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This impressive trio of siblings blew me away. Paislie, 14, is the oldest. Lane, 8, is the youngest, and Brylie, 12, is the second youngest.
Ruben Borjas, Jr., Columnist, Montgomery County News
The Learning Zoo has announced that, due to school being back in session, it is changing its operating hours.
Sean K. Thompson
Visit The Learning Zoo on Monday, January 16 from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. as the zoo announces special hours for the Martin Luther King Day holiday. Bring the whole family out to explore the zoo, meet amazing animals, and maybe get your picture taken wi
The Learning Zoo
A full schedule of fun and play. Spend Nickelodeon’s Worldwide Day of Play at The Woodlands Children’s Museum Saturday, September 17.
Justin Dunford
An individual's rights weighed against public health concerns. The start of the fall school semester brings up the hotly contested topic whether to vaccinate children with the annual required vaccinations.
J. Werner
Super Hero Day, slated for 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 12, is guaranteed to capture the imaginations of children who want to try on a cape and emulate a favorite crusader.
Shake Your Summer Sillies Out is a full day of fun, slated for 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 19.
Friendship Day to be celebrated at The Woodlands Children's Museum August 1.
Justin Dunford
DreamWorks Animation and CineConcerts, along with The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, announce DreamWorks Animation in Concert for a one night only engagement.
Cameron Klepac, Assistant Director of Public Relations & Education
The contest’s specific challenges, set a framework for students to be highly creative and deeply analytical. The inaugural Minecraft Water Challenge launched for indoor summer fun.
James Ridgway, Jr. Education/Public Awareness Coordinator
Friday, July 15, marks museum’s sixth year at Panther Creek location Join The Woodlands Children's Museum for a celebration of six years at its current location, Friday, July 15.
Susan Love Fitts Communications
Every summer, millions of school-aged children attend summer camp where they make new friends and continue to learn about good sportsmanship, leadership skills and self-confidence.
Stacey L. Hewitt
Delight in shows performed by local magicians Friday, June 17 Local magicians will take the stage for Magic Day from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday, June 17.
The Woodlands Children's Museum
Dive into the fun at the coolest place to play The Woodlands Children’s Museum offers a cool sanctuary for those trying to beat the heat and have some summer-time fun.
The Woodlands Children's Museum
Blow out the candles and enjoy some cake Friday, July 15 Join The Woodlands Children’s Museum for its Birthday Celebration
The Woodlands Museum
A national celebration of books and reading for children, May 3-7 Children’s Book Week at the museum begins on Tuesday, May 3, and lasts through Saturday, May 7.
The Woodlands Children's Museum
Local magicians will delight and amaze on Friday, June 17 The Woodlands Children's Museum, 4775 W. Panther Creek Drive, Suite 280. COST – Included in daily admission of $6 per person 1 year and older. There is no charge for children under 1. Recommended for ages 7 and under.
Join forces with TOMS to raise awareness of children living in poverty on May 10 The museum joins forces with TOMS, a conscientious shoe retailer, to help make the world a better place – one foot at a time.