From everyone at Imperial and The Farmer’s Market at Imperial!
Enchanted Nurseries and Landscaping has graciously agreed to contribute 10% of each Christmas Tree sold the weekend after Thanksgiving, November 24th & 25th to the Ft. Bend Children’s Discovery Center!
Purchase your tree at one of their two locations or order your tree and pay for it that weekend and pick it up later!
Enchanted Forest – 10611 FM 2759 Richmond, TX 77469 (281) 937-9449
Enchanted Gardens – 6420 FM 359 Richmond, TX 77406 (281) 341-1206
Happy November! Come out to the Farmer’s Market at Imperial this weekend and be sure to stop by Texas Hill Country and pick up some of their famous olive oil – they are our Featured Vendor this week and provided us with the Featured Recipe! Find us on Facebook and let us know your favorite ways to use Texas Hill Country’s olive oil!
Have you missed seeing Aerial photos of the progress at Imperial? Wait no longer and check out the new pics!
The Children’s Museum of Houston hashad a presence in Fort Bend County for years. Now the museum is working on establishing a permanent home in the area.
Its goal is to open the Fort Bend Children’s Discovery Center in the summer of 2015.
The new facility will be part of the Imperial Development in Sugar Land. Preliminary plans call for locating the center in a two-story, 20,000-square-foot restored building in the mixed-used development. It will house six exhibits and provide access to an outdoor area. Continue reading
Come out to the Farmer’s Market this weekend and enjoy the awesome fall weather while you listen to live music and shop!
Chef Zierau is back from being out on the road and will be serving his famous Zierau Kobe Beef Sliders. Come gather around his booth and watch him prepare them. He always has an assortment of family dinner casseroles for sale.
Have you tried the beautiful Chipotle Rigatoni from Tavola Pasta? Try it with a Bolognese sauce and a crispy ciabatta from Angela’s Oven. The combination makes a fantastic dinner!
Gundermann Farms still have lovely squash blossoms… get them while you can!
Janet Green will make a guest appearance with her collection of colorful and interesting yard art.
Remember to stock up on your favorite spicy or regular Kettle Corn for the football game from the Big Poppa guys!
Read about what Forbes has to say about Houston being the “hippest” city in America!