Of all of the dry cleaning companies that I have used over the years, Avalon Dry Cleaners stands out as the best. Not only do the clothes come out looking perfect every time, but their customer service is top-notch too.
In addition to their special promotions and dry cleaning coupons, we have benefitted from their integrity. When Jonathan has left things in his pockets or had a broken button, they took care of it right away, without charge and without complaint.
Everyone there is always ready with a smile and a helping hand – Avalon has a 24-hour drop-off bin, will bring your clothes out to your car when it’s done, and even has a FREE pick-up/delivery service to your home! They will text you when your clothes are ready, have a mobile app to schedule pick up and delivery, and offer same-day service.
There is no place better!
Avalon Dry Cleaners
23010 Seven Meadows Parkway
Suite D — Katy, TX 77494
Monday-Friday – 7 AM – 7 PM
Saturday – 8 AM – 5 PM
Sunday – Closed
This past Saturday, we attended The Real Craftwives of Katy EXPO at the Firethorne Clubhouse. We met many amazing business owners and found lots of treasures along the way!
Carina enjoyed getting her face painted and trying her first snow cone.
Blizzard Blaster Shaved Ice | Colorful Creations by Lori Rizzo
This picture does not do my new necklace justice. It is so sparkly, and I know that it will become a favorite go-to piece. Linda Davis
I absolutely love this mosaic bowl handmade by Joan VerSteeg. It is unique and adds an eclectic touch to my home.
Carina has been interested in adding some decorations to her room. When we saw Sarah Coin’s colorful display, we knew that we had to have this Rainbow Tassel Banner!
I had never heard of Chloe+Isabel before Saturday, but I am glad to have met Kristin Luttrell and look forward to receiving our purchase in the mail!
Carina was attracted to this bright display and has already worn her new pink-purple-red creation. Almost Famous Tyedye
On Sunday, we took it easy at home and enjoyed a walk near the lake.
The ducks are always so fun to see and play with!
I hope that you all have a great week!
We attended this event in April, and Carina had a great time. We are excited to check out the new vendors and see some favorites, like Gym Station, Caroline Iris Photography, and more!
This event is designed to promote small at-home businesses in the Katy area. There will be over 65 booths set up inside and outside the Firethorne Community Clubhouse. From refurbished furniture, jewelry, and clothing…to photography, local art, and cake decorating, there will be something for everyone at this fun event!
See you there!
THIS Saturday, October 4th
Firethorne Community Clubhouse
28800 South Firethorne Road, Katy, TX
Visit https://www.facebook.com/TheRealCraftwivesofKaty for more information.
Katy Mom EXPO
September 19-20, 2014
Friday 10am-3pm & Saturday 10am-4pm
Leonard E. Merrell Center
6301 S. Stadium Lane
Katy, TX 77494
The EXPO will be featuring a fascinating display of sponsors and vendors, both local and national, representing “mom-needs” products and services.
Here is a press release from the Communications Department for Katy Independent School District regarding the $748 million bond package that has been recommended by the Katy ISD Bond Committee:
July 21, 2014
It was standing room only tonight at the Board of Trustees Work Study Meeting as more than a hundred community members attended to support the Katy ISD Bond Committee’s presentation recommending a $748 million bond package to include new campuses and student activity facilities, district-wide renovations, technology retrofits, and safety and security updates, among other items.
“Katy is a magnet for families from all over the nation because of its successful schools, communities and businesses. We know this area is going to continue growing and with it, the District too,” said Katy ISD Bond Committee Chair Keith Carmichael. “Managing growth and planning for the future is a priority we cannot underestimate or ignore, and this Bond Committee recognizes this.”
For nearly four months, more than 200 Katy parents, seniors, students and other residents came together to form the Bond Committee to review more than a hundred projects, study the District’s Long-Range Facilities Plan, assess enrollment projections and even tour campuses currently slated for renovation to determine the District’s current and future needs.
On July 16, the Committee reached a consensus on a $748 million bond which could potentially result in a one cent tax rate increase.
The Board of Trustees will have until August 18 to consider the Bond Committee’s recommendation, as well as call for a November 4, 2014 bond election, if approved.
Bond Committee Chair Keith Carmichael, Katy ISD Board President Bryan Michalsky and Superintendent Frailey will address questions from media regarding the proposed bond package on Tuesday, July 22 during the Media Roundtable from 2:30 – 3:30 pm at the Katy ISD Education Support Complex (6301 S. Stadium Lane).
For more information, visit www.katyisd.org/sites/bonds.