Top 5 Things to Do This Week in The Woodlands – June 24 - 30, 2024

By: Woodlands Online Staff
| Published 06/23/2024


THE WOODLANDS, TX – Quote of the week: “Dr. Sam Beckett never returned home.” — Worst ever ending to a television series

For our first full week of summer, the weather is trying to figure out exactly how it wants to be, but so far it’s looking like several days of sunny skies with moderate temperatures. There’s so much going on, this week we ot only have our typical Top 5 list, but we’ve also added a couple of honorable mentions.

Tuesday, June 25
Indulge in an exquisite soirée of French gastronomy that transcends the ordinary at Fielding’s Local Table + Bar. Embark on a culinary journey orchestrated by the masterful hands of their esteemed French chef, Edelberto Goncalves. Immerse yourself in the rich flavors and aromas that evoke the idyllic vistas of the rolling hillsides of the French countryside. Elevate your palate with an exquisite fusion of delectable cuisine and fine wines meticulously curated to tantalize your senses. Secure your reservation today and partake in this exclusive rendezvous with French culinary excellence. Note that they do not take online reservations for Wine Dinners.; instead, call 281-351-2225 to book your seats.

Wednesday, June 26
You’ve heard rocking symphonies before – but never quite like this. The nature of Pink Floyd’s music made it a natural match for the Houston Symphony Orchestra, who will take the stage at The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion. Unusual harmonies, ethereal high string lines and rich underscore allowed the orchestra to enhance what the band was playing. And much of the synthesizer sounds are recreated within the orchestration. Of course, the sound effects that are expected with the Pink Floyd sound are accurately reproduced in the show. Expect to be swept up in the course of these storied songs. Whether you’ve loved Pink Floyd since the beginning, adore complex classical music, or just want to experience something new – this show is for you… for FREE.

Thursday, June 27
If you want an illuminating experience, check out the Glow In The Dark Paint Class at Two Tones Dueling Piano Bar starting tonight at 6 p.m. with a 5:45 check-in time. This class by Ms Brandi Hensen will teach you to create your own neon / glow in the dark artwork to take home. All the supplies are included in the price of your ticket, as is one alcoholic drink or mocktail, the Happy Hour menu till 7 p.m., and Dueling Piano show seats without door covers.

Saturday, June 29
Get ready for an action-packed day of firearms fun at Copendero Indoor Archery, Rifle, and Pistol Range’s inaugural Springfield Armory Range Day starting at 10 a.m. For just $15, you’ll get exclusive access to demo a wide selection of Springfield Armory firearms on their fully enclosed, climate-controlled range. Ticket price includes range fee, Springfield rental fees, ammo, targets, and eye/ear protection. But that’s not all! Your entry fee also earns you a chance to win fantastic prizes, including the grand prize: a FREE Springfield Armory 2020 .22LR Bolt-Action Rifle equipped with a Leupold Scope and Surefire Suppressor.

Saturday, June 29
Please join The Woodlands Arts Council for their inaugural ‘Art Matters Series’ presented in conjunction with their celebratory ‘Golden Vision’ exhibition. The admission ticket price of $30 includes lunch, and the workshop is an additional $60 with all materials provided. Series admission ticket includes Artist Talk with Ginette Mailloux, Demonstrations from Jeff Lung & Tom LaRock, and Panel Discussion: Finding Space & Time for Creativity with Marlo Saucedo, Bob Mosier, Joan Tilton, and Joseph Staley, and lunch

And here are our honorable mentions:

On Tuesday, June 25, prepare yourself for a world gone crazy with expert advice on what you need in your first aid kit to handle any situation with Survival Class: Your First Aid Kit for Hard Times, featuring Special Guest: Dr. Mark ‘Merriwether’ Vorderbruggen. A survival kit is essential for when the world goes crazy because it ensures you have the necessary tools and supplies to handle emergencies. In times of chaos, basic services like water, food, medical care, and communication might become unavailable. A well-stocked survival kit can provide you peace of mind, knowing you're prepared to face uncertain and potentially dangerous situations.

On Sunday, June 30, The Doobie Brothers, along with The Robert Cray Band, are scheduled to perform at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, with the show starting at 7:30 p.m.. This show is part of the Xfinity Concert Series. Guests are encouraged to register for important updates by texting DoobieBros24 to (877) 350-1693, and be sure to familiarize yourself with the Pavilion’s strict bag policies..

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