Having previously lived in Pennsylvania, where many people dreamed of owning a Toll Brothers new home, it was exciting to see them entering the Katy, Texas home market!
The Reserve at Katy will be opening in Fall 2012 and marketing homes that start in the $400,000’s on 180 acres located by Woodcreek Bend Lane and Morgan Parkway.
Among their many accolades, Toll Brothers was also awarded 2011 Builder of the Year by the Texas Association of Builders. To obtain more information about The Reserve at Katy go to www.tollbrothers.com/TX/The_Reserve_at_Katy.
This business is truly created from the heart. The mission of this organization is stated as follows:
“To value all life as we work daily to represent Christ’s love in the flesh.
To provide a stable, secure environment where families can learn the importance, as well as the joy, value and benefits of physically playing together.
To educate the community of the beauty of true diversity of mind, body and spirit in all aspects of life.”
The Creator’s Kids will offer classes and teams for ages 5-13, as well as supervised socials and teams for ages 14-21. Its goal is to be inclusive of all individuals despite diversity, and is initially directed towards children that are home-schooled. However, this program may be utilized by area schools. A sampling of the classes are art, music, and home economics. The clubs will include drama, vocal and creative dance.
Founders, Lisa and Brian Goff, are the parents of three adopted special needs children.
Houston-based author, Joe Sutton, will read his new children’s book, “Wanda and the Oblahlahs,” during story time at Learning Express in Katy on Wednesday, November 16. Based on a story he dreamed up for his children, the resourceful father, then a U.S. Army Colonel, realized an effective way to get his message across to his children was to tell the girls stories with carefully disguised lessons.
Story time includes singing songs for toddlers and pre-school children.
Sutton will donate the proceeds of book sales to Children at Risk. The action-focused non-profit organization is dedicated to improving the quality of life of Texas’ children through strategic research, community education, collaboration, and advocacy.
Zest in the West is a three-day event that celebrates food, beer and wine in west Houston. Zest in the West is in its fourth year of supporting the West Houston Leadership Institute and The Houston West Chamber of Commerce. The Grand Zesting hosts a live and silent auction to raise money for scholarships to the institute. The two day Zestival is an outdoor event for family and friends featuring Live Music, Food Trucks, Wine & Beer sampling, and a Kidz Zone.
Thursday, October 20, 2011
Hilton Houston Westchase
9999 Westheimer Road
Tickets are $45 for general admission and $75 for VIP entry.
Saturday, October 22, 2011
Sunday, October 23, 2011
The Great Indoors Front Lot
10496 Katy Freeway in Houston
Tickets are $15 for general admission and $35 for VIP entry.
Children 12 and under are free.
Parking is free in the surrounding Great Indoors parking lot.