If you live in the Kingwood, Houston area and like gardening, take the Public Garden Tour at Mercer Arboretum. Tours are held the third Saturday of each month through May 21, 2011. Tour times are from 9:00am to 10:30am. Join in the fun and exploration with a Mercer staff member for an educational and lively Continue reading
Not only did Yelba sing, dance and play the guitar at last Friday night’s Keller Williams concert at Kings Harbor, she took the crowd on a musical tour of Latin America. She was joined by her husband Roy Heaton on bass guitar, Jerry Sanchez on keyboard, Vernon Daniels on drums and Yankar Gonzalez on trombone. Continue reading
Keller William Realty Northeast Senior Team Leader Lisa Dempsey has announced the agent award winners for the Keller Williams Realty Northeast Market Center for the month of September 2010. The top Listing Agent of the Month is Anne Vickery. The winner of Listing Team of the Month is The Duhon Team of Donna and Roland Continue reading
Last week, the Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott gave 30 mortgage banking and servicing institutions until this Friday (Oct. 15) to respond to a request for information about their foreclosure processes.
A letter was issued by Abbott’s office on Oct. 5 causing concern in the real estate industry when it called for the banks to “suspend all foreclosures, all sales of properties previously foreclosed upon, and all evictions of persons residing in previously foreclosed upon properties.” In addition, the attorney general’s office asked the lenders to take eight steps to correct possible past mistakes in mortgage documentation practices.
Latin artist Yelba will perform at the free Keller Williams Concert Series at Kings Harbor in Kingwood on Friday, October 15 from 7-10 p.m. The Nicaraguan-born vocalist and guitar player will be accompanied by Yelba’s Variety Band, which was nominated “Best Latin Band Traditional” by the Houston Press Music Awards 2010. The band has a varied repertoire, including Top 40, Rock, R & B, and Jazz in addition to Latin music.
Kelly McGuire’s brought his blend of tropical songs and storytelling to Kings Harbor last Friday night. The award-winning songwriter from Clear Lake entertained a large, enthusiastic crowd which enjoyed a warm, breezy evening at the free Keller Williams Summer Send Off Concert.
“Is it as beautiful as this all the time in Kingwood?” McGuire asked the crowd. “Now I know why all these Clear Lake people are moving up to Kingwood!”
Keller Williams Realty Northeast is giving area residents a final taste of summer with two free upcoming concerts at Kings Harbor on Lake Houston in Kingwood.
The first is tomorrow night Aug. 20 from 7- 10 p.m. featuring Kelly McGuire and his band. McGuire is an award-winning singer and songwriter whose music has been inspired by the tropical sound of Jimmy Buffet. McGuire’s musical style ranges from country to calypso to folk and rock.
Texas A & M University quarterback Jerrod Johnson will be the featured speaker at the East Houston Chapter of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) annual banquet. The event will take place on April 9 at 7 p.m. at the Humble Area First Baptist Church at FM 1960 and Townsen Blvd, Humble.
Johnson was a standout football player at Humble High School and the 2005 Houston Touchdown Club Offensive Player of the Year. His father Larry Johnson, who died in 2007, was a coach and principal at HHS and also played football for Texas A & M.
The Doug Erdy Team from Keller Williams Realty Northeast has announced that their 6th annual charity golf tournament will benefit the Blue Star Mothers, a service organization of parents whose children are in the U.S. Armed Forces.
The four person scramble tournament will be held on Aug. 16 at The Clubs of Kingwood with a 9 a.m. shotgun start. Entry fee is $125 for one golfer or $500 for a team of four. A military discount is available. In addition to great golf, the entry fee includes an on-course box lunch and a sit-down dinner awards ceremony with a silent auction.
Keller Williams kicked off the rodeo season with their Let’s Rodeo Concert at Kings Harbor last Friday night. Pitt’s & Spitt’s started the fun at 6:30 p.m. by serving up their famous barbecue out of their trailer parked on the Harbor Plaza. Kingwood resident Berry Madden of Pitt’s & Spitt’s led the cooking crew which included everyone’s favorite hardware man Rick Alspaugh, who got into the act flipping burgers.