Top 5 Things to Do This Week in The Woodlands – September 11 - 17, 2023

By: Woodlands Online Staff
| Published 09/10/2023


THE WOODLANDS, TX – Quote of the week: “I’m not offended by blonde jokes because I know I’m not dumb. And I also know that I’m not blonde.” — Dolly Parton

We’re careening towards fall, and the weather is finally cooling down a tad to celebrate it. What better time than to sample some of the amazing events The Woodlands has cooking? Here’s a list of our top five faves.

Tuesday, September 12

As drug use and fentanyl rise in our nation, we would encourage you to come to Impact Church of The Woodlands to hear about and discuss these dangers. Sheriff Rand Henderson will be running the workshop ‘Protecting Ourselves from The Rise of Drug Use and The Dangers of Fentanyl.’ Please come and bring family and friends to learn about this important topic running from 7 - 9 p.m..


Thursday, September 14

Right Next Door Designs invites you to their 4th anniversary celebration ‘Popsicles & Prosecco’ from 5 - 8 p.m. Featuring ‘On A Whim’ clothing boutique, ‘Gold & Grace’ permanent jewelry specializing in custom welded jewelry pieces chosen by you, ‘Dank Beards’ 100% organic oils, balms & soap products, ‘Couture House’ high-fashion designer gowns and cocktail dresses, and ‘Quimby Franovich’ contemporary abstract art. Light appetizers served by Jacqui’s Jamaican Gourmet" Jamaican cuisine.


Friday, September 15

Join Memorial Hermann The Woodlands Medical Center in the fight and support their 23rd annual ‘In the Pink of Health’ luncheon at The Woodlands Waterway Marriott. This year’s keynote speaker will be none other than New York Times bestselling author and breast cancer survivor Elin Hilderbrand. This prolific author, with 28 novels under her belt and announcing one final novel to be published in 2024 before retirement, will inform and entertain the attendees. You do not want to miss this wonderful occasion to see her live and hear her story. Purchase your table today and support In the Pink!


Saturday, September 16

If you’re wanting to enjoy some outdoor music under slightly cooler temperatures, then head out to West Montgomery Park for the inaugural Montgomery Music in the Park festival. Get ready for an unforgettable fusion of exquisite wines, electrifying melodies, and thrilling entertainment for music lovers of all ages. Acts include the sensational Trey Gauthreaux, the electrifying Payton Howie; the country sensation Hayden Haddock, and the grand finale, the Chad Cooke Band. Montgomery Music in the Park welcomes music enthusiasts of all ages to partake in this sensational celebration. Get your groove on with general admission tickets, priced at just $20 for adults (age 13 and up), $10 for kids (age 4-12), and a heartwarming bonus: kids 3 years and under get in absolutely free!


Saturday & Sunday, September 16 - 17

The 5th annual Fall Montgomery County Home and Outdoor Living Show will showcase special guest appearances and more than 100 exhibitors, presenting the latest in-home products and services available in the market at the Lone Star Convention Center. Purchase a live tree wholesale from B&A Tree Farm. Talk to Destin Noak aka ‘Texas Garden Guy’ on Sunday. The Montgomery County Master Gardeners will have an ‘Ask the Master Gardeners’ booth. Meet Houston’s Trusted Home Expert Tom Tynan, HomeShow Radio, and Skip Richter of Houston’s #1 Gardening Expert and host of AM 740 KTRH GardenLine will be answering questions Saturday after his presentation. This year they will be celebrating teachers with half-off admission at the door, and all active military personnel, veterans, fire, police, and First responders receive a free admission at the door on Sunday. Children 12 & under are free


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