CYPRESS — Bored? Looking for something to do?
Here’s everything we are tracking for this weekend: Eight different events in or around Cypress. You still have time to donate to the Cy-Fair Volunteer Fire Department’s Christmas toy drive!
Weather experts are warning everyone in the region about flooding, so be sure to turn around, don’t drown!
Stuff to do this weekend:
• 1. Cy Creek & Cy-Fair football playoffs — Regional Championships!
Here’s what’s at stake: Single game elimination (Win or go home). Both teams need to win tomorrow, and then two more times for a state championship. Simply put, if you are a Cougar or Bobcat fan, you need to be there!
NRG Stadium for both games. Cy Creek at 2 p.m. and Cy-Fair at 6 p.m. The stadium requires cash for parking.
If you can’t make it, you watch both games live on TexanLive.com. Here are the individual links.
• 2. Cypress boys basketball tournament at the Berry Center.
• 3. Forty Cypress students to perform in The Nutcracker performances Dec. 7-9, and tickets can be purchased at www.hrbdance.org.
• 5. Rosehill Fire Department fundraiser. Watch their event page, as weather may impact the schedule! https://www.facebook.com/events/1480857998650182/
• 6. Lone Star College – CyFair to host STEMtastic fun Saturday
• 7. Lone Star College – CyFair art gallery, today through next Friday.
• 8. Cy-Fair Volunteer Fire Department accepting toys for Christmas
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