THE WOODLANDS, TX – Quote of the Week: “This time I feel it. And I can’t deny the fact that you like me. Right now, you like me! – Sally Field
There are so many different events vying for attention as summer begins to wind down and the weather (hopefully) changes for the cooler soon. But while the temperatures remain warm, here are some equally warm events to do for really chilly times.
Wednesday, September 21
Are you prepared for any type of disaster? Then head to the South Library on Robbins Lake for a special Disaster Preparedness 101 to classify. Join us as Matthew from Texas A&M AgriLife Extension discusses the different types of disasters and their impact on our region in the state of Texas. Find out what essential items are needed, when to leave, evacuation routes and pre-disaster preparedness, and post-disaster assessment. Registration required.
friday september 23
Dosey Doe – The Big Barn proudly presents a winning local singer – Head of Jason “Sundance”winner of The voice, lends his vocal and instrumental talents to his fellow Texans. The barn doors open at 6:30 a.m. for a delicious dinner and Sundance starts at 8:30 a.m. Grab your tickets while you can!
Saturday September 24
If you have (or want) a green thumb, go to Rob Fleming Park Recreation Center from 9 a.m. this morning for the 25th Township Woodlands Landscaping Solutions. Meet the experts and learn how to improve your lawn and garden. Hands-on demonstrations of composting, drip irrigation, lawn care best practices, butterfly gardens and more! Native plants, vegetables and herbs, compost bins and other items for sale. Hosted by the Woodlands Township Environmental Services Department, come learn how to tap into nature at this FREE gardening event. Learn expert tips and techniques that will turn your landscape into a water- and land-friendly oasis. Learn from gardening experts; ask questions, leave inspired.
Saturday September 24
Listen ! Listen ! Arts in the Park presents The Woodlands Renaissance Faire, featuring live musical and theatrical performances by local artists and players from the Woodlands Symphony Orchestra. Other activities include children’s arts and crafts, Renaissance-themed youth and adult costume contests, and more! For this free family event, coolers, picnic baskets, blankets and lawn chairs are permitted. Glass is prohibited.
Sunday September 18
High ZZ amounts to The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion with special guests Jeff Beck and Ann Wilson for their “Raw Whiskey Tour”. The title of the tour is a tip of the hat to the upcoming album as well as the recent release of ZZ Top Tres Hombres whiskey from Balcones Distilling of Waco, TX, a tasty bill of 100% mash of roasted blue corn, barley malt and rye.