5 Katy events to attend Nov. 27-28

One event to attend this weekend is the Farmers Market at LaCenterra. (Photo courtesy Canva)
One event to attend this weekend is the Farmers Market at LaCenterra. (Photo courtesy Canva)

One event to attend this weekend is the Farmers Market at LaCenterra. (Photo courtesy Canva)

Looking for something fun to do in Katy? Check out one of these events this weekend!

Nov. 27-29: Light Park

The Light Park is an electric holiday light show featuring millions of lights synchronized to a festive mix of Christmas music. 5:30-11 p.m. $35 (per vehicle). Typhoon Texas Waterpark parking lot, 555 Katy Fort Bend Road, Katy. http://thelightpark.com

Nov. 27: The Farmers Market on Grand Parkway

This farmers market features locally-grown produce, locally-raised meats, farm fresh eggs, artisan crafts, handmade breads and baked goods, handmade soaps, jams and jellies, spices, snacks, herbs, flowers, plants, and more. 8 a.m.-noon. Free (admission). 1225 Grand Parkway, Katy. www.farmersmarketongrandparkway.com


Nov. 27: MKT's Fourth Annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony and Small Business Saturday

This fourth annual event will feature local vendors selling goods as well as a tree lighting around 6:45 pm. Live music will be played by Darrell Wayne and food trucks will have food for sale. 4-8 p.m. Free (admission). 5373 1st St., Katy. 833-658-1870. www.mktdistillery.com

Nov. 27: Katy Farmers Market

Held every Saturday, the Katy Farmers Market aims to provide the community a space to gather, learn and grow while patrons have the opportunity to support small businesses. 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Free. 9930 Gaston Road, Katy. www.katyfarmersmarket.org

Nov. 28: Farmers Market at LaCenterra

There will be local vendors and artisans at Heritage Square selling honey, cheese, fresh eggs, seasonal vegetables and more. 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Free (admission). 23501 Cinco Ranch Blvd., Katy. www.lacenterra.com/event/Farmers-Market/2145549804/

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