Top 5 things to do this week in The Woodlands - April 15, 2019

By: Brynn Rader
| Published 04/14/2019


THE WOODLANDS, TX -- Holiday weeks and weekends brim with schedule changes and activities. With the arrival of Easter weekend, be sure you reference our Easter Events Guide sponsored by The Woodlands United Methodist Church. We’ve also rounded up five other activities appealing to different age groups.

Pinot’s Palette moved to a new location in the Sam Moon Center. The featured painting on Monday, April 15 is entitled “Moonshine.” When the sun goes down and the water is just right, you will find the magic recipe to create your moonshine painting. All supplies are included in the class fee of $28 per artist. This is a fun way to be social and work on your painting skills. Pinot’s Palette sells wine, beer and soft drinks. However, you are free to bring your own food and beverages. They provide the wine glasses, ice, ice buckets and bottle openers. Register here.

Little ones will have a blast at The Woodlands Children’s Museum during their Happy Feet Spring 2019 workshops. Young dancers, ages 2 and 3, will explore motor skills such as hopping, jumping and skipping while discovering the basic positions of the body and dance terminology. Thursday, April 18 begins a new workshop series. Click here for more information.

Bob Goff, the best-selling author of “Love Does” and “Everybody Always,” will be coming to The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion on Good Friday, April 19. This is a free event in which Goff’s message will encourage people to put their love into action. Fun and interactive activities for children are also scheduled.

Everybody loves a bargain. Living in The Woodlands means our community is kept beautiful and appealing through the deeds, covenants and restrictions in place. It also means we don’t often get to bargain hunt at garage sales. Twice a year The Woodlands Flea Market and Garage Sale arrives in The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion parking garage. Residents of The Woodlands and other communities set up booths to sell used household goods and other merchandise. You can find meaning in the phrase “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure” on Saturday, April 20, to be held rain or shine from 7 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.

While others are busy with holiday activities, you may be more interested in going fishing. How about trying your hand at fly casting? The Woodlands Township is hosting a three-hour fly casting clinic on Sunday, April 21. You must register before the event. Search for fly casting on the parks and recreation page to find the event and register. The class for age 14 and up is $40 for residents and $45 for non-residents.

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