Top 5 Things to Do This Week in The Woodlands

By: Rachel Norton
| Published 09/20/2021


THE WOODLANDS, TX – Quote of the week: 'You yourself, as much as anybody in the entire universe, deserve your love and affection.' - Buddha | Here’s our pick of the top five things to do in The Woodlands this week:

Alejandro Bulgheroni Wine Dinner
September 21 at 7:30 PM
Fielding's Local Kitchen & Bar
Fielding's Local kitchen + bar is hosting another Wine Dinner! Guests will taste wine from the famous entrepreneur and billionaire, Alejandro Bulgheroni, made by famous winemaker Philippe Melka. Plus a coursed meal from Chef Edel.

Men's & Family Night
September 21 from 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Quality of Life Chiropractic - Magnolia
Men receive two free drink tickets at Deacon Baldy's Bar & Food Trucks, and the first 50 men will get a swag bag for their family! They will have six door prizes that anyone can win, and a grand prize of dinner & drinks for two for the men who participate in the passport competition. The event supports Community Assistance Center of Montgomery County.

2021 Brooks & Dunn with Travis Tritt and Tucker Beathard
September 24
The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
Brooks & Dunn will spend the bulk of the summer on the road. In January, the country duo announced the Brooks & Dunn Reboot 2020 Tour, its first trek in 10 years.

Celebrity Murder Mystery Theater and Dinner
September 24 from 7:00 PM - 11:30 PM
Glade Arts Foundation
Celebrity Mystery Theater, a show that first reached its success in New York, Boston and Las Vegas is coming back to Glade Arts Foundation with a new show! Featuring a specially curated prix-fixe dinner menu by Executive Chef Nelson Padron.

Arts in the Park featuring Shakespeare in the Park
September 25 from 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
The Woodlands Township
The Woodlands Township invites you to enjoy an evening with family and friends at Rob Fleming Park! Bring lawn chairs, grab a bite to eat at the food trucks and enjoy a FREE live Shakespeare theatre performance of Othello by Points North Theatre Company and The Woodlands Jazz Orchestra. 

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