Josh and Luke Banfield enjoy ice cream and look forward to having more and seeing their friends at the first annual Labor Day Ice Cream Social at the Brown Museum in Friendswood.

First annual ice cream social set for Labor Day

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Josh and Luke Banfield enjoy ice cream and look forward to having more and seeing their friends at the first annual Labor Day Ice Cream Social at the Brown Museum in Friendswood.

Josh and Luke Banfield enjoy ice cream and look forward to having more and seeing their friends at the first annual Labor Day Ice Cream Social at the Brown Museum in Friendswood.

Friendswood residents are invited to step back in time at the 1st Annual Old Fashioned Ice Cream Social, sponsored and hosted by Friends of Downtown Friendswood Association (FDFA) and Friendswood Historical Society on Labor Day.

The social will be held Sept. 5, from 3 to 5 p.m. on the grounds of the Frank J. Brown Heritage Museum.

Volunteers will be serving ice cream, cookies, lemonade and root beer.

Live music will be played from the front porch of the museum.

Frank J. Brown Heritage Museum is housed in a replica of the first house built in Friendswood in 1895, the home of the founder, Frank J. Brown. It is located at 108 Skyview in Friendswood.

Friends of Downtown Friendswood is a volunteer organization created by citizens seeking to revitalize our downtown district. Their mission is to support the vision of Downtown Friendswood by enhancing the economic vitality, promotion, marketing, fostering of partnerships, and acting as the lead advocate for Downtown Friendswood. For more information go to Downtownfriendswood.com or Facebook: Friends of Downtown Friendswood.

The Friendswood Historical Society is a non-profit organization incorporated in the State of Texas on Nov. 22, 1968. The membership is composed of those who appreciate the unique history of Friendswood and choose to support the Society’s mission with their dues and/or their volunteer labor. For more information go to friendswoodhistoricalsociety.org.

Story and photo by Karolyn Gephart