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

The Beaumont Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) is releasing the Beaumont Birdie Passport for 2019, a fun tool for summer explorers to tour Beaumont and visit each of the Beaumont Birdies at area attractions and museums. The promotion will run throughout the summer, encouraging those in the community and visitors alike to explore Beaumont and the all the amazing things it has to offer. Beaumont is a premiere birding destination located on the Upper Texas Gulf Coast, along two migratory flyways. Within a 40-mile radius, you will find the wild coastal shore of Sabine Pass and Sea Rim State

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

Explore Tyrrell Park If you haven't heard, Beaumont's Tyrrell Park is a super park and talk of the town. Established in 1945 as a public park, Tyrrell Park offers a large amount of activities equipped for any family. Whether an adventure seeker or interested in taking your time and taking in the scenery, Tyrrell Park has it all! Cattail Marsh  Cattail Marsh offers an abundance of wildlife, vegetation and adventure. Walk, run or ride a bike throughout the 12 miles of trail that winds through the marsh. Interested in birds? Cattail Marsh is a natural habitat to more than

Although we appreciate our mother's every day, on Mother's Day we get to celebrate them a little extra! Lucky for those of us who live in Beaumont, there are plenty of opportunities to make Mother's Day special. Whether brunch or terrific shopping opportunities, you do not have to go far to spend a fantastic day with your mom. 1. Brunch MCM Elegante For Mother’s Day, the hotel takes it over the top to celebrate the “dedication that mothers provide to families everywhere.” This Mother’s Day brunch/lunch starts with peel & eat shrimp and a cup of

1. Form a Committee Planning a reunion is not easy. There are a lot of moving parts that need to be decided on and are sometimes overwhelming for just one person. If you can, form a small committee to help delegate tasks. Try setting a monthly phone call or have a group text for updates and the current progress that has been accomplished. Many hands make light work and forming a small group of your family will definitely help in the long run! 2. Create a Website or Facebook Page Everyone is on social media these days or has access to a computer. Make it easy for the family to be aware of

Springtime in Beaumont, Texas brings the weather for more time outdoors which makes our area the perfect place to explore. Visit museums and exciting attractions, gardens, nature and wildlife.  1. Visit Beaumont Museums  Check out the world's largest fire hydrant, donated by the Walt Disney Company and decorated in dalmatian spots at the Fire Museum of Texas . learn about Beaumont's oil history at the Spindletop Gladys City/Boomtown Museum and the Texas Energy Museum . Children will love the Beaumont Children's Museum with tons of activities. Tour our three

Whether you want to dress up for a big night or chill on the sofa with takeout, Valentine’s Day is a great time to show your sweetie you care. You don’t have to spend a lot of money or do some big grand gesture. Sometimes the best gift is just planning something simple and sweet. The Beaumont Convention and Visitors Bureau is here to help. From romantic nights away to a fun craft workshop with the kids, we rounded up a few ways you can celebrate Valentine’s Day in Beaumont, Texas. Adults Only MCM Eleganté 2355 I-10 South Beaumont, Tx 77705 February 13-15 The MCM

When visiting Beaumont there is no shortage of Insta-worthy locations to get the perfect picture. Whether art, nature or history is your thing, you are going to find the perfect spot for a fantastic picture. Experience Beaumont and document it along the way! Frida, Mermaid and Dragonfly Murals Located in downtown Beaumont, the Frida , Mermaid and Dragonfly  murals offer a beautiful backdrop to any photo. Take a picture on its own or grab some friends and jump in, these murals will undoubtedly give you an amazing image that you cannot wait to post on social media. Beaumont Mural