It’s officially December and we can’t believe 2018 is almost over. But, as we draw near, we have tasked ourselves to find endless entertainment options for you and your family. From dazzling lights at Constellation Field to cookies with Santa and Christmas in the park, read our guide and learn about some of the coolest things to do this holiday season that will keep you warm throughout the season.
Join us in celebrating the start of the season at the fifth annual Sugar Land Holiday Lights presented by Imperial Sugar from November 23 to January 1. This sparkling wonderland features more than 2.5 million lights and numerous themed displays at Constellation Field. You can also squeeze in some holiday shopping with a variety of vendors. Plus, enjoy great food, and snap a photo with Santa.
Spark your curiosity at George Ranch Historical Park this year by exploring what Christmas was like over 100 years ago? You will learn what the customs and decorations were like from the 1830s to the 1930s. As you soak yourself up with fascinating historical information, make sure to swing by the 1860s Ryon Prairie Home for Christmas treats. If you can’t get enough of this joyous event visit Santa’s temporary workshop at the 1930s “Bach House.” Lastly, don’t skip out on the park’s special holiday activity classes from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
It’s the most magical time of the year and Sugar Land Town Square is hosting Travis High School Orchestra to bring your favorite holiday tunes on December 13, from 6:30-8:30 pm.
Are you visiting Sugar Land for the holidays? Check out the all-new Lawn at First Colony Mall between the Cheesecake Factory and Grimaldi’s Pizzeria. It’s vibrant and ready for new memories to be built with your loved ones. Bring a blanket and catch some movie classics at The Lawn this month.
Mark your calendar for upcoming shows:
Sunday, December 16: 1:00 p.m.: Toy Story 2
Wednesday, December 19: 12:35 p.m.: Christmas With The Kranks
Saturday, December 22: 2:25 p.m.: The Nightmare Before Christmas
The countdown for 2019 is on at the George Ranch New Year’s Eve Historical Bash! Join us for a historical mask and noisemaking craft session. In addition, learn the dos and don’ts of “first-footing,” a tradition meant to bring luck and prosperity to the household for the New Year. Join is on the noon countdown at the 1830s Jones Stock Farm followed by a special New Year’s Eve meal at 12:30 p.m. in the yard of the 1930s George Home.
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