Something to Chew On

Lake Jackson Historical Museum 249 Circle Way, Lake Jackson, Texas

On the third Thursday of every month from 12-1 PM, join the Lake Jackson Historical Museum for an enticing history lesson during your lunch break. Admission is $10. Add on a boxed lunch for $12, or you are welcome to bring your own. All lunch orders MUST be placed by the Tuesday before the event. […]


Planetarium Show

Center for the Arts & Sciences 400 College Blvd., Clute, TX, United States

Features a 30-foot dome equipped with a Spitz Star Ball projector to produce the night sky as it appears to the naked eye, together with a large variety of high tech equipment to give a close- up feel for things like comets, exploding stars, and black holes.

$3.00 – $5.00

Xtreme Hummingbird Xtravaganza

Gulf Coast Bird Observatory 299 W. Hwy. 332, Lake Jackson, Texas

Taking place at the peak of hummingbird migration, XHX is a once a year opportunity to see these amazing birds up close. You'll see the thumb-sized hummers dart in and out of nectar-producing flowers like lantana, trumpet-vine, and honeysuckle, or spy them sipping nectar at feeders hanging from tree limbs and building awnings. Watch as […]

Texas Adopt-A-Beach Clean-Up

Surfside Jetty Park 101 Parkview Road, Surfside, TX, United States

Volunteers gather at 9 a.m. in Surfside at Surfside Jetty Park for a general beach clean-up. Dress for the weather and bring along some water. Supplies provided. Free meal afterward. For more information, call 979-864-1541.  


Alden B. Dow Office Museum Tour

Alden B. Dow Office 101 S. Parking Place, Lake Jackson, TX

Witness the restored mid-century architectural beauty of Alden B. Dow’s 1943 office in downtown Lake Jackson. Learn all about the city’s beginnings and the indelible mark that A.B. Dow left as the principal architect of Lake Jackson. Free admission. Open from 10 AM - 4 PM.


The Vaquero: The First American Cowboy Exhibit

Alden B. Dow Office 101 S. Parking Place, Lake Jackson, TX

The Lake Jackson Historical Museum is excited to bring The Vaquero: The First American Cowboy to the Alden B. Dow Office Museum. Learn about the cultural evolution of Mexican vaqueros and the influence they've had over Texan life, including here in Lake Jackson! The exhibit will be supplemented with photographs from our collection that detail […]