Category Archives: Holiday Celebrations

Fourth of July Festivities

  In downtown Seabrook, visitors can enjoy an old fashioned 4th of July Kids Parade at 10 a.m. starting at Meador Park (2100 Meyer Road). Post-parade, there are plenty of games, food vendors and a bouncy house for the kids. However, if you’re looking for a booming good time, there are countless options in the…

A Seabrook St. Patrick’s Day

  Start your long holiday weekend right with the famous Seabrook Lucky Trail Marathon from March 17 – 19. Don’t worry, participants won’t be running all three days! Three distinct races are held throughout the gorgeous (and green) Seabrook trails boasting incredible habitats of both fresh and saltwater marsh tucked against the Galveston Bay coastline….

Ring in the (Lunar) New Year!

  Didn’t New Year’s Eve just happen? Yes, but the Lunar New Year takes place January 28th, and visitors to Seabrook will want to help ring in the Year of the Rooster. Some of the biggest festivals take place in nearby Houston, such as the Super Lunar New Year event scheduled for the Super Bowl…

Martin Luther King Jr. Day

  Smaller MLK Jr. Day celebrations often pop up around Seabrook, such as special events at local libraries, but many residents and visitors head to nearby Houston for larger festivities, like the MLK Grande Parade. Scheduled for January 14, the Youth Parade starts on San Jacinto Street and culminates with a large party with food…

New Years in Seabrook

  One of Seabrook’s biggest parties takes place at Town Hall with doors opening at 8 p.m. and a party ‘til 2 a.m. DJs and dancing, a photo booth, an east coast ball drop celebration for early birds, and a free champagne toast at midnight ensures this party is for everyone. All ages are welcome,…

A Seabrook Christmas

  Celebrate the season at one of Seabrook’s many events, like Christmas on Main. The city’s Christmas Tree lighting takes place on December 3 at 6 p.m., and Main Street will be teeming with hot chocolate, holiday cookies, live performances, vendors touting everything from ornaments to clothes, and, of course, Santa is scheduled for a…

Spend Thanksgiving in Seabrook

  Traveling to the Seabrook area for Thanksgiving and want to get into the holiday spirit? Don’t miss the Houston Thanksgiving Parade, which turns 67 this November 24! It’s when Santa lands at Union Station and rides his sleigh into Foley’s downtown. You’ll find the Houston community highlighted, parade-goers flocking to the streets, and out-of-this-world…

Seabrook’s Top Halloween Haunts

  You can head to Houston for Halloween—or you can stick nearby and enjoy one of Seabrook’s many haunts! BOO on the Boardwalk is an annual festival hosted by Dungeon of Doom. The haunted house on the Kemah Boardwalk is open year-round, but only on Halloween does it spread to the streets to cause even…

Kemah Oktoberfest

  The best fest in Seabrook is here! Kemah Oktoberfest is held annually in the Kemah City parking lot and features more than 10,000 square feet of sheer “beer tent.” Held in early October, you’ll find a number of special Oktoberfest beers crafted just for the event. Take advantage of half-price admissions on Fridays, or…

Carothers Coastal Gardens

  You’ll find this slice of paradise against Seabrook’s most popular park. The Spanish heritage home is settled on eight sprawling acres of gorgeous, native landscaping. Overlooking Galveston Bay, this historic treasure is routinely renovated and available to rent for special events. It’s a popular choice for weddings, business conferences, retreats and more. It’s also…