Top 5 Things to Do This Week in The Woodlands – April 29 - May 5, 2024

By: Woodlands Online Staff
| Published 04/28/2024


THE WOODLANDS, TX – Quote of the week: “When life brings winds of change that almost blow you over, close your eyes, hold on tight, and believe.” — Lisa Lieberman-Wang

We're getting periously close to summer; right now is the sweet spot between the winter winds and the dog days of summer. Celebrate with us with some amazing events!

Tuesday, April 30
Boogie Bash at The Woodlands Children’s Museum today at 11 a.m. presents ‘Bon Appétit Bop.’ Sing and move to some fun food songs. You’re guaranteed to work up an appetite! Included in the price of admission, which is $9 for adults and children 1 year and older.

Thursday, May 2
Come join the Richmond Realty Group for a delightful evening filled with gourmet cuisine, exquisite wines, premium spirits, and captivating entertainment at the 2024 ‘Shelter for Shelter’ event. Mix and mingle with fellow community leaders, local enterprises, and renowned eateries as they come together to champion YES to YOUTH - Montgomery County Youth Services. It’s a night not to be missed, graciously hosted by The Howard Hughes Corporation.

Saturday, May 4
Join Copendero Indoor Archery, Pistol, & Rifle Range for an exciting day filled with firearm demos featuring a wide array of Watchtower firearms for just $15. The fee covers everything: range fee, rental fee, ammo, eye/ear protection, and your target. They’re also honored to have retired Navy SEAL Veteran, and Watchtower Firearms’ very own CCO, Ray ‘Cash’ Care, with them during the event. And here’s the cherry on top – everyone who participates will be entered for a chance to win amazing hourly prizes.

Saturday, May 4
Spend a Saturday afternoon with Suzie Baker at Tartaglia Fine Art. Well loved, highly awarded and collected, they caught Suzie in between her travels to Plein Air Events. Her next stop is Galveston for Plein Air Southwest and then The Great Smoky Mountains for the 11th Annual Plein Air Convention and Expo. She was just awarded a Bronze Medal for her painting ‘Past Present and Future’ at the Oil Painters of America exhibition in Wichita, Kansas. Suzie is past President of OPA. Last month she was the winner of the Mycenas Collectors Choice award at Forgotten Coast En Plein Air in Florida.

Sunday, May 5
The Woodlands Symphony Orchestra is thrilled to commemorate the milestones of two monumental compositions in classical music history: the 150th anniversary of Modest Mussorgsky’s ‘Pictures at an Exhibition’ and the 100th birthday of George Gershwin’s ‘Rhapsody in Blue.’ Renowned for their ability to transcend time and captivate audiences, these pieces will be brought to life by the WSO alongside Maurice Ravel’s enchanting ‘Bolero.’ The evening's program will also feature visual enhancements accompanied by captivating artwork displayed on widescreen projectors.

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