Kamp Houston to host rodeo-themed, family-friendly weekend
Kamp Houston is hosting a rodeo-themed family-friendly weekend from March 26 to March 28. HOUSTON – The rodeo must go on. A Houston restaurant and lounge, Kamp Houston, announced a rodeo-themed family-friendly weekend from Friday to Sunday. The menu will feature a “Kamp Out” barbeque plate and seafood boil. Kamp Houston is located at 6025 Westheimer Road in the Galleria area.
Say it ain’t so: Rodeo Houston canceled for 2021
HOUSTON – It all started with the cancellation of Rodeo Houston 2020 and now coronavirus has come full circle in the Houston area with the announcement that the 2021 event is no more. According to the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, the weeks-long event, which had been rescheduled to May 4 through 23, has been canceled. Also canceled for this year are the Downtown Rodeo Parade, Trail Ride activities, Rodeo Uncorked! “The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo is one of the most significant events held in Houston every year. I support their decision and look forward to a bigger Houston Rodeo in 2022.”Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo also released a statement that said:Ad“I want to commend the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo for protecting the health and safety of our community.
Plans for 2021 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo announced
HOUSTON – The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo announced its plans for the 2021 livestock show Thursday. The rodeo stated that it’s committed to continuing to promote agriculture and support Texas youth amid the coronavirus pandemic. READ: Rodeo Houston planning to reopen in 2021. Entries for the 2021 Junior Show will open Nov. 15 and close Dec. 15. READ: Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo announces official dates for 2021“While our 2021 Livestock Show might look different amidst COVID-19, we are optimistic that we will be able to welcome back our Open Show exhibitors to the Rodeo grounds in 2022, and give them the experience that they deserve and expect at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo,” Boleman said.
Houston Rodeo maintaining public health precautions in response to local coronavirus cases
HOUSTON – Houston Rodeo has not changed its health precautions for this year’s festival, as the first positive cases of the coronavirus are announced in the Houston area, according to officials. The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo announced, since the start of the season, it has been working with the Houston Health Department daily to prevent the spread of germs and bacteria. “While people need to remain vigilant, there is currently no need for the average person to take out-of-the-ordinary protective actions,” the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo said in a statement Thursday. However, in consideration of our guests and the community, the Houston Rodeo outlined these measures to help ensure the health and safety of our guests, including:Nearly doubled the amount of hand sanitizer stations availableIncreased backstock of hand sanitizerIncreased frequency of sanitizing common touchpoints, including handrails, doorknobs, faucets, foodservice counters, etc. Helpful links