Celebrate the holiday season at Sugar Land Town Square

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Cross everyone off your holiday shopping lists and celebrate the season with festive events at Sugar Land Town Square in November and December 2018.

Holiday shopping season is made easier at Sugar Land Town Square with a full slate of events that aim to keep shoppers gleaming with holiday cheer.

Throughout the holiday season, shoppers at Sugar Land Town Square can join in on festivities including special lighting celebrations of the Tree and Menorah, holiday movie screenings, musical performances, a colorful dance showcase, free photos with Santa, and more.

From Altar’d State and JoS. A. Bank, to Sur La Table, Baby’s & Kid’s 1st, and everywhere in between, shoppers will find plenty of shelves to scour for the perfect holiday gift.

Keep an eye on Sugar Land Town Square’s social media and website for updates on the latest holiday promotions.

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Snapshots with Santa

Presented by Imperial Sugar, free holiday photos with Santa and Mrs. Claus will take place in the lobby of 16190 City Walk on each Sunday from 1pm to 5pm, beginning Sunday, November 25 through Sunday, December 16, 2018.

An on-site donation drive will be collecting new stuffed animals for the Fort Bend Rainbow Room’s Christmas Project.

Holiday Events

This holiday season, Sugar Land Town Square offers plenty of chances to bask in the winter festivities while enjoying live music, movies, dance, and more.

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November 2018

  • Holidays in the Plaza with Chris Mitchell Jazz | Friday, November 16 | 6:30pm to 8:30pm –The versatile saxophonist, Chris Mitchell, brings his smooth jazz stylings to Sugar Land Town Square for a performance of beautiful holiday music.
  • Soccer Shots Houston Introductory Classes | Saturday, November 17 | 3pm to 5pm – Tailored for children ages 3 to 5, these free 20-minute introductory classes help children get active with the engaging Soccer Shots program that emphasizes character development. Click here for information on registering for these free and fun classes.
  • Holidays in the Plaza with Living Rhythms | Saturday, November 17 | 6:30pm to 8:30pm – An accomplished Houston-based Jazz group led by trumpeter Eddie Lewis, Living Rhythms brings festive favorites to the stage at Sugar Land Town Square.
  • Shop Small Saturday | Saturday, November 24 | All Day – As part of American Express’ Small Business Saturday, shoppers across the nation are encouraged to visit their local stores and restaurants in their communities, creating a great opportunity to do good with your holiday shopping lists.
  • City of Sugar Land’s Christmas Tree Lighting | Friday, November 30 | 5pm to 8pm – This special event celebrates the lighting of Sugar Land’s Christmas tree, and includes appearances by Mr. and Mrs. Claus. Free and open to the public, this event offers holiday crafts and activities, face painting, photos with Santa, and performances by local artists and choirs.
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December 2018

  • Holidays in the Plaza with Houston Show Choir | Saturday, December 1 | 5pm to 7pm – A remarkable end-of-season repertoire will have shoppers swaying to classic carols and special performances by small singing groups from the Houston Show Choir.
  • Giant Menorah Lighting Celebration | Monday, December 3 | 6:30pm to 8pm – Celebrating Chanukah, the lighting of the giant menorah with Chabad of Sugar Land promises fun festivities and activities including arts and crafts for children, Israeli food, performances, music, and dancing.
  • Holidays in the Plaza with Heart & Soul Ensemble | Friday, December 7 | 6:30pm to 8:30pm – The powerful all-female vocal group brings talent and a fun-filled holiday performance to shoppers at Sugar Land Town Square.
  • Holiday Dance Showcase | Saturday, December 8 | 11am to 4pm – A full slate of local dance companies offer a special holiday dance showcase.
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  • Holiday Movie Under the Moon: Elf | Saturday, December 8 | 7pm to 9pm – Bring family, friends, and lawn chairs to this Sugar Land Town Square holiday tradition. This year, the 2003 Will Ferrell comedy, Elf, promises to delight movie-goers while candy canes are handed out by Santa’s little helpers.
  • Holidays in the Plaza with Travis High School Orchestra | Thursday, December 13 | 6:30pm to 8:30pm – The Travis High School Orchestra takes the stage to perform favorite holiday tunes.
  • Music & Mistletoe Concert with RPC’s Warehouse School of Music | Friday, December 14 | 6:30pm to 8:30pm – River Pointe Church’s Warehouse School of Music comes to Sugar Land Town Square with a performance of holiday entertainment.
  • Holiday Music with First Colony Church of Christ | Saturday, December 15 | 5pm to 7pm – With a blend of contemporary and classic Christmas music, First Colony Church of Christ’s band will perform modern and a cappella versions of carols and fun favorites.
  • 31st Annual Fort Bend Kia 30K | Sunday, December 16 | 6:30am to 11am – This annual 30K event winds runners through Sweetwater Country Club and serves as an official warm-up to the Chevron Houston Marathon in January. Click here for registration information. 
  • M.D. Anderson Cancer Center Blood Drive | Friday, December 21 | 10am to 4pm – Just days before Christmas, give the gift of life for those who depend on the generosity of blood donors across Houston. M.D. Anderson Cancer Center makes its way to Sugar Land Town Square for an event that can help save lives.
  • Christmas Carol Sing-A-Long | Friday, December 21 | 6:30pm to 8:30pm – Get ready to belt out your favorite carols during a holiday performance by The Living Christmas Card Carolers.
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Holiday Season Celebration at Sugar Land Town Square

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