KBH: Recycle-Bowl
Oct 16 – Nov 15 all-day

Image result for recycle bowlRecycle-Bowl is a free competition and benchmarking tool for K-12 school recycling programs to promote waste reduction activities. On August 1, schools may start to register for the 2017 competition, which aims to invigorate student participation in recycling via an exciting and engaging national K-12 competition. Recycling is one of the easiest and most effective actions ANYONE can do to protect natural resources, conserve energy, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and create jobs. Recycling also provides materials that are made into new products. Want to ignite recycling in your school? Friendly competition is a proven way to motivate young people toward adopting sustainable behaviors.

Below you will find additional key dates for this year’s competition. If you have any questions, please contact Isaac Nicholson.

  • August 1 – Registration Opens
  • October 13 – Registration Deadline
  • October 16 – Competition Starts
  • November 15 – Competition Ends

Register your school here or learn more about Recycle-Bowl at

Children’s Nature Classes at Armand Bayou Nature Center @ Armand Bayou Nature Center
Nov 10 @ 9:30 am – 11:30 am
Children's Nature Classes at Armand Bayou Nature Center @ Armand Bayou Nature Center | Pasadena | Texas | United States

Looking for a place to get your children outdoors? ABNC’s EcoClasses will allow your child to explore, discover and observe (STEM). Join us for some great nature experiences! Check out their website at abnc.orgfor details or call 713-274-2668 to reserve your spot.

EcoTots are for children 18 months to 36 months with an adult every Friday.
EcoKids are for children ages 3 to 6 every Wednesday and Friday.
EcoSchoolers are for homeschool children ages 7 to 12 every Wednesday and Friday.

Tyke Hike @ Baytown Nature Center
Nov 10 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Tyke Hike @ Baytown Nature Center | Baytown | Texas | United States
 Tyke Hike

The fall season of the FREE pre-school program (designed for ages 3-5) begins September 1, meeting on Fridays at 10 am, through November 17. This season’s exciting topics include many hands-on nature activities for your tyke to enjoy.


1 Lizards

8 Scavenger hunt 15 Snakes
22 Animals with Fur 29 Alligators


3 Fall
10 Birds
17 Thanksgiving


6 Whose Tracks? 13 Turtles
20 Frogs
27 Halloween Fun

Piney Woods Wildlife Society’s Dedication of the New Kemp’s Ridley Seawall Statue
Nov 10 @ 4:00 pm

Honoring Galveston’s Role in Saving the Kemp’s Ridley Sea Turtle

Sculptor: Wildlife Artist Leo Osborne

Friday, November 10, 2017, 4:00 PM
4600 Seawall Boulevard (Directly East of the 1900 Storm Memorial)


Immediately following the dedication

Galveston Office of the Turtle Island Restoration Network
2228 Broadway, Galveston, Texas, 77550
(409) 795-8426


ArCH Film Festival @ Honeymoon Cafe
Nov 10 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

The modern city is controlled by political, financial and environmental factors that force neighborhoods into patterns of decline and regrowth. Architects throughout history – whether building anew or rectifying the past – believe in the utopian ideal that architecture can influence society for the better. This year’s ArCH film series investigates how citizens, developers, historians, politicians, designers and community leaders activate the city within the parameters of policy.

Friday, November 10th
5:00pm Happy Hour Kick-Off, Honeymoon Cafe
7:00pm If You Build It, Buffalo Bayou Partnership
click here for more on this film screening

Saturday, November 11th
10:00am Buffalo Bayou Walking Tour, 902 Commerce St
3:00pm Citizen Jane: Battle for the City, Rice Media Center
click here for more on this film screening

Sunday, November 12th
3:00pm I Look Up Film Challenge (shorts), Buffalo Bayou Partnership
click here for more on this film screening

Monday, November 13th
7:00pm Columbus, Rice Media Center
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Artist Boat’s Float the Boat Annual Fundraiser @ Trolley Station
Nov 10 @ 6:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Artist Boat

Help Float the Boat

Artist Boat’s 14th annual fundraiser is on November 10th from 6:00 pm to 9:30 pm at the Trolley Station at 2021 Strand, in Galveston, Texas. There will be live music, dinner, a bar, silent auctions, and an art auction.

Artist Boat is thrilled to have served over 100,000 participants and to have conserved 664 acres of land on Galveston Island. Join us on November 10th and help to continue to Float the Boat!


You can purchase tickets for the event and/or purchase raffle tickets for a chance to win a Viking Profish GT Kayak.


  • Reserved Seating Tickets: $100
  • Standing Room Only Tickets: $80
  • Raffle Tickets: $10 for one ticket or $25 for three tickets

Tickets can be purchased over the phone, at the Artist Boat Office, or online.

To become a Sponsor, to donate to the Auction, or for more information, visit Artist Boat’s Float the Boat Annual Fundraiser event page.

14th Annual Run in the Park @ Mary Gibbs and Jesse H. Jones Reflection Pool
Nov 11 @ 8:00 am – 11:00 am

Hermann Park Conservancy is excited to host the 14th annual Run in the Park. The scenic 5K course will circle around Hermann Park’s historic live oaks. The run consists of a 5K run, 3K walk, a 1K kids’ fun run, and post-race party in Molly Ann Smith Plaza. There will be breakfast tacos, fruit, coffee, and so much more to enjoy!

Whether you are a weekend jogger, competitive runner, or just like to walk with friends and family, Run in the Park is an event you do not want to miss! Grab your friends and family and sign up now for a fun-filled morning in Hermann Park.

Course Description — The race begins and ends in Hermann Park at the Molly Ann Smith Plaza between McGovern Lake and the Jones Reflection Pool. For more information and to register, visit

Online registration closes at midnight Wednesday
November 8th for the 14th Annual Run in the Park!

3R Bazaar And Texas Recycles Day @ The Woodlands Township: Parks, Recreation and Environmental Services
Nov 11 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

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For one day only, 3R Bazaar offers an opportunity for recycling unique commodities. Recycle single-use alkaline batteries (AA, AAA, C, D, and 9-Volt only; no rechargeable or lead-acid batteries), cell phones, flip flops, yard signs, and textiles; donate eyeglasses; explore reuse strategies; discover your creative side with DIY projects!

Compost Classes

Discover how nature recycles at drop-in compost classes at 9:30, 10:30, and 11:30 AM. Compost bins will also be for sale: $25.

Shop the Buy Recycled Boutique

Provided in partnership with The Woodlands G.R.E.E.N., the annual trunk show features unique and trendy items made from recycled materials. From high tech to handcrafted, everything at Buy Recycled Boutique has a story.

3R Bazaar Logo

To volunteer, click here.

For more information on the many more activities and/or about what materials will be accepted during the one-day 3R Bazaar event, please visit The Woodlands Township’s 3R Bazaar event page.

Or, for more events located at The Woodlands Township, visit their calendar!

KPC’s Unplugged Adventure: Putting Down Roots @ Indiangrass Preserve
Nov 11 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

Help us Put Down Roots during KPC’s largest restoration effort yet!

Volunteers will work together to transplant native prairie plants in order to restore 55 acres of newly reconstructed prairie habitat.


Participants should dress for the prairie – wear pants, close-toed shoes, and clothing that can get muddy. It can be chilly and windy on the prairie so a hat and layers are also recommended.


Lunch, snacks, and door prizes will be provided, but feel free to bring your own food if you have dietary restrictions.


Click here to visit the KPC’s Unplugged Adventure: Putting Down Roots event page.
Or, for more events and volunteering opportunities held by KPC, click here.