Walks, Halloween Town and other weekend events in Sugar Land and Missouri City

The first day of fall is Sept. 21.

The first day of fall is Sept. 21.

Multiple events are happening around Sugar Land and Missouri City in anticipation of Halloween. Here are a couple of suggestions:

Saturday, Oct. 29


Harvest Craft Fair

The event features unique hand-crafted art, jewelry, candles, pottery, woodworking and clothes. Vendors representing companies including The Pampered Chef, Scentsy Candles, Wreath Decor and More, Mary Kay Cosmetics, and Tupperware will also attend. The fair also features a silent auction, bake sale and makeshift food court selling boxed lunches. The free event takes place 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at Sugar Land First United Methodist Church, 431 Eldridge Road, Sugar Land. 281-491-4887. www.sugarlandmethodist.org/harvest-craft-fair

2016 Tricks and Treats in the Park

Sponsored by the city of Missouri City, the celebration allows children to get in their trick-or-treating early. The free event begins with the Monster Mile Fun Run at 4:30 p.m., followed by the Tricks & Treats Trail from 5-7 p.m. Runners in the Monster Mile will receive a free t-shirt as long as supplies last. Other features include a petting zoo, moonwalks, a pumpkin patch photo station, games and candy. Buffalo Run Park, 1122 Buffalo Run Blvd., Missouri City. 281-403-8637. www.missouricitytx.gov

Sunday, Oct. 30


Sienna Plantation Community Farmer’s Market

In partnership with SweetNes Honey, Sienna Plantation will host its first community market at the Train Depot parking lot, located at 9600 Scanlan Trace, Missouri City, from 1-5 p.m. Booths will feature produce from local growers Peas Farm, Frobergís Farms and Blessington Farms as well as meats from Shriner Pork and Bison Meat Guy.

Other vendors will showcase items including SweetNes Honey, Great Harvest Bread Company baked goods, brining liquids from FIT Brines and Salsa Works. 281-778-7777. www.siennaplantation.com.

Halloween Town

Hosted by the city of Sugar Land, attendees can visit with Halloween characters and play games at the annual event in Sugar Land Town Square. A costume contest will be held and all costumes are asked to be family-friendly.

The free event runs from 4-8 p.m. at 2711 Plaza Drive, Sugar Land. A shuttle will run between 3:30-8:30 p.m. from Mercer Stadium, 16403 Lexington Blvd., Sugar Land. 281-275-2885. www.sugarlandtx.gov/halloweentown
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