Crafts, food carts and line dancing: 5 things to do in Conroe and Montgomery, Nov. 2-4

Weekend things to do, eat and see in Conroe and Montgomery include food trucks, fundraisers and hot dogs.

Weekend things to do, eat and see in Conroe and Montgomery include food trucks, fundraisers and hot dogs.

1. Eat treats at food carts
Nov. 2

Montgomery Original Snoballs hosts Food Truck Friday, with Divine Dogs serving hot dogs and donating 10 percent of the day's sales. 11 a.m.-7 p.m. 14460 Liberty St., Montgomery. 832-334-2982. Learn more here.

2. Learn to line dance
Nov. 2

OwlGals Natural Health & Boutique hosts Friday night line dancing. 6-8 p.m. 10461 Commerce Row, Montgomery. 936-276-0533. Learn more here.

3. Join a benefit for breast cancer
Nov. 3

As November is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the city of Conroe hosts a benefit for Tarha Chaney, who was diagnosed with cancer in August 2017. The event includes live and silent auctions, a cornhole tournament ($30 registration fee), and a raffle. 12-7 p.m. Advance tickets are $10, including a fajita plate. Tut's Bar & Grill, 711 Madeley, Conroe. Call Greg Wells at 936-242-5888 for more information.

4. Stop by a craft show
Nov. 3

The 10th annual holiday Canton in Conroe craft show has a multitude of vendors, food, performers and raffles. 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Free. Wilkinson Elementary School, 2575 Ed Kharbat Drive, Conroe. Learn more here.

5. Visit more market vendors
Nov. 3

Homemade, handmade and homegrown artisanal goods and concessions will be available from local vendors at the Lone Star First Saturday. 9 a.m.-2 p.m. 14420 Liberty St., Montgomery. Learn more here.
By Jules Rogers

Originally from the Pacific Northwest, Jules Rogers has been covering community journalism and urban trade news since 2014. She moved to Houston in June 2018 to become an editor with Community Impact Newspaper after four years of reporting for various newspapers affiliated with the Portland Tribune in Oregon, including two years at the Portland Business Tribune. Before that, Jules spent time reporting for the Grants Pass Daily Courier in Southern Oregon. Her favorite beats to cover are business, economic development and urban planning.


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