Empower children by giving a gift that gives back to a local nonprofit Instead of navigating the crowds and long lines, make your way to The Woodlands Children’s Museum to finish your holiday shopping.
The Montgomery County Chapter of the Women’s Council of REALTORS, celebrated the tenth anniversary of their Holidays for Heroes program doing what they’ve done for the past decade, remembering the military heroes who have ensured our freedom.
With the holiday season in full swing, families are finding joy by decorating their homes and yards.
Executives rolled up their sleeves to cook breakfast honoring volunteers More than 1,000 toys for underprivileged children were donated to the Salvation Army Greater Houston Area Command Angel Tree program, courtesy of MW Cleaners’ recent 2015 MW Cares Toy Drive for Angels.
The Woodlands Children’s Museum will transform into the perfect place for holiday shopping – and for finding new titles for home libraries.
Families who were cared for by the neonatal intensive care staff at CHI St. Luke’s Health - The Woodlands were invited to reunite with their nurses at the organization’s annual holiday NICU reunion on Sunday, December 6.
Ice skating at The Woodlands Ice Rink can be twice as fun, thanks to buy-one, get-one-free coupons to the Ice Rink available at the Xfinity Service Center in The Woodlands, 1501 Lake Robbins Drive.
High Noon Countdown Squared features two celebrations on Dec. 31 The Woodlands Children’s Museum is doubling the fun for its New Year’s party designed specifically with little ones in mind.
News of an unintended pregnancy can be overwhelming for women and their families. PACN (Pregnancy Assistance Center North) is a non-profit pregnancy medical clinic that offers unbiased, client-centered care to women and men.
Great sales, holiday activities and the season’s most-wanted gifts – doors open at 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day, November 26 The merriment of the holiday season has arrived, and The Woodlands Mall is buzzing with great retailer offers at every price point, family-friendly activities and memorable holiday experiences.
Thanksgiving is a day to give thanks, Black Friday is a day to get great deals and Cyber Monday is a day to hit the Internet to cross names off one’s shopping list.
The Woodlands Mall is brimming with holiday cheer! It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Santa Claus arrived at The Woodlands Mall on Friday, November 6.
Market Street – The Woodlands will continue a much-loved holiday tradition by offering “Smile With Santa” images where children can have their photos taken with jolly ol’ St. Nick beginning Thursday, November 19
The Woodlands Township’s Parks and Recreation Department is offering a variety of holiday events for families to enjoy during the 2015 holiday season.
Be one of the first to step out onto the largest seasonal outdoor ice rink in the southwest during a special Preview Weekend of The Ice Rink at The Woodlands Town Center on Saturday, November 14, 2015 from 10 a.m. – 11 p.m.
Dancers from Conroe’s Chikawa Aztec Dance and Traditions group to join the Boogie Bash, Nov. 17 The Woodlands Children’s Museum is celebrating National American Indian Heritage Month – by hosting members of Conroe’s Chikawa Aztec Dance and Traditions group at its annual Boogie Bash.
Based on all predictions of severe inclement weather expected through the weekend, Trick or Treat Trail in The Woodlands will now take place Saturday, October 31, 2015 at Town Green Park.
Halloween is here! From trick-or-treating and attending costume parties, to carving pumpkins and going to local seasonal events, enjoy the spooky holiday while also following these safety tips to ensure a memorable and safe Halloween.
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This free event, presented by Walgreens, is filled with creative costumes, trick-or-treating on nature trails and a variety of outdoor fall activities. On October 24 from 4:30 – 7 pm kids and families will gather at the South Montgomery County Family YMCA at Creekside for Halloween at the Y presented by Walgreens.