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Sugar Plum Market Will Bring Magic to Local Charities Impacted by Hurricane Harvey November 2-4th

Posted September 24, 2017

The Sugar Plum Market is almost here!  Presented by the Fort Bend Junior Service League (FBJSL) and Memorial Hermann, the theme for the 17th Annual Market is “Believe in The Magic.”  Shoppers will be treated to spectacular holiday décor, wonderful vendors, and a fantastic weekend of shopping on Friday, November 3rd and Saturday, November 4th at the Stafford Centre Performing Arts Theatre and Convention Center.  Proceeds from the Market will benefit local Fort Bend County charities.

Sugar Plum Market Recognizes Top Sponsors to Date

posted on August 2017

The Sugar Plum Market is a great way to kick-off the holiday season in Fort Bend County, but more importantly, it’s a wonderful opportunity to give back to a number of worthy charities.  “Believe in the Magic” is the theme of the 17th Annual Market, which will pay tribute to the many organizations that have benefited from Market proceeds through the years.  The Fort Bend Junior Service League (FBJSL) and Memorial Hermann invite the community to join them for what is sure to be another stellar event.  The Market will take place at the Stafford Centre Performing Arts Theatre and Convention Center Friday, November 3rd and Saturday, November 4th.  Preview Night has been set for the evening of Thursday, November 2nd.

 

Sugar Plum Market Planning for Another Sell Out Preview Party!

posted on July 20, 2017

With 6 years of a sell out crowd, the Sugar Plum Market Preview Night Party has become the most popular way to kick off the holiday season in Fort Bend County!  Grab your girlfriends and come enjoy this ultimate Girls’ Night Out with an exclusive evening of shopping at more than 100 gorgeous merchant booths, sip on delicious drinks, enjoy tasty cuisine provided by 26 Daisies, and much more!  Presented by the Fort Bend Junior Service League (FBJSL) and Memorial Hermann, the 2017 Preview Night will be held Thursday, November 2nd from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.

 

 

Fort Bend Junior Service League and Memorial Hermann

posted on June 22, 2017

The Fort Bend Junior Service League (FBJSL) is pleased to announce the return of Memorial Hermann as Title Sponsor of the Sugar Plum Market.  The 17th Annual Market will feature the theme “Believe in The Magic” and will focus on the many charitable organizations that have benefited from Market proceeds through the years.  “We are thrilled once again to be the Title Underwriter for FBJSL’s 2017 Sugar Plum Market.  We have enjoyed a fantastic relationship with FBJSL over the years and celebrate this signature event that brings so much to so many in need.  We share a responsibility to serve this community, and we look forward to the synergies that we will create together as we align our efforts to this end,” commented Greg Haralson, Senior Vice President/CEO of Memorial Hermann Sugar Land Hospital and Memorial Hermann Southwest Hospital.

 

 

Sugar Plum Market Helps Lunches of Love Feed Hungry Children Across Fort Bend County

posted April 30, 2017

The Sugar Plum Market is racing ahead to another stellar event!  Since 2001, the holiday shopping extravaganza has raised over $2.2 million for numerous Fort Bend County non-profit organizations.  Previous grants have contributed to educational programs, food pantries, assistance for women and children, literacy programs, and many other charitable needs.  The 17thAnnual Market, presented by the Fort Bend Junior Service League (FBJSL) and Memorial Hermann, will focus this year’s “Believe in the Magic” theme on the amazing organizations that have benefited from these grants through the years.

 

 

Sugar Plum Market Begins 17th Year of “Believe in the Magic”

posted on March 2o, 2017

“Believe in the Magic” is the theme of the 2017 Sugar Plum Market, but it’s also what the Fort Bend Junior Service League (FBJSL) has been doing since its inception in 2001.  Through funds raised at the popular holiday shopping event, the Sugar Plum Market has donated an impressive amount of over $1.9 million to various Fort Bend County charities.  Those grants have and will continue to brighten the spirits of so many in need.