Top 5 Things to Do This Week in The Woodlands – August - 7, 2022

By: Woodlands Online Staff
| Published 08/01/2022


THE WOODLANDS, TX – Quote of the week: “This morning, sun endures past dawn, I realize that it is August, summer’s last stand.” – Sara Baume

It’s the final full week of summer break before most local school districts commence the new school year. Cram in some great local events while you can, including the top five that we’ve picked for this week!

It’s not too late to get all artsy before school begins! Come to Cordovan Art School and take one of their numerous weeklong camps… and be prepared to have fun painting, sketching, drawing, and working towards a portfolio that can be presented to colleges. You'll get personalized attention from professional artists who will help you learn the tricks of the trade. This camp is for art students of all skill levels. You'll learn how to start marketing yourself as an artist, develop your portfolio, and create friendships with other artists your age. Preregistration is required: there are too many camps to list here, but the link below is a good place to start.


Wednesday - Sunday, August 3-7
It’s National Watermelon Days and a couple of sibling restaurants are celebrating in style! Both Fielding’s locations – Fielding’s Wood Grill and Fielding's Local Kitchen & Bar are celebrating National Watermelon Day (Wednesday, August 3) with features from their kitchens and bars. Come enjoy the tastes of summer as they highlight the quintessential summer fruit: the watermelon. Food and cocktail features include: Watermelon Mousse; Parma ham, port wine, hazelnuts, Grana Padano, basil; Watermelon Wedge; Watermelon “Bacon”, feta, grape tomatoes, mint, chili & lime. olive oil; and Watermelon Sorbet


Thursday, August 4
The popular, free outdoor “Rock the Row” concert series continues its weekly summer run at Hughes Landing every Thursday evening until August 11. Tonight it’s Walkin' the Line (A Tribute to Johnny Cash), a band designed to bring you some timeless classics from The Man in Black. Don't forget to bring blankets, picnic baskets, coolers, and lawn chairs (glass is not permitted).


Saturday, August 6
They’re Mm Mmmm good! The Crash Test Dummies are playing at Dosey Doe - The Big Barn this evening. Doors open at 5:30 to the mouthwatering aroma of a full-course dinner that awaits. Mo Kenney will open for the band starting at 7:30. Upgraded premium seating also available!


Sunday, August 7
It’s early morning, outdoors, and fantastic! Head out to Market Street for a special event: The Woodlands Cars & Coffee for a Cause provides a morning gathering to show off special vehicles, be a supportive partner with Market Street and the local community, share information about needful non-profit organizations in Montgomery County, and to give back monetarily as well. They will be collecting coins/change, or any monetary amount for their donation to the Market Street “Change for Charities” program that will benefit four nonprofit organizations in Montgomery County each year.


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