Top 5 Things to Do This Week in The Woodlands – April 18-24, 2022

By: Woodlands Online Staff
| Published 04/17/2022


THE WOODLANDS, TX – Quote of the week: “April hath put a spirit of youth in everything.” – William Shakespeare

Spring is already sliding towards summer as the weather gets warmer and schools prepare to let out for vacation. Before the craziness begins, here are some events that are guaranteed to help you relax and enjoy.

Tuesday, April 19
If it's Tuesday, it's all about tequila cocktails at the Glade Arts Foundation as they present their Tequila Tuesday Happy Hour. Live music is provided by local musician Ramon. Pop in for a refreshing $5 tequila cocktail, Chill in their Mercury Lounge, visit the art galleries while sipping on your favorite drink, or hang out on the best patio on The Woodlands… the choice is yours!


Friday, April 22
If you’ve never been to Texas Treeventures located at Rob Fleming Park, you’ve been missing out on an outdoor treat of treehouses, rope ladders, and reveling in the beauty of nature. And it’s even more beautiful at night as you enjoy Glow in the Park After Dark, open to people age 13 and up. Register beforehand then come by starting at 7:00 pm for a new thrilling adventure as lights will illuminate the adventure course.


Saturday, April 23
Unfortunately, it’s impossible nowadays to catch the original lineup of The Eagles in concert; members have passed on to that great stage in the sky, and even before then certain places would have to freeze over for them to reunite for a concert. Fortunately, Dosey Doe - The Big Barn has a next-to-the-best alternative: dinner and live music with Hotel California, billed as ‘The Original Eagles Tribute.’ This amazing band sounds just like the real McCoy and give one thrilling live concert to boot. Doors open and dinner commences at 6:30, concert at 8:30.


Saturday-Sunday, April 23-24
Come to the Holcomb Family YMCA for their first ever Overnight Camping Experience supported by their Resident Camp – Camp Cullen! They will have archery, games, activities, bonfire, s'mores and much more! Families are required to bring their own tent and sleeping bags. Dinner, snacks and breakfast will be provided. One registration per family.


Sunday, April 24
Since 2009, Corn Hole for a Cause has raised over $185,000 dollars for cancer-related charities providing needed assistance for cancer patients and those who care for them. Sawyer Park Ice House is getting into the spirit with its inaugural Guns vs Ladders, a charity tournament where all proceeds benefit Montgomery County law enforcement via the 100 Club and firefighters via The Woodlands Firefighters Foundation. There will be a silent auction, raffle, prizes, and more!


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