Top 5 Things to Do This Week in The Woodlands – October 31 - November 6, 2022

By: Woodlands Online Staff
| Published 10/31/2022


THE WOODLANDS, TX – Quote of the week: “Let’s drive by the foliage! It’s so beautiful the way the leaves die.” – Jim Gaffigan

As the year steamrolls to an end, more and more seasonal events are popping up, making it darned near impossible to pick a Top 5, but we’ve done our best. Here’s a sampling, but definitely be sure to check out our full Events Calendar!

Wednesday, November 2
Last month’s planned Stevie Nicks concert at The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion has been postponed to tonight due to the songstress having succumbed to a non-Covid respiratory illness. Fortunately, it looks like Stevie is following doctors orders for continued vocal rest and is ready to rock The Woodlands! All previously purchased tickets will be honored for this new date.


Thursday, November 3
SGK Plastic Surgery’s Annual Open House
happens today from 4 - 6 p.m. Come check out this upscale event that includes VIP swag bags, specials, epic raffles, hors d’oeuvres, bubbles, and much more!


Saturday, November 5
The Howard Hughes Corporation will host the 4th annual Harvest In The Hills
model home tour and fall festival at The Woodlands Hills. Free and open to the public, Harvest In The Hills will offer family-friendly fun outdoor activities to enjoy, including interactive children’s games and crafts, art shows, photo opportunities at a festive fall patch, balloon artists, street performers, cooking demos, food, refreshments and desserts, live music and prizes. One of the features of the event includes dog shows from Bone-A-Fied Talent Group. Bone-A-Fied Talent Group will feature its celebrity dogs as they just finished the new TV movie, “Junkyard Dogs.”


Saturday, November 5
If an active shooter event occurs, are you prepared to take the steps necessary to save yourself and your loved ones? Condition 1 Combat Center will be hosting an active shooter defense seminar from 1 - 5 p.m. They will be covering both armed and unarmed responses and actions, as well as trauma care during an active shooter event. Whether you work in a corporate setting, a teacher, or someone who must attend a soft target environment, this is the training for you and your loved ones.


Sunday, November 6
Light The Night at Town Green Park
, presented by the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, invites families, friends, corporate teams, schools, coworkers, and sponsors to bring light to the darkness of cancer. Are you ready to gather as a community to celebrate, honor, and remember those touched by blood cancers? The funds raised by this community fund lifesaving research, advocacy and support for blood cancer patients and their families. Join us in the fight to cure cancer! It is highly recommended that all blood cancer patients or other immunocompromised individuals check with their healthcare provider before attending this event.


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