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Meet the fidget spinner: a small, one-handed ball-bearing device that can keep you entertained for hours.
Zach Hake, Woodlands Online
There’s a whole new option in town for childcare. Children’s Lighthouse recently opened at 2183 Woodforest Parkway West in Montgomery — and is now accepting students ages 6 weeks to 12 years.
Children's Lighthouse
Special Angels of The Woodlands holds their annual fundraiser “There’s No Place Like Home” Thursday, May 4 at their new home located at Angel Oaks, (previously The Grand Palace) in Spring at 314A Pruitt Road from 5:00pm-7:30pm
Margie Taylor
The YMCA of Greater Houston is committed to healthy living and wants to share the activities that will keep children’s bodies and minds in good shape over summer break at YMCA Healthy Kids Day ® on April 22.
YMCA of Greater Houston
George and Cynthia Woods Mitchell Library will be joining the Family Place Libraries™ national network, providing a welcoming community environment with resources to help families nurture their children's development.
George and Cynthia Woods Mitchell Library
Registration is underway for the 10th annual TWFG Muddy Trails Bash on Saturday, April 1, 2017.
The Woodlands Township
Get season pool passes early, and avoid waiting in line at Township pools in May.
The Woodlands Township
The 4-year-old little girl has been battling leukemia for several months.
Kim Kyle Morgan, Woodlands Online
For the sixth year in a row, the Barnes & Noble book store at The Woodlands Mall has selected Memorial Hermann The Woodlands Hospital as its recipient for their annual holiday book drive.
Memorial Hermann The Woodlands
The Ice Rink at The Woodlands Town Center will be open for special holiday hours as schools let out for the holiday break.
The Woodlands Township
Lily Skeen, 4, is home for the holidays with her family in The Woodlands. But her battle with leukemia continues.
Kim Kyle Morgan, Woodlands Online
The Woodlands Township Neighborhood Watch recently placed #1 in the state of Texas and #2 in the nation for its 2016 National Night Out (NNO) programming.
The Woodlands Township
Lily is doing very well. She has a very bright future. Lily Skeen celebrated an early Thanksgiving with her family as she continues to battle cancer.
Kim Kyle Morgan, Woodlands Online
The Woodlands Children's Museum invites young readers and their families to a book-shopping extravaganza.
Music, lights and an adorable little boy helped launch the festivities at Market Street Nov. 17.
Kim Kyle Morgan, Woodlands Online
Students enjoy a break from the books, but some may also be thankful for a break from bullies.
Sean Thompson
Our practice has grown with The Woodlands. We are thankful for the loyalty of the community. Dr. Kaufman saw his first patient Nov. 15, 1976 after opening Woodlands Eye Associates in the Wharf Professional Building.
Randy Woods
With the help of family, Dominic Larkin will light up Market Street's 70-foot Christmas Tree.
Market Street, The Woodlands
Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan accepted.
The Woodlands Township