A true gem in the Heights, Quality Feed has been serving this community since it opened its doors in it's current location in 1928. According to The Leader, Quality Feed is believed to be one of the country's oldest Purina feed and garden stores.
The customer appreciation shin dig will be family friendly with lots to do and see: horse and buggy rides, face painting, food, door prizes, and a photographer to take families photos.
This great business almost left the Heights, so go out and support them. This is Houston's history!
4428 North Main
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Sunday, October 24, 8 AM- 2 PM: HHA Urban Forestry Day
Free entertainment, free trees and other goodies.
Heights Fire Station, 12th at Yale
OUTSIDE THE HEIGHTS:
Sunday, October 24, 2 AM- 4 AM: 38th Annual Moonlight Bike Ramble, brought to you by Bike Houston
Prizes for best costume and best lighted bike.
Helmets are required.
Chose either a 10 or 20 mile route, both begin and end at the George R Brown downtown.
Check the website for other rules and all registration information
IN OTHER NEWS:
The Leader is currently taking nominations for the 29th Annual Leader of the Year.
Created in 1982 to enhance and spotlight positive news coverage, the award strives to "focus public attention on those many persons in our area that give of their time and resources to make their community a better place in which to live."