To do list: check out these events happening in Richmond this February

Harvest Greenu2019s Chef Fest is a farm-to-table food festival that features the works of 10 local area culinary artists.

Harvest Greenu2019s Chef Fest is a farm-to-table food festival that features the works of 10 local area culinary artists.

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Make a Chocolate Valentine at George Ranch


Feb. 10

George Ranch Historical Park brings visitors back in time to the Victorian era for Valentine’s Day. Guests can enjoy samples of chocolates and create their own Victorian V-Day card. Free with $15 general admission. 10215 FM 762. 281-343-0218. www.georgeranch.org





Attend a substance abuse awareness fundraiser


Feb. 22

The Fort Bend Regional Council on Substance Abuse Inc. hosts its Ninth Annual Helen Cordes Award Dinner. All funds benefit the organization’s programs. 6:30-9:30 p.m. $100. Stafford Centre, 10505 Cash Road, Stafford. www.fortbendcouncil.org





Celebrate Chinese Lunar New Year


FeB. 25


Fort Bend County Libraries will hold a free Lantern Festival 2-4 p.m. Feb. 25 that will feature a dragon and lion dance at 2:30 p.m.  Craft stations and games will also be included.1001 Golfview. 281-342-4455. www.fortbend.lib.tx.us







Experience ’Another Night Out’ at Constellation Field


Feb. 23


Parks Youth Ranch raises awareness for homeless children. High school juniors and seniors can experience the struggles of homelessness. 6 p.m.-7 a.m. $20. Constellation Field, 1 Stadium Drive, Sugar Land. www.parksyouthranch.org







Explore the Brazos Cultural Heritage Festival


March 3

The Brazos Cultural Heritage Festival will take pace March 3 at Decker Park. Experience live heritage dances, crafts, music, food trucks and more. 10 a.m.-2 p.m. 501 Preston Street. 281-342-6478. www.fortbendmuseum.org





Check out Chef Fest


March 4


Harvest Green’s Chef Fest is a farm-to-table food festival. Sample the works of up to 10 local chefs and enjoy interactive cooking demonstrations, live music and more. Noon-4 p.m. Tickets start at $75. 8939 Harlem Road, Richmond. www.cheffesthouston.com






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