Click on the locations below to see a list of festival events by location.

Barbara Bush Library

Located at 6817 Cypresswood Drive, Spring, TX, 77379
The Barbara Bush Library will present fun activities for the whole family during CreekFest:

Scavenger Hunt: 9:00am-3:00pm
Between 9am and 3pm, families can follow the clues to track down objects in every area of the library. Hunt down a secret letter at each stop. Unscramble the letters to win, and select a small gift of your choice!

Pick up your game card in the library foyer. The clues to finding the next stop are in writing and in QR codes at each location.

Book Walk: 11:00am-1:00pm
Drop by the library between 11am and 1pm for the Book Walk — just like a Cake Walk, but with books! Walk around when the music plays, and if you are on the lucky number when the music stops, you win a free book of your choice from a large selection. Open to all ages.

Cypress Creek Christian Community Center

Located at 6823 Cypresswood Drive, Spring, TX, 77379
Family Activities: 9:00am-4:00pm

The Children’s Ministry of Cypress Creek Christian Church, Cypress Creek Christian Preschool and Friday Night Live will provide a fun-filled array of games and activities throughout the day for families in the Youth Center, located directly across from the entrance to the Barbara Bush Library. Be sure to stop by the outdoor gazebo for face painting, hair painting, and more!

The Centrum

Located at 6823 Cypresswood Drive, Spring, TX, 77379
Free Children’s Series: World Rhythm Synergy: 10:00am

Presented by Cypress Creek Foundation for the Arts and Community Enrichment (FACE):
World Rhythm Synergy is a high-energy multicultural presentation. Using percussion instruments from throughout the world, musician Dan Egger-Belandria demonstrates how people of different cultural backgrounds connect through drumming and dance. From Africa to the Caribbean; South, Central and North America, World Rhythm Synergy is a musical field trip that audience members can envision while learning. Throughout this enthnomusical journey, audience members will have an opportunity to explore various African, Afro-Cuban, and Caribbean rhythms and folklore that help explain the connection between African-American history and Hispanic heritage. This concert will have you playing, dancing, even rapping!

All Children’s Series concerts are FREE and no tickets will be distributed.

Outdoor Stage: East

Located between the Centrum and the Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts
11:30am: P1-13 Percussion Band
12:00pm: Opening Ceremony with Commissioner Jack Cagle
12:15pm: Dream Performing Arts
1:00pm: Dog Costume Contest
2:00pm: Houston Dance Theatre’s Nutcracker

Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts

Located at 6815 Cypresswood Drive, Spring, TX, 77379
Family Day: 9:00am-4:00pm

Make kid-friendly art projects at the Pearl’s monthly Family Day!  Activities include:

 Quilt Block Prints
 Festive Fall OwlsFeltOwls100    Paper Flowers
  Mini Pumpkins
  Mini Pumpkins
     Marble Art
  Marble Art

 Decorative Masks
  Decorative Masks

Also – Local artists and art groups will be creating large-scale works of chalk art at multiple locations throughout CreekFest. Pick up a festival map for locations!