Top 5 Things to Do This Week in The Woodlands – May 27 - June 2, 2024

By: Woodlands Online Staff
| Published 05/26/2024


THE WOODLANDS, TX – Quote of the week: “A hero is somebody who understands the responsibility that comes with his freedom.” — Bob Dylan

We start the week commemorating Memorial Day as the weather warms up to reflect the summer break that the kiddos are on. As always, Woodlands Online encourages you to celebrate or commemorate the week in safety and comfort. Here are some events that might fit the bill for you and yours.

Tuesday, May 28
Boogie Bash at The Woodlands Children’s Museum presents ‘Moving Around the World’ starting at 11 a.m. Kids will be ‘traveling’ around the world through a variety of musical movement activities. Stops include Mexico (‘Mexican Hat Dance’), Japan (rhythm stick fun to ‘Haru Ga Kita’), and France (dancing to ‘Sur le Pont d’Avignon’). Included in the price of admission, which is $9 for adults and children 1 year and older.

Wednesday, May 29
Join The Woodlands Resort for an exclusive mixology masterclass, unveiling the secrets behind crafting exquisite craft cocktails by the city’s foremost mixologists. Each 30-minute session delves into the art of mixology, focusing on a distinct cocktail in every class. Whether you’re a seasoned cocktail enthusiast or a curious beginner, this experience aims to enhance your knowledge and skills, providing you with the expertise to amaze friends and family. Don’t pass up this opportunity to transform your evening into a journey of flavors and techniques. The adventure extends beyond the class – continue your night by savoring a delightful dinner at Back Table Kitchen & Bar, with the cost of your class applied to your final bill.

Friday, May 31
Come to a remarkable day of inspiration and innovation at the inaugural Montgomery County Hispanic Chamber Business Symposium – Adelante! Organizers are delighted to welcome the extraordinary NASA Astronaut and Entrepreneur, Dr. José Hernández, to the Lone Star College-System Office Community Building. Adelante! goes beyond being just an event; it represents a dynamic convergence of the Hispanic business community, seasoned professionals, visionary entrepreneurs, and industry leaders, uniting for a day filled with insightful discussions and unparalleled networking opportunities.

Saturday, June 1
Maggie Rogers brings ‘The Don't Forget Me Tour’ to The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion Special guest The Japanese House will join her for an unforgettable night of music. Don't miss the chance to experience these incredible artists live on stage!

Saturday, June 1
The nationally acclaimed Water Lantern Festival, named 2023 Best Cultural Festival by USA TODAY 10 Best Readers’ Choice Awards, is returning to City Place. The memorable experience centers around the opportunity for guests to personally design LED candle-lit lanterns – adorning them with messages of love, hope, healing and peace – and sending them off to float alongside thousands of others in City Place Park’s main pond in a magical night-time display. Highlights of the popular event include food trucks, music, vendors and games. Open to the public and free to attend, tickets to take part in the lantern elements are available with a portion of proceeds benefiting, a global nonprofit organization that helps people in need get access to safe water and sanitation.

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