We conserve land through outreach and restoration while offering a recreational greenspace for Houston
Willow Waterhole Conservation Reserve (Willow Waterhole Park), located in the Westbury area near the intersection of South Post Oak Road and South Main Street, is a 290-acre greenway that offers Houstonians recreational opportunities as well as relief from flooding concerns. The expanses around the ponds are designated for wildlife conservation and passive recreation, and include walking trails and gazebos. Native plants are being nurtured on the site and additional trees will be planted as ongoing construction projects are finished.
We're all excited at MusicFEST 2017 to be hosting our very first Artist Village, especially since we've had a chance to see some samples from the participating artists and artisans. We are proud to share these with you in our Artist Village at MusicFEST 2017 gallery. Expect the unexpected at the Artist Village, where apart from the unique pieces you will surely find and bargain for, you'll also be roundly entertained by all the exhibitions of live painting, chalk art, performing artists, and stilt walkers. Did I just say stilt walkers? Yes, indeed. Come one and come all! A two-day celebration of music, art, and togetherness!
Our friends at HCC have produced a 30-sec TV sport about MusicFEST 2017. Watch it on our YouTube channel before it airs!
Since 2013, our Southwest Houston community has come together to make the annual Willow Waterhole MusicFEST a growing & noteworthy success. None of this would be possible without the enthusiastic support and generous contributions of our sponsors. Please join the MusicFEST 2017 Organizing Committee in recognizing and thanking the following MusicFEST 2017 Supporters.
A Fantastic Foursome of Fabulous Food Trucks are ready to make a splash at MusicFEST 2017 and feed the masses with thier scrumptious festival fare.