Alvin Convention & Visitor Bureau, Alvin, TX
As the weather starts to cool and the leaves begin to fall, most people in Alvin know this means it’s time for Novemberfest. The Alvin Rotary Club will host the 16th annual Rotary Novemberfest on Saturday, November 14, 2020, at 1st National Oak Park.
This year’s Novemberfest will host the usual activities with its business expo offering arts, crafts, and collectibles! As well as an amazing Car and Bike Show that will be sure to bring back some fun memories. For those interested in farming don’t miss out on the Antique Tractor and Farm equipment that will be on display.
Event-goers can start this day off right with the Pancake Breakfast for $10 a plate at the large Rotary tent. You will also be able to enjoy live entertainment throughout the day! From 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Tim Salter Band will be performing at the pavilion, after that, you will be able to watch Brittany Hawkins Dance Studio, as well as Redeemed Cheer Academy, perform. Then at 1:00 p.m. Rush Creek Band will be rocking the stage until the Car and Bike Show awards.
The Kids Fun Zone opens at 9:00 a.m. for all-day play with wristbands only costing $10. For all those mini golf lovers, the Putt-Putt Golf course will also open at 9:00 a.m. and will be fun for the whole family!
As always proceeds from these activities will be used to help fund the Alvin Rotary Club scholarship program. So come out and have a good time knowing you are supporting the community!
The Alvin Rotary Club gratefully acknowledges the continued support of their sponsors:
Tucked between the hustle and bustle of Houston, and the sandy beaches of the Texas Gulf Coast, lies Alvin; a charming southern town with humble beginnings dating back to 1845. Here, visitors will find historical sites, antique style shopping and family-friendly adventures. Step back in time and learn about the city’s history by visiting the museums and historical sites.
Located on land originally granted to the Houston Tap and Brazoria Railroad, Alvin boasts many great recreational opportunities including 13 parks and the country’s only dedicated night lit disc golf course. Originally named Morgan by the town's residents in honor of the settlement's founding father, Alvin Morgan. The town changed its name to Alvin after discovering a Morgan, Texas already existed. Alvin was officially incorporated in 1893, making it the oldest incorporated settlement in Brazoria County. The historic Alvin Train Depot was built in 1907 and has remained a staple in the community’s long history involving the railroad.
Conveniently located, Alvin offers visitors big city attractions with small-town hospitality. Less than an hour’s drive from the Kemah Boardwalk, Space Center Houston, downtown Houston and Galveston, Alvin is the perfect place for your next stay. Enjoy your adventures and remember to EAT, STAY & PLAY in ALVIN.