Mischer - Planned Communities, Residential and Commercial Developer

November 2012

Houston Zoo Lights Starts New Holiday Tradition

Houston Zoo, Zoo Lights

Carolers, s'mores, some friendly animals and a charming display of holiday spirit greeted Houston Zoo sponsors, donors and friends at the launch of the first-ever Zoo Lights. Zoo vice president of marketing David Brady said that the goal was to create an interactive holiday light experience that Houstonians could enjoy close to home, rather than driving to Galveston or College Station.

Mischer Development and Perry Homes Present Home to Marine Hero in Cypress Creek Lakes

Perry Homes, Helping a Hero, Homes for Heros

Hundreds of guests including prominent community leaders gathered on Veteran’s Day, Monday, November 12th, to celebrate the Helping a Hero home dedication to SSG Marty Gonzalez, USMC (Ret.) and his family in Cypress Creek Lakes.

Perry Homes built the home and Cypress Creek Lakes donated the homesite for Gonzalez, his wife and three children as part of the HelpingaHero.org Wounded Hero Home Program.

Uptown Lighting Ceremony Set for Thanksgiving Night

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Every year on Thanksgiving evening, thousands of Houstonians and out-of-town guests gather along Post Oak Boulevard for the annual Uptown Houston Holiday Lighting. This FREE family event features festive music by local groups including the Houston Concert Band, Salvation Army Harbor Light Choir, Houston Choral Showcase, Houston Children's Chorus and more; holiday characters including clowns and larger than life Santa’s reindeer; a special appearance from Santa; lighting of more than a half million twinkling lighting on 80 trees and an incredible fireworks extravaganza.

Start Your Holiday Shopping at the Houston Ballet Nutcrcker Market

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Since it began in 1981, the annual Nutcracker Market has raised more than $32 million for the Houston Ballet and become a must-attend event for serious holiday shoppers.

This year's extravaganza, Nov. 8-11, will pay tribute to its founder, Preston Frazier, who died in May. With a "Tinseltown" theme featuring Hollywood glam, it's expected to bring tens of thousands of people to Reliant Center. There, for $13 apiece, they can browse among nearly 700,000 square feet of booths.