2nd Annual Zombie Crawl: Hosted by the Muddy Water Bookstore on Friday, October 25th from 5 pm to 8 pm in downtown Navasota. Dress like a zombie, or favorite scary character, and haunt the streets. Enjoy beverages and snacks from various businesses and enter to win prizes at the Muddy water Bookstore. More information can be found at muddywaterbook.
Lanterns & Legends: A tribute to the craftsmen who shaped Navasota, presented by the Navasota Theatre Alliance. Take a night-time guided tour October 24th thru October 26th at the historic Oakland Cemetery. Tours will be every 15 minutes from 6:30 pm to 7:45 pm on the 24th thru 26th. There will be an indoor performance on October 27th beginning at 2 pm at the Navasota Theatre. Tickets are from $7 to $14 and are available online at navasotatheatre.org or by calling 936-825-3195.
FREE Pet Adoption Event: Hosted by Navasota Police and Sterling Auto on Saturday, October 26th from 11 am to 2 pm at the Sterling showroom in Navasota. Adoption fees will be waived for all animals. Includes spay/neuter, vaccinations, rabies shot and microchip. They will also have free tacos and refreshments. Event sponsored by Sterling Auto.
Annual Treats on the Streets: Brought to you by the Navasota Police Department on Wednesday, October 30th beginning at 6 pm. Will be in the 200 block of Holland Street. Costume contest begins at 7 pm in the parking lot of City Hall. For more information, call the city at 936-825-6475.
“Trunk or Treat”: Hosted by the Todd Mission VFD on Thursday, October 31st from 7 pm to 9 pm at the Todd Mission VFD. They will also have a costume contest!
Navasota Fall City Wide Garage Sale: Will be taking place on Saturday, November 2nd. Must register for your permit with the city by October 24th. Permits for garage sale are $5 and a map of locations will be released in the October 30th Navasota Examiner and online.
Annual rummage Sale: Hosted by St. Mary’s Catholic Church on Saturday, November 2nd from 7 am to 3 pm on the church grounds in Plantersville. For more information, visit SMSJ.org.
Wildflower Seed Scatter Event: Hosted by Keep Navasota Beautiful on Saturday, November 9th beginning at 8:30 am. Order your seeds online for $30/pound at NavasotaTX.gov or by calling 936-825-6475. Deadline is Friday, October 28th and they hope to SEEd you there!
Red’s, Wheat’s and Blue’s Festival: Hosted by the Navasota Grimes county Chamber of Commerce on Saturday, November 9th from 2 pm to 6 pm. Join for a day for shopping, wine tasting, micro-brewed beer sampling and blues music that will coincide with the Annual Veterans day parade. For more information, call the chamber at 936-825-6600.
Ground zero – A 9/11 Retrospective Exhibit: Presented by the Arts Council of the Brazos Valley. Open through November 11th. It pays tribute to all victims of 9/11, with a focus on the first responders. For more information, call 979-696-ARTS or go online to ACBV.org.
2020 Grimes County Relay for Life: Time to gear up. If your business, church, club, neighborhood or group for friends would like to participate and have a team, contact Heather at email@example.com.
Free G.E.D. Classes: Offered by Blinn College every Monday and Wednesday at the Navasota Center from 6pm to 9 pm. For more information, call 979-209-7567.
Sunday mornings: Join pastor Chad McMillan for the Great Awakenings Radio Broadcast at 8:30 am every Sunday morning right here on Willy 1550 and 98.7 FM.
Grimes County’s Veteran Services Officer has new hours: You can now meet with Jay Lafferty from 8 am to 1 pm, Mondays through Thursdays, and will be open through lunch, at his office in the Courthouse Annex at 114 Buffington Ave. in Anderson. For more, call 836-873-4490, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Veterans: If you still want to be of Service, the U.S. Customs and Border Patrol needs specialists in I.T., Telecommunications, Mission Support, Management and Program and Sector Enforcement. For details, call Grimes County Veterans Services Officer Jay Lafferty at 936-873-4490.