Top 5 Things to Do This Week in The Woodlands – February 19 - 25, 2024

By: Woodlands Online Staff
| Published 02/18/2024


THE WOODLANDS, TX – Quote of the week: “The ear of the leader must ring with the voices of the people.” — President Woodrow Wilson

With this week, we’re only a month away from winter officially turning to spring. The weather is already getting more pleasant, and without jinxing it we think there won’t be any more hard freezes until several months from now. The Woodlands is chock full of indoor and outdoor activities and events to keep you in the celebrating mood; here’s a sampling with our top five.

Tuesday, February 20

In all the hype of Valentine’s Day last week, you may have been too busy ensuring the spouse was feeling properly romanced that maybe the kiddos didn’t get their own share of the attention. Make it up to them tonight by taking them to any of the Crust Pizza locations in The Woodlands for their Kids Eat Free Tuesday. Dine-in only, but what a deal and a great place to enjoy it in. Open to families with kids 12 and younger, you get two Free Kids Meals per every adult entree you buy.


Thursday, February 22

The Woodlands Area Chamber of Commcerce’s C.A.R.E.S. Committee is proud to sponsor a Music Bingo event benefiting the Executive Women’s Alliance. Play six rounds of music bingo and help raise funds for scholarships and win fabulous prizes valued at $100+. Executive Women’s Alliance is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Taking place at Two Tones Dueling Piano Bar; Check-In: 4:30 p.m., Bingo 5:00 p.m. - 7:45 p.m. Fees/Admission $30 – One card / six rounds of music bingo.


Friday, February 23

Here’s one charming event: You’re invited from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. to Robichau’s Jewelry for their chain and charm event. They will have multiple chains and charms to choose from to create just the look you want; perfect for legacy gifts to family members and friends.


Saturday, February 24

Mark your calendars for a fun-filled morning at the Township’s annual Touch-A-Truck event. Get up close and personal with all kinds of big trucks, off-road mudders, various first responder vehicles, and more. This is a great opportunity to get up close and personal with a multitude of big trucks, various first responders’ vehicles, and other large vehicles. This is a free, hands-on event fit for all ages, so everyone is encouraged to mark the calendar for a fun-filled morning. Drivers and operators will be on hand to educate the public about their vehicles, assist in demonstrations, pose for photographs and answer any questions. The morning is full of food trucks, fun, a Kid Zone, and everything you want to know about big vehicles.


Saturday - Sunday, February 24 - 25

We don’t like to get too hyperbolic, but the Township is offering something that could save your life with its Wilderness First Aid. This 16-hour course is an educational resource for those involved in activities that take them beyond the boundaries of traditional urban emergency medical services. Hikers, backpackers, kayakers, canoeists, fisherman, and victims of natural disasters often find themselves in situations where definitive medical care is delayed more than 30 minutes. This course is approved by the American Camping Association, Boy Scouts & Girl Scouts of America, various youth groups and youth camps. Two-year certification issued upon successful completion of class. For ages 14+. Fee (Per Person): $165 Resident; $175 Non-Resident. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days at the Rob Fleming Rec Center Tree House 1.


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