Come join in on the fun of the second annual #EATBMT Restaurant Week November 10-17, 2019! With the success of last year’s event, we cannot wait for this year. The weeklong event will showcase local restaurants throughout the Golden Triangle and celebrate what Southeast Texas knows best – food. Participating restaurants will offer special fixed menus priced at $10, $20, and $40.  “The Beaumont Convention and Visitors Bureau has been adamant about promoting our local food scene,” said Tourism Director, Christina Majdalani Lokey. “The CVB

November is the time for family, friends and giving. The weather is great, everyone is getting ready for the holidays whether it be decorating, purchasing gifts or preparing to consume a lot of food. When you want to spend time outside of the house and get out in the community, Beaumont has all the events you need. Whether it be music, sports, performing arts or just fun family activities, we have your guide for all things November. Shangri La 10th Scarecrow Festival - November 1 and 2 The festival features dozens of unique scarecrow designs, fall flowering displays, thousands of pumpkins, and

This year, the Sea Rim Striders host the 29th Annual Turkey Trot 5K, 10K, Kids and Special Needs 1K on Thanksgiving Day, November 28, 2019, starting at the Event Centre. The proceeds will benefit Young Life Southeast Texas. In order to help out this organization, people need to register, so the Convention and Visitors Bureau is going to fill you in on how a Turkey Trot can be fun so we can see the biggest turnout yet. We know, we know, who really wants to go running on the day you plan to eat so much you can’t even move? Some may say it’s crazy, others may jump on the Turkey Trot

Halloween is just around the corner and considering I have yet to decided on the kid's costumes, I am less than prepared. While I love all things fall – cool air, pumpkins on & in everything, food galore – it also comes with a fair amount of stress. From finding the perfect costume to deciding where to take the kids trick-or-treating, it can get overwhelming when you remind yourself this is only the beginning of what is usually the busiest time of year.  To help reclaim our sanity (and let you keep yours), we've put together a quick list of where to take the

From a popular haunted Halloween tour with family to Classic Movie Nights with friends, there are plenty of events going on in Beaumont this fall to keep you busy! We’ve got your complete guide to October events including ideas for family fun, arts, and entertainment! Don’t be afraid to eat a bug or even dress up your dog!  Fire Prevention & Family Safety Festival October 5, 10:00 am - 2:00 pm Fire Museum of Texas 400 Walnut Beaumont, TX 77701 Cost: Free Join the Fire Museum of Texas and Beaumont Fire Rescue and other community partners for a day of free family fun!

* Head out to the Lamar University Campus for Homecoming on September 27, 2019 for the Homecoming Bonfire and game day festivities on September 28, 2019. * Pep Rally and Bonfire 6:30 p.m. (9/27) Get your Red on and join Lamar University for the Pep Rally lighting of the Homecoming Bonfire at Spindletop Field and meet your winners and finalists for Homecoming Court! Cardinal FanFest at the Montagne Center 12 - 5 p.m. (9/28) There is something for the whole family at Cardinal FanFest at the Montagne Center A-5 Parking Lot. Enjoy meals from area food trucks and sample free craft

The Big Thicket Association (BTA) will host the  Annual Neches River Rally on Saturday, September 7 at the LNVA Saltwater Barrier boat launch on Bigner Road in Beaumont, Texas. Come enjoy this very unique paddling experience and help us celebrate the National Parks Centennial in the Big Thicket National Preserve.    Event Details Neches River Rally September 7, 2019 LNVA Saltwater Barrier 5790 Bigner Road Beaumont, TX 77703 Launch Site Opens: 7:30 a.m.  Entry Fees: $35: 13 years and older ($45 after August 19, 2019) $10, 12 years and younger ($15 after August 19, 2019)

One of the best things about Beaumont and southeast Texas is the abundance of artistic talent found throughout the area. Perhaps it's because we start cultivating artists at a young age with programs like Free Family Arts Days at the Art Museum of Southeast Texas. Held quarterly, Free Family Arts Days take place on a Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Admission is always free and kid-friendly events relate to current exhibits at the museum. During the program, kids are able to have hands-on interaction with a variety of art mediums and encouraged to let their creativity

Red, White & Blue - and fireworks and music too! Celebrate America the good ole fashioned way with a parade, music, food and fireworks. Preparations are underway for The City of Beaumont’s Fourth of July Celebration and the annual community parade July Fourth morning. These family friendly events are free and fun! Calder Place 1929 Fourth of July Parade BISD Administration Building 3395 Harrison Ave Beaumont, Tx 77706 9 a.m. Free You can show your patriotic pride and get the whole family involved. The annual Calder Place 1929 Fourth of July Parade begins in the parking

Whether you call Beaumont home or are planning your first visit to this Texas gem, summer here is a season you definitely don’t want to miss. The temperatures may be warming up, but Beaumont offers a variety of cool options for distraction, learning and exploration. From outdoor activities to roadside attractions to summer camps and more, adults and kids of all ages will find something to rave about.  10 Ways to Celebrate Summer in Beaumont: 1. Roadside Attractions Getting to Beaumont is half the fun! We have a few brilliant ways to ease the “are we there yet?” syndrome