TO-DO LIST: 7 Katy-area events in June, July

 Fulshear Farmer's Market
Buy fresh produce June 27 at the Fulshear Farmer's Market. (Courtesy Fulshear Farmer's Market)

Buy fresh produce June 27 at the Fulshear Farmer's Market. (Courtesy Fulshear Farmer's Market)

Here is your local guide for events, meetings, activities and more in June and July.

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June 18

Network in the community

Red Lion Realty will host a networking event open to the public at Bar Louie. This event takes place monthly on every third Thursday. Masks are optional, but there will be a limited number of people at each table. 5:30-7:30 p.m. Free entry. 2707 Commercial Center Blvd., Bldg. M, Katy. 832-646-2886.

June 20

Join a live music show

Katy Food Vibes: Real Food Real Entertainment will host a DJ night while observing social distancing on June 20. The event venue will cap access at 50% capacity. All employees will wear masks. 9 p.m.-midnight. Free entry. 24757 Katy Freeway, Katy. 832-437-2807.

June 25

Experience art

The Art Museum TX is hosting a reception to introduce Paola Isola’s photography highlighting the Katy rice dryers. Free. 6-9 p.m. 2717 Commercial Center Blvd., Ste. D150, Katy.

June 27

Buy fresh produce

The Fulshear Farmer’s Market offers organically grown fruit and vegetables, grass-fed beef, eggs, salsas, cold-pressed juices and local honey every Saturday. Vendors also sell coffee, plants, soaps and toiletries. 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Free entry. 9035 Bois D’Arc Lane, Fulshear. 713-703-4129.

June 27

Learn to manage adversity

Aloft Hotel is hosting The Power of Hope conference featuring six speakers: LaSandra Collins, Eleanor Ward, Evarista Burroughs, Melanie Bazile, Michelle Saxton and Camillia Reed. $25. 25330 Kingsland Blvd., Katy. 281-688-2555.

July 1

Learn self-defense

Precision Yoga and Fitness will teach offensive and defensive techniques to defend against physical and verbal threats. Topics covered include counter home invasion, tactical firearms training as well as hand versus knife, stick and gun. 8 p.m. $25. 15015 Westheimer Road, Ste. J, Houston. 281-606-0905.

July 10

Go to a live music show

The Wildcatter Saloon will host David Allan Coe, an American singer and songwriter. The event for age 21 and older will have tables available for reservation. 6-11:30 p.m. $15 (early bird tickets), $25 (general admission). 26913 Katy Freeway, Katy. 281-392-2337.
By Nola Valente
A native Texan, Nola serves as reporter for the Katy edition of Community Impact Newspaper. She studied print journalism at the University of Houston and French at the University of Paris-Sorbonne in France. Nola was previously a foreign correspondent in Jerusalem, Israel covering Middle East news through an internship with an American news outlet.


L1 Foot and Bodyworks is now open at 23112 Cinco Ranch Blvd., Katy. (Courtesy L1 Foot and Bodyworks)
L1 Foot and Bodyworks now open in Katy

The business offers Swedish massages, deep-tissue massages and reflexology as well as a variety of combination packages.

There are more than 400 board games available to play at Battlehops Brewing. (Morgan Theophil/Community Impact Newspaper)
Family-owned business brings beer, board games to Katy

Most people who walk into Battlehops Brewing in Old Katy say they have never seen so many board games in one place.

Maverick Remodeling and Construction employees use electronic gauges to determine how well a League City house that flooded from bust pipes is drying. (Jake Magee/Community Impact Newspaper)
Freeze-damaged homes might qualify for property tax reduction

As of March 31, HCAD said it had only received about 150 applications for the exemption.

Money to begin the Wallis Street project was approved by voters in November as part of Fort Bend County’s $218.2 million mobility bond. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
Fort Bend County transportation bond to fund ‘unique’ downtown Fulshear project

To improve mobility in downtown Fulshear for both cars and pedestrians, the city, along with Fort Bend County, is working to convert Wallis and Main streets into a one-way pair.

As part of President Joe Biden’s plan to reopen schools safely nationwide, the department’s National School Lunch Program Seamless Summer Option is being expanded beyond the summertime. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
USDA extends free school meals provision through 2021-22 school year

Schools nationwide will be able to serve nutritious meals to all students free of charge regardless of eligibility through June 30, 2022, officials announced.

The Houston-area wing restaurant will open a location in Katy at 22762 Westheimer Parkway this summer. (Courtesy Big City Wings)
Big City Wings location coming to Katy this summer

Big City Wings will offer a variety of wings, burgers, sandwiches, salads, beer, and other drink and menu options.

Caroline Bordelon's son Caleb, 9, lives with autism. Caleb is nonverbal and has eloped from home many times. Upon learning about the Take Me Home program, Caroline immediately registered Caleb and said the program is greatly needed and gives her peace and comfort for her family. (Courtesy Hope For Three)
Fort Bend County program provides emergency assistance to residents with cognitive disabilities

A new program run through the Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office is designed to give people with cognitive disabilities special assistance if they are found alone or in times of emergency.

Hurricane Harvey hit the Houston region in 2017. (Vanessa Holt/Community Impact Newspaper)
How Harris County residents can prepare for hurricane season

After the most active hurricane season on record in 2020, Harris County officials said residents should be prepared for the upcoming season starting June 1.

Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo speaks at an April 19 press conference at a mass-vaccination site at NRG Park. (Screenshot courtesy Facebook Live).
Harris County accepting walk-ins for vaccine at NRG Park

As demand for vaccines has fallen, officials are looking for ways to make them more accessible.

Katy Wines and Spirits will be have a variety of wines and will carry liquor and other options. (Courtesy Creative Commons)
Katy Wines and Spirits coming soon to area

Katy Wines and Spirits will open a location at 5901 Highway Blvd., Katy, this summer.