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COMING SOON

WORRIED ABOUT hurricane season? Listen to national-weather-service meteorologist Jeffrey Evans and TAMUG maritime administration professor Len Waterworth from 8:30-10:00am today, Wednesday, as they speak on the best ways to be prepared for a hurricane.
With storm season right around the corner, this free event should be high on your to-do list. See our listing xxx for more details.
Concerned about your property taxes? If so, return to the civic center at 11:30am to hear county tax assessor Cheryl Johnson teach how to protest and commercial attorney Trisha Barita teach about Texas contract law. See our listing above left for more information.
Tomorrow, Thursday, Brightwood College in Friendswood will be holding a career fair, including a campus tour, a question-and-answer session with college instructors and a chance to win a $100 gift card. Our April 23 listing contains more information.
Thursday evening kicks off Kemah Boardwalk’s summer concert series, which runs until August 24. Every Thursday at 7:00pm, musicians will be gracing the stage. Our April 30 listing contains details.
The two-day League City Music Festival begins on Friday, featuring country artists, a parade dedicated to first responders and a barbecue cook-off. Our April 30 listing contains information regarding prices and times.
Friday also gives mothers and their sons an evening out together at League City’s Mother And Son Dance at Hometown Heroes Park. In our April 23 listing, we mistakenly told you that the event is free. In fact, it costs $55 per couple for the city’s residents and $82.50 per couple for all others. We apologize for the inconvenience and hope y’all enjoy yourselves!
• We refer to past Coming Soon listings for three reasons; first, as a gentle reminder about events whose details we have already listed; second, to reserve as much space as possible for information about new events; and, third, to tell you where to check the information you need, either by re-reading the printed edition if you still have it or by going online to our website, thepostnewspaper.net, where all Coming Soon listings are available.

Hurricane preparedness breakfast
WHO: Texas New Mexico Power
WHAT: Learn the best way to prepare for
storm season
WHEN: May 3, 8:30-10:00am
WHERE: Johnnie Arolfo civic center, 400 West Walker, League City
HOW MUCH: Free; reservation required
CONTACT: Jane McFaddin, 281-338-7339,
jane@leaguecitychamber.com

Lunch And Learn
WHO: League City Regional chamber of commerce
WHAT: County tax assessor Cheryl Johnson and employment-law attorney Trisha Barita speak on protesting property-tax and Texas contract law
WHEN: May 3, 11:30am-1:00pm
WHERE: Johnnie Arolfo civic center, 400 West Walker, League City
HOW MUCH: Free; reservation required
CONTACT: Jane McFaddin, 281-338-7339,
jane@leaguecitychamber.com

Revitalize Your Tribe
WHO: League City Regional chamber of commerce
WHAT: Life-skills coach Elizabeth Barbour speaks on creating connections for personal and
business success
WHEN: May 11, 8:30-9:30am
WHERE: Tradicao Brazilian Steakhouse,
201 West Bay Area Boulevard, Webster
HOW MUCH: Free; reservation required
CONTACT: Jane McFaddin, 281-338-7339, jane@leaguecitychamber.com

Casino night
WHO: Our Lady Of Fatima School
WHAT: Fundraiser for school featuring roulette, blackjack and other favorite gambling games
WHEN: May 13, 6:00-10:00pm
WHERE: Kukral Hall, 1600 Ninth Avenue North, Texas City
HOW MUCH: $25 in advance, $30 at door
CONTACT: Barbara White, 409-739-2268,
mrsstingaree@gmail.com

Notes And Strokes sponsors’ reception
WHO: Baytown Symphony Orchestra
WHAT: The orchestra kicks off its 50th
anniversary celebrations
WHEN: May 18, 6:00-8:00pm
WHERE: Art League of Baytown, 110 West Texas Avenue, Baytown
HOW MUCH: $60; reservations required
CONTACT: Dave Corder, 281-202-8722,
281-424-7732, ddcord1@gmail.com;

Living Your Best Life
WHO: The Ultimate Women’s Expo
WHAT: Ladies who lead speak on how to achieve success and happiness
WHEN: May 20, 10:00am-5:00pm, May 21, 11:00am-5:00pm
WHERE: NRG Center, 1 NRG Park, Houston
HOW MUCH: $5
CONTACT: Jane Sands, 866-618-3434 ext 442

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