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16th Annual Art in the Park The Orange Convention and Visitors Bureau will be hosting the 16th Annual Art in the Park at Stark Park. This event will be held Saturday, June 9 from 9 A.M. to 3 P.M. There will be no charge to attend this family-friendly event! This event will include over 100 artists and crafters from Southeast Texas, Southwest Louisiana, and surrounding areas. Vendors will be on site serving a variety of food and drinks. Children’s activities will be available on site. For additional information, please contact the Orange Convention and Visitors Bureau at 409.883.1011 or 409.883.1010. More Info Here

Trash Bash: Level 2 at Preying Mantis August 11, 1pm-12am What? A punk fest! Where? Nathan McCray’s magical land, 2555 Jirou St! When? August 11th which gives you plenty of time to request off work and/or get a babysitter (though kiddos are welcome) if needed! Who?? THE DISGUSTOIDS https://thedisgustoids.bandcamp.com/ Maxifads https://maxifads.bandcamp.com/ Semon Demon https://semondemon.bandcamp.com/  Too Heavy Boxes https://tooheavyboxes.bandcamp.com/ Worm Suicide & The Devil Club (Austin) https://wormsuicide.bandcamp.com/ Sodomy Cop (Austin) https://www.rotten.com/ More bands to be announced upon confirmation!! This is an all ages all day event!! BYOB for 21 and up. Use designated drivers/uber/ if you plan to drink. Underage drinking will not be tolerated. Carpool if you can!! Parking is mostly on the street and can get tight. This event is going to be an all day outdoor event taking place in August in Texas. Prepare accordingly loose fitting cool clothes, sunscreen, water, etc. Festivals tend to not be as fun when you’re sunburned and dying of heat exhaustion. We will have bottles of water for sale for cheap and the proceeds will help us pay bands and to make sure we can continue doing this festival every year!!! Ticket Price TBA we will update soon!

Texas Rice Festival 2018 September 28 – October 3-6 We have food made with rice and flavors of the Cajun culture. Typical fare includes rice balls, gumbo, ettouffe, pistolettes, blooming onions, crab balls, boudain balls, funnel cakes and many other delicacies. The little kids may come for the rides, the parade and the animals, but the big folks come from far and wide to eat fabulous local food from the best cooks in Southeast Texas. You will find something for the whole family at our event, from Wright’s Amusement Carnival, Livestock & Longhorn Shows, Pageants, 2 Parades, BBQ Cook-Off, Washer & Horseshoe Tournaments, American Cancer Society Auction, to continuous live entertainment on the main stage. We are proud to announce the 49th Annual Texas Rice Festival Entertainment Schedule! Friday Sept. 28 8pm-12 midnight Jimmy & The Jokers Wednesday Oct. 3 5:30-7:00 pm Pea Patch Orchestra 7:30-9:00 pm Honky Tonk Jones 9:30-11:00 pm Kyle Park Thursday Oct. 4 6:00-7:30 pm Bayou Sounds 8:00-9:30 pm Brian Jack & The Zydeco Gamblers 10:00-11:30 pm Lost Bayou Ramblers Friday Oct. 5 5:30-7:30 pm George Dearborn & Branded 8:00-9:30 pm Mike & The Moonpies 10:00-11:30 pm Wade Bowen Saturday Oct. 6 4:30-6:00 pm Sammy Kershaw […]

Southeast Texas Hempfest 2018 Hosted by Corey Daemon Mendes October 5, 10am-9pm As the future of recreational and medical marijuana remains unclear, there is no doubt about the growth of the national hemp industry. Forbes magazine recently reported that the legal CBD hemp market is estimated to grow 700% by 2020 alone — not including hemp oil fuels, plastics, food products, paper, fabric, building materials and other markets that continue to develop as more states allow production of agricultural hemp. Hemp is defined practically as cannabis that has less than .3% of the compound THC, the cannabinoid of the plant showing psychoactive effects. Historically, hemp was a government-mandated crop grown by American settlers (and carried by sailors) and even inspired a phenomenon called chemurgy, the process of transforming agricultural commodities into industrial products. Texas was said to be at the vanguard of the chemurgical movement. On October 23 of 1936 George Trout gave a speech to the Raymondville Kiwanis Club. He spoke on the culture of hemp in the Raymondville area. At a meeting in Dallas in June 1937 industrial leaders discussed making car bumpers out of hemp and all sorts of interesting possibilities. All of this to give money to […]

Fire Prevention and Family Safety Festival at The Fire Museum October 6 , 10am-2pm Join us as we partner with Beaumont Fire Rescue and area businesses for our Annual Fire Prevention and Family Safety Festival, October 6, 2018 from 10am – 2pm! There will be safety tips and demonstrations, free hot dogs, chips, sno-cones, popcorn, cotton candy and a bounce zone for the kids. This is our biggest, best event of the year! More Info Here

Oktoberfest Beaumont 2018 October 13, 3pm-8pm Rogers Park October 13 3:00pm – 8:00pm FREE family event – Entry is FREE Attendees are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and blankets. Beer Garden | Food | Entertainment Polka performance by The Royal Klobasneks The event is free and open to the public. No outside alcohol will be allowed on the premises.