Top 5 Things to Do This Week in The Woodlands – January 23 - 29, 2023

By: Woodlands Online Staff
| Published 01/23/2023


THE WOODLANDS, TX – Quote of the week: “Weather forecast for tonight: dark.” – George Carlin

Woodlands-area weather this week will be a bit all over the map, according to the Woodlands Online Weekly Weather forecast, and you might think it’s a bit daft to make plans when you don’t know how the elements will work with you. Don’t worry; here is a list of some events this week that will fit the bill come clouds or sun!

Thursday, January 26
It’s time for that Woodlands-area annual event guaranteed to make your taste buds tingle and your palate praise the heavens. Taste of the Town 2023, presented by The Woodlands Area Chamber of Commerce, is a paradise for foodies looking to fulfill their cravings and sample local area cuisine all in one night! For one low price, guests can sample mouth-watering appetizers, entrees, desserts, pastries, and drinks from more than 40 of the area's finest establishments. Adults: $45 prepaid; $50 at the door (includes two alcoholic drink tickets and unlimited samples, water and soda); Children, ages 5-11: $25 prepaid; $30 at the door (includes unlimited samples, water and soda). Doors open 5 p.m. at The Woodlands Waterway Marriott.


Friday, January 27
Join The Woodlands Township for a special evening where moms and sons can save the night at their Second Annual Mother-Son Date Night Prom 2.0 - Heroes of the Night. Head over to Rob Fleming Recreation Center and enjoy a memorable night of dancing to age-appropriate music, refreshments, and a special keepsake. If mother can’t attend, maybe grandma, an aunt, or big sister can! If you have more than one son, bring them all! Super Hero attire costumes encouraged. Preregistration required. Fee (Per Pair): $50 Resident; $60 Non-Resident; $15 Additional Sibling.


Saturday, January 28
Village Books & Guitar Houston Presents 'On Canal Street' music concert featuring jazz and soul and a musical trip down one of New Orleans iconic streets. This group are award-winning musicians including New Orleans vocalist Kim Prevost, 7-string guitarist Bill Solley, and New York based musicians pianist Amina Figarova and flutist Bart Platteau. One night only with this amazing concert; don't miss this one starting at 8:00 p.m.


Saturday, January 28
How about enjoying some beautiful art for a worthy cause? Join The Woodlands Arts Council at The Woodlands Mall Nordstrom Courtyard today from 12 noon to 4 p.m. to view the annual Student Art Scholarship Gallery Presentation. Graduating seniors from Montgomery County have submitted 2D, 3D and literary works of art across all mediums for the community to enjoy, and these art pieces are the students’ official entries into the Council’s annual scholarship drive, allowing some local budding young artists the ability to get some of their further education’s tuitions taken care of. This event is free to the public.


Sunday, January 29
Rain or shine, a relaxing stroll under the canopy of trees can be quite therapeutic, and the Township has just the event today: Forest Bathing, also known as Forest Therapy, is a slow and relaxed stroll of approximately three hours – and a distance no longer than one mile – through a natural environment. During the walk that commences at Texas TreeVentures Pavilion, Gabriela, Forest Therapy Guide, will help you awaken your senses and slow down to be present, away from your worries, and connected to nature. Fee (Per Session, Ages 5 to 12): $20 Resident; $30 Non-Resident Fee (Per Session, Ages 12+): $40 Resident; $50 Non-Resident.


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