To-Do List: Events and things to do in the Lake Houston area in March


Your guide for events, meetings and more taking place in the Lake Houston area in March and April.

March 15-16
Attend a plant sale

Mercer Botanic Gardens hosts a plant sale, where it will offer a large selection of plants as well as experts from local organizations to provide gardening ideas and information. Free. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. March 15, 8 a.m.-4 p.m. March 16
22306 Aldine Westfield Road, Humble. 713-274-4160.

Worth the trip
March 16
Attend Houston’s St. Patrick’s Day parade

The Houston St. Patrick’s Parade Commission hosts the 60th annual Houston St. Patrick’s Parade. A final parade route was not announced before press time. Free. Noon. Downtown Houston.

Celebrate the beginning of the spring season

The East Montgomery County Improvement District hosts its annual Spring Extravaganza, which will feature rides, games, crafts and candy. 5-8 p.m. Free. East Montgomery County Improvement District, 21575 Hwy. 59, Ste. 200, New Caney. 281-354-4419.

March 30
Watch a violin performance in Humble

Violinist Rob Landes performs at the Charles Bender Performing Arts Center, where he will play a variety of different arrangements of popular music. 7 p.m. $15. Charles Bender Performing Arts Center, 611 Higgins St., Humble.

April 4
Register to vote

Residents who plan to vote in the May 4 election must register to vote by April 4. There are three city of Humble positions up for election, including the mayor’s seat and two council positions. There are three Humble ISD board of trustee positions up for election. Information on how to register can be found at

April 6
Attend an annual festival

The city of Humble hosts its annual festival Good Oil Days, which celebrates the city’s history in the oil industry. Residents who attend the festival can peruse booths set up by local businesses. Free. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Main Street, Humble. 281-446-4140.

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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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