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October 2012

Pearland Annual Garage Sale

Get ready for some treasure hunting at Pearland’s 3rd Annual Community Garage Sale hosted by the Pearland Parks & Recreation together with the 100 Club of Pearland.   Local residents can shop for all sorts of items on Saturday, November 3rd from 8 am to 2 pm at the Pearland ISD Administration Building on 1928 North Main.

Clothes, furniture, baby items, art and more can be found during the city-wide sale.  Any items not sold will be donated to the non-profit organization Forgetten Angels.

West Pearland Library on Track to Open Early 2013

Southern Trails book lovers will soon be able to celebrate the launch of a West Pearland library scheduled to open in a storefront space in early 2013.

After considering five different lease proposals, the Pearland City Council recently voted to approve a strip mall location on Business Center Drive. Expected to open between January and February 2013, the new library will sit at the northeast corner of the property – which is also home to the HEB Plus grocery store.

Pearland Parks & Recreation’s Kid Fish Fest Event

Southern Trails residents can enjoy the outdoors and see what you can catch at Kid Fish Fest on Saturday, November 10 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Bass Pro Shops, at 1000 Bass Pro Dr. in Pearland.

Kid Fish Fest is a free outreach program designed to educate and provide a hands-on fishing experience for children of all ages. Pearland Parks & Recreation has partnered with Bass Pro Shop to provide children the opportunity to participate in educational demonstrations about fishing, conservation and respect for their environment.

New Pearland Sports Complex Begins Construction

The wheels are now in motion for construction of the new Max Road Sports Complex to be located in west Pearland, convenient to Southern Trails.

The Pearland City Council awarded a $5 million contract to Triple B Services, LLP for construction services related to phase one of the sports park and the Hickory Slough Detention project. “We hope to have the fields ready to go by the spring of 2014,” said Trent Epperson, Projects Director for the City of Pearland.