The Dellrose community is hosting a Halloween event, scheduled for Oct. 31, 2020, in northwest Harris County. (Photo by Angela Yuriko Smith, courtesy Dellrose)

HOCKLEY — Fall festivities and a Halloween costume contest will mark the return of Autumn Fest to Dellrose happening 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 31.

 

Adults and children are invited to wear their Halloween fashions and head out to the Dellrose clubhouse lawn, 17312 Springfield Meadow Dr, Hockley, TX 77447 for a costume contest, bungie trampolines, rock climbing and giant yard games.

 

Participants will be able to pick a pumpkin from the Dellrose pumpkin patch and decorate it. Prizes will be awarded for the best bedecked pumpkin. A photo truck will be set up to capture the memories. Food trucks will be on hand with items for purchase.

 

“It’s a chance for everyone to enjoy traditional fall activities,” said Bliss Bailey with Dellrose. “We’re also kicking off our farmers market where shoppers will be able to browse booths selling locally grown fruits, vegetables and herbs as well as other locally sourced and crafted items.”

 

The market will take place on the event lawn every Saturday in November.

 

Dellrose strongly encourages social distancing and following all CDC recommendations to ensure the health and safety of everyone. Learn more at www.dellroseliving.com.

 

Dellrose is an Empire Communities development. Residents enjoy easy access to Cypress and Houston area shopping, dining and entertainment as well as resort-style amenities. Homes are priced from the $200,000s to the $450,000s.

 

Learn more at www.dellroseliving.com.