Bay Area: Brasoria Calendar: Cat Show, Perland Blood Driving August 24, 2021 by admin August 26 Community First Air is running a blood drive to alleviate anemia in patients at the MD Anderson Cancer Center Where: 2752 Sunrise Blvd. , Pearland 77584 When: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Details The donor coach collects blood on the spot only by appointment. Bring a photo ID. Make sure you feel good before and after giving and that it is enough to eat and drink a lot. Information and booking – https://bityl.co/8Mze August 28, 29 The cat show shows local shelters The Gulf Coast Foundation and Deer Park City will welcome cat lovers and potential adoptions to the Mao Luo at the Jimmy Burke Center. Where: 500th 13th St., Deer Park When: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Details “The mission of these events continues to support animal shelters (and) rescue teams as well as cat disease research teams such as the Win Fallen Foundation,” said Mr. Mille Pitt, treasurer, sales coordinator and marketing liaison to the Gulf Coast Foundation. Our Exhibition Hall represents up to 42 species and pets competing for titles. Deer Park Animal Shelter and Adoption Center and La Port Animal Adoption Center and Shelter will have cats and kittens on adoption. Price: $ 7-10. Info: www.gulfcoastfeline.org. August 28 Experts – fall the ideal time to plant trees, berries Galveston County Master Gardener Association Association Teachers share tips and tricks on growing small trees and strawberries at two seminars at the Galveston County AgriLife Extension Office in Carbid Park. Where: 4102-B Main St (FM 519). When: 9-11 am, 1-2: 30 pm Details At 9 a.m., Briana Eti will focus on “small trees for a small yard” of specimens under 40 feet, and Robert Marshall explains how to select the best strawberry varieties in 1 hour. Price: Free, but registration is required by 3 pm August 27. Info: https://galveston.agrilife.org/horticulture/mgseminars/. September 1 The garden group will meet again Following more than a year of epidemics, Gulf gardeners will continue their meetings at Webster Presbyterian Church, demonstrating ventilation techniques. Members will discuss what he did and did not do in their gardens during the February snowfall and how to prepare for similar snow events in the future. Where: 201 NASA Parkway. When: 9 p.m. Details The group meets on the first Wednesday of each month from September to May. Price: free. Info: www.gbtb.org. September 1, 8 Library workshops b Dressing bloggers Clear Lake City-County Freeman Branch Library instructors demonstrate how to create and manage a basic WordPress.com website in a couple of virtual rooms. Where: Online. When: 2:15 p.m. Details Participants must have access to an email address. Registration required. Price: free. Info: www.hcpl.net/events/46795 and www.hcpl.net/events/46798. September 1 Church, food storage event helps families in the Bay Area Volunteers from St. Thomas the Apostle St. Paul’s Church and Galvestston Food Bank distribute fresh food and hygiene items to needy residents of Nassau Bay, Webster and Pasadena. Where: 18300 Upper Bay Road, Houston When: 4-6 p.m. Details Volunteers are needed to pack food at 3 p.m. Price: free. Info: Mike Stone, email@example.com. League city leaders graduated The League City Regional Chamber of Commerce celebrates part of its 2021 management program – Galveston County residents from all walks of life – at the Johnny Arolfo Civic Center. Where: 400 W. Walker St., League City When: 5-8 p.m. Details Jenny Center, former president of the Texas City-La Marke Chamber of Commerce, is scheduled to deliver the keynote address. Price: $ 25 to $ 35. Info: www.leaguecitychamber.com.