Due to the impact of Hurricane Harvey, the annual CreekFest Celebration of the Arts and Nature has been cancelled for October 7, 2017.

Though our resident organization facilities, parks and trails were hard hit, recovery is in progress. The community has come together in amazing ways to restore our exceptional community amenities and services. Thank you to major sponsors, Resource One Credit Union, Fidelity Investments, and Power Home Remodeling Group who have donated their sponsorships to the recovery efforts of the Cultural District non-profit organizations. Please join them in adding your contribution to the restoration of the Cultural District resident organizations. 100% of contributions will be divided among Pearl Fincher Museum, Cypress Creek FACE, The Centrum and Cypress Creek Christian Community Center, Friends of the Barbara Bush Library and the Cypress Creek Hike and Bike Trails, or you may designate a particular individual organization to which you would like your contribution directed.

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The Cypress Creek Cultural District – Spring, Texas – is a community-driven concept dedicated to meeting the cultural, recreational, spiritual, and psychological needs of all people within its service area.

The Cultural District is the hub of arts and entertainment and for social service and educational activities for Cypress Creek Community. It has become the centering point for 1,000,000+ residents of Northwest Houston and Harris County.

The centralized, civic complex includes The Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts, Barbara Bush County Library, Cypress Creek Foundation for the Arts (FACE), 63-acre Don Collins Park, softball fields, County Courthouse, Cypress Creek Christian Community Center, The Centrum and the Cypress Creek Greenway Hike and Bike Trails.

Nestled in the trees on the northern banks of Cypress Creek at 6823 Cypresswood Drive, Spring, Texas, Cypress Creek Cultural District brings together the beauty of art, music, literature, education, and the beauty of nature to enrich the body, mind and spiritual lives of the residents of Northwest Harris County.

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A Catalyst for Community!

Bringing The Arts to You!

Your Pathway to Knowledge!

Where Art and People Meet!

Hike and Bike Trails Connecting Community with the Beauty of Nature