New Year’s Eve celebrations and other things to know in Spring and Klein, Dec. 28-Jan. 2


Cypress Creek Foundation for the Arts and Community Enrichment hosts a musical performance this weekend and local jazz venue Martini Blu hosts a New Year’s Eve party. Here are a few things to know this weekend and early next week as 2018 begins.

New Year’s Eve show planned, Dec. 31

Cypress Creek Foundation for the Arts and Community Enrichment hosts John Mueller’s Winter Dance Party at Klein Cain High School Auditorium. During the show, John Mueller and his band perform covers of hit songs from the 1950s. 8 p.m. $45-$75. Klein Cain High School, 10201 Spring Cypress Road, Houston. 281-440-4850.

New Year’s Eve jazz party, Dec. 31

Martini Blu hosts a a New Years party with a performance by Paul Rogers and The Natural Change Band. 7 p.m.  $50-$75. Martini Blu, 5060 FM 1960 W., Houston. 832-965-5580.

New bills take effect, Jan. 1

Twenty-six bills drafted and passed during the 85th regular legislative session take effect. One such bill is Senate Bill 5, which provides voters with more options for forms of identification when voting. View a full list of the bills at the sessions section of the Legislative Reference Library’s website,

Harris County offices closed, Jan. 1

Harris County offices are closed for New Year’s on Jan. 1 and will reopen Jan. 2.

Local author presentation, Jan. 2

Friends and Neighbors of FM 1960 hosts local author James Mikel Wilson, who will discuss his book, “The Big Sleepover at the White House.” The book tells of the nearly three weeks Winston Churchill stayed at the White House while visiting President Franklin D. Roosevelt. 9:30 a.m. Free. Northwoods Presbyterian Church, 3320 FM 1960 W.

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Zac Ezzone
Zac Ezzone began his career as a journalist in northeast Ohio, where he freelanced for a statewide magazine and local newspaper. In April 2017, he moved from Ohio to Texas to join Community Impact Newspaper. He worked as a reporter for the Spring-Klein edition for more than a year before becoming the editor of the Lake Houston-Humble-Kingwood edition.
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