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Free festival, trail rides and BBQ cook-off planned at George Bush Airport

The event will feature free food, live entertainment, kid activities like bounce houses, a balloon artist and face painting.

HOUSTON – The Houston Airport System is inviting the public to a free family-friendly festival and BBQ cook-off on the north side of George Bush Intercontinental Airport on May 5.

The event will take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Mayor Sylvester Turner and directors from the airport system will be in attendance to celebrate the 15th anniversary of the Houston Airport Rangers.

The event will feature free food, live entertainment, kid activities like bounce houses, a balloon artist and face painting. Trail rides will be made available as the Houston Airports Rangers celebrate their 15th Anniversary lending to security to the airport's perimeter.

Parking for the event is free. Enter the airport’s north trail head at FM 1960 and Farrell Road.

About the Houston Airport Rangers:

The Airport Rangers Program is the only airport equestrian volunteer program in the United States. It was created in 2003 to increase the security of George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) through community participation. The program was a hit from the start. Enrollment quickly surpassed 200 members, and thousands of patrol hours have been added to the security system at IAH.

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