This fall, Conroe and Montgomery community members can enjoy their time with events such as fall festivals, trick-or-treating and shopping.

’90s Fall Fest

Texas Star Propane & Texas Star Power is presenting a ’90s-themed music festival with artists Diamond Rio, Pam Tillis, Mark Willis, Andy Griggs, Doug Stone and Ricochet.
  • Sept. 30, 2 p.m.
  • $39-$49 (general admission), $200 (VIP)
  • Montgomery County Fairgrounds, 9201 Airport Road, Conroe
The Library Friends of Conroe annual book sale

The Library Friends of Conroe is hosting its annual book sale, featuring fiction and nonfiction books as well as a variety of children’s and young adult books. Specialty and collectable books will also be available. Only cash and checks with identification will be accepted for payment.
  • Oct. 5, 4-8 p.m.; Oct. 6, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; Oct. 7, 9 a.m.-noon
  • $0.25-$1 (per book)
  • Montgomery County Central Library, 104 I-45 N., Conroe
The Great Pumpkin Shoot

Cowboy Kia is hosting its eighth annual The Great Pumpkin Shoot, which will benefit homebound seniors in Montgomery County. There will be sporting clay events that include breakfast, lunch, clays, ammunition and a team golf cart.Montgomery Quilt Walk

Old Methodist Church is partnering with the Montgomery Quilt Walk to provide a display of dozens of quilts in Montgomery. There will also be vendors, a quilt raffle and demonstrations.Community Assistance Center 16th annual Duck Race

The Community Assistance Center hosts an annual duck race to benefit its programs and services with 10,000 rubber ducks racing down the lazy river at Margaritaville Lake Resort. Every person sponsoring a duck has a chance at winning prizes, including $1,000 in cash.Angel Reach Road Rally & Scavenger Hunt

Angel Reach, a nonprofit organization that provides resources for youth aging out of foster care, will host a scavenger ride hunt to collect essentials to fill a welcome trunk. This event will span about an hour and a half and will conclude with beverages, snacks and games to enjoy. Those who only wish to attend the final stop are welcome to join.
  • Oct. 7, 3:30 p.m.
  • $25 (final stop admission), $250 (scavenger hunt per vehicle registration)
  • The Owen Theater parking lot, 225 Metcalf St., Conroe (starting location); The B52 Brewery, 12470 Milroy Lane, Conroe (final stop)
Sip & Shop at The Lake House

The Lake House in Grand Central Park will host a Sip & Shop event with over 100 vendors selling jewelry, boutique clothing, art, gourmet food, furniture and decorations. Attendees can shop while enjoying wine, beer and treats from food trucks. Free parking is available at 336 Marketplace, and a shuttle will take shoppers to The Lake House.North Houston Moms Fall into Fun Fest

North Houston Moms is hosting its first Fall into Fun Fest, featuring on-stage entertainment, a DJ, a rock wall, a trackless train, a bounce house, balloon twisters, face painting, food trucks and local vendors.Historic Montgomery trick-or-treating

Historic Montgomery’s fall event returns, inviting children to its trick-or-treating event with a costume competition, candy, vendors and a haunted house. The events will be held throughout downtown.Chili cook-off

The Lake Conroe Centennial and Montgomery lions clubs will host their annual chili cook-off to support the Texas Lions Camp, which has served over 70,000 kids with disabilities since its inception in 1949. Cookoff teams can register until Oct. 21. Cook-off teams are needed, and the event is open to the public to sample the chili.
  • Oct. 28, 8 a.m.-1 p.m. (cooking), 11:30 a.m. (public entry)
  • $5 (tasting cup and spoon for the public), $150 (cooking team fee)
  • Breakwater Grille, 13109 Melville Drive, Montgomery
  • 832-643-5854