An important chapter
Guest Speakers | Light Bites | Beer + Wine
As we continue our journey with Indigo, we aim to lead the way for generations that will follow us, cultivating a resilient community that will grow and thrive on its own. We’re beyond excited for our full bellied future, but a big part of who we are also comes from where we’ve been. That’s why we’ve teamed up with the Fort Bend Museum to bring you our next local event—A History of Indigo.
Join us for a night at the museum with light bites, beer & wine (21+), and an expert panel of some very special individuals who will share a range of insights into the history of the land. Moderated by Meristem Communities (Indigo’s developer), the conversation is sure to be thoughtful and eye-opening. Get to know about our history, sample local produce from Agmenity, and support an organization that has spent more than 50 years preserving the history of Fort Bend County. Tickets are $15 per person and will include food & drink, and 100% of proceeds will go to the Fort Bend Museum.
Rudy De La Cruz, Jr., Texas Heritage Project of AITSCM
Dr. Theresa Jach, Author, Professor & Historian
Makenzie Uwe, Fort Bend Museum
Food + drink provided by
Agmenity (cultivator of Indigo’s farm)
The Twisted Board
While the evening’s first order of business is our history, we will—of course—be happy to answer your questions about Indigo, too. We’ll have all of our most recent floor plans on hand, as well as some extra special Indigo swag. Spoiler alert, it’s new and you want it ;)
Space is limited for this event, so be sure to get your tickets while you still can. We hope to see you soon!
Here's another chance to join us for a full bellied afternoon of conversations, libations, and a sneak peek of our floor plans! Make sure you RSVP ASAP for your chance to join us for a full bellied afternoon of conversations, libations, and a sneak peek of our floor plans.
Chat directly with the Founding Partners of Meristem Communities, Clayton Garrett and Scott Snodgrass, and mingle with our builder partners from David Weekley Homes, Highland Homes, and Empire Communities. This is the perfect time to ask them all your questions about the community and floor plans (anything is game, we are here to spill secrets)! Grab a bite, have a beer (21+), and get to know the minds behind Indigo.
Reserve your desired time ASAP before they're all gone!
UPDATE: As of December 19, this event is sold out. Did you miss out on your chance to attend our Indigo: In the Know event? Here's your opportunity to let us know. If we get enough new friends to sign up, we just might have another one! More Indigo please!
You're invited to throw away those resolutions and join the developer of Indigo, Meristem Communities, for a full bellied afternoon of conversations, libations, and a sneak peek of our floor plans before anybody else!
Have you met Clayton Garrett and Scott Snodgrass of Meristem Communities yet? Now is your chance! Please join them—and us—for an afternoon of hosted eats and drinks in Richmond. Grab a bite, have a beer (21+), and get to know the minds behind Indigo. This is the perfect time to ask them all of your questions about the community (anything is game, we are here to spill secrets). You might even meet your future next door neighbor
We’re kicking off our holiday season at Richmond’s 8th Annual Pecan Harvest Festival—celebrating the rich history of pecans in Fort Bend County—and having a darn good time. Admission is free for all ages.
Bonus: We’ll be bringing FREE commemorative Indigo x Pecan Festival koozies for everyone!*
Food Trucks | Farmers Market | Pecan Bake-Off | Beer & Wine Garden
Live Entertainment | Artisan Vendors | Classic Car Show | Kids Zone
Join us in historic downtown Richmond for a full-bellied day with the whole family. Bring your friends! Packed with fall foods (plenty of pecans), artisan crafts, kids activities, and a classic car show, there’s something fun for every member of your fam.
A portion of the proceeds from the event will benefit Richmond Rotary's charitable giving programs in the community, such as scholarships for Lamar and Foster high school students, support for Fort Bend Women's Center, Nery's Promise, bed building projects with Sleep in Heavenly Peace and many other local non-profit partnerships and international giving through The Rotary Foundation.
*Limit one per person, while supplies last.
We're super excited to be joining the Sunday Farmstand + Market at Jax and 7th this month. Come visit us and support your local Fort Bend Makers, providing baked goods, handmade crafts, and more. Look for the Indigo tent—we've got goodies galore, and would love to talk shop—or just say hello. We'd love to meet you. See you there!
Join Meristem Communities, the developers of Indigo, at the Fort Bend History Association's annual Bites & Brews fundraising event.
Thursday, November 9
6:00pm - 9:00pm
Fort Bend Museum
410 S. Fifth Street | Richmond, TX 77469
Fill your bellies with local libations and foodie favorites while you enjoy a night under the stars with live music, dancing, and museum tours. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to ask Meristem your questions about Indigo, and help preserve Fort Bend County history for generations to come.