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THE WOODLANDS, TX – Quote of the week: “Each year, the Great Pumpkin rises out of the pumpkin patch that he thinks is the most sincere.” – Linus Van Pelt
It's the week leading up to Halloween. Since we have a separate and complete Halloween Guide, we thought our Top 5 this week should feature some decidedly unspooky events (with one notable exception).
All Week, October 24 - 30
Sure, it may be teeth-gnashing to see holiday decorations hit the shelves before Halloween even hits, but there’s one early-festive event that we don’t mind promoting. The Adventure Begins has become an official designated Toys for Tots drop-off location. Time to help make Christmas shine for our community! They are taking new, unwrapped toys now! What a great way to brighten someone's holiday.
Tuesday, October 25
As the holidays approach, stress levels will unfortunately and disproportionately rise. Join Conroe ISD's Guidance & Counseling Department as they provide to the public a district-wide community presentation called Flipping the Switch on Anxiety. This must-attend event – whether you’re a parent, student, or otherwise – will be held at Grand Oaks High School starting at 6:30 p.m.
Friday, October 28
American pop and country music duo The Bellamy Brothers will be performing at Dosey Doe - The Big Barn, and this is one concert you won’t want to miss – David and Howard will be bringing the classics and maybe even a new tune or two! Kitchen opens at 6:30 p.m. and Ryan Lindsay opens at 7:30, with the brothers taking the stage around 8:30.
Saturday, October 29
Wear your costumes and join The Woodlands Children’s Museum for its annual SpookTacular Halloween Monster Mash Party. This non-spooky, candy-free event will be filled with science monster slime, face painting, and children’s carnival type games and activities. Only $10 for everyone one year and older. The fun includes: Mr. Will Children’s Musician; Monty the Magician Magic Shows; Special Storytime with Ms. Jan; and Professor Hughdini Magic Shows.
Saturday, October 29
Celebrity Mystery Theater is coming back to Glade! Join in the fun at Glade Arts Foundation for an evening of mayhem and murder, Featuring a specially curated prix fixe dinner menu by Executive Chef Nelson Padron. Doors open at 7 p.m. Performance and dinner start at 8 o’clock. Due to the nature of the performance, late arrival will not be allowed.This is the only comedy murder mystery show with an entire cast of celebrity impersonators. As you follow the clues with hopes of solving the mystery you can’t help but wonder just who is going to be the next famous suspect. Who committed the crime? Madonna, Robin Williams… or YOU?