Top 5 Things to do in The Woodlands

By: Hannah Brown, Woodlands Online Staff
| Published 09/15/2019


Mid-September can often feel like a bit of doldrums, socially speaking. It’s still hot out but school has started; Halloween and the holidays are still distant, but summer fun? Over. It’s okay, fellow bored person! We’ve got you covered. Without further ado -- our top five picks for things to do around The Woodlands this week.

On Wednesday, get a little exercise and make a new friend by joining other volunteers at the Montgomery County Animal Shelter’s Dog Walking Night. All are welcome, but please note that the shelter requests that first-time volunteers attend a new volunteer orientation, held every Saturday.

Thursday brings an opportunity for Sunset Yoga. Relax as the sun goes down and create mindfulness with meditation, breathing and focus on complete body awareness. Anyone age 16 or older is welcome to attend, just bring your mat! The Township accepts payment of class fees monthly, seasonally, or on a drop-in basis -- all you have to do is register. Click here for more information on registration, fees, and scheduling. Classes are held at the Rob Fleming Recreational Center.

Let loose, put on your dancing shoes, and holler “TGIF” at The Westin at The Woodlands this Friday night: it’s Country Night. Head on over for a fantastic performance by the Drywater Band and two step the night away with your favorite Country Hits. Attendance is restricted to those 21 and over. Click here to purchase tickets.

Trying to extend your late-summer harvests well into the fall? Look no further than a fall organic gardening workshop hosted at Nature’s Way Resources. Workshop leaders include a master gardener whose clients include the Houston Zoo and the University of Texas. Light refreshments will be served, and the fee for registration is $10. Click here to register.

Relax and prepare for the weekend at Dosey Doe’s Sunday Jazz Brunch. Join the folks over at the Big Barn on Sunday for a full breakfast buffet and live music from Joe Burlison's Uptown Jazz from 9:00 a.m. through 2:00 p.m.

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