Cypress Creek Foundation for the Arts and Community Enrichment marks 25th anniversary

The nonprofit organization hosts and organizes musical performances from local and national artists. (Courtesy Cypress Creek FACE)
The nonprofit organization hosts and organizes musical performances from local and national artists. (Courtesy Cypress Creek FACE)

The nonprofit organization hosts and organizes musical performances from local and national artists. (Courtesy Cypress Creek FACE)

The Cypress Creek Foundation for the Arts and Community Enrichment is celebrating its 25th performance season during fall 2021 and spring 2022. The nonprofit organization hosts and organizes musical performances from local and national artists.

The first Cypress Creek FACE concert was held in November 1997 as part of the organization’s Star-Lit! series. Other series from Cypress Creek FACE include the Promenade series and the free children's series.

While several performances are still scheduled for the remaining portion of the organization’s 2021-22 season, the ongoing coronavirus pandemic has postponed multiple shows.

“We want to thank you for being there with us [during the pandemic],” Executive Director Nanci Decker said in a Feb. 4 email to the community. “We know it hasn’t been easy to have performances postponed. The artists are balancing their health safety with their desire to earn a living. It’s tough for all of us. I am excited to see that [this] spring ... is looking up.”

Cypress Creek FACE's office is located at 6450 Louetta Road, Ste. 200, Spring, while the performances are held at various local venues.



For a full list of upcoming performances, click here. 281-440-4850. www.cypresscreekface.org

By Emily Lincke

Reporter, Spring/Klein & Lake Houston/Humble/Kingwood

Emily joined Community Impact Newspaper in August 2021 after working for a small town newspaper in El Campo, TX for two years. Before that, she interned and freelanced for the Houston Chronicle and worked as a freelance photographer and writer in the Houston area. A controversial fact about Emily is that she prefers sugar cookies over chocolate chip cookies. She graduated with a print journalism degree from the University of Houston in 2018.