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The Woodlands Children's Museum Oct 22 and 24 Allison will offer her strategies for raising confident and capable boys in two separate seminars
Don’t be late for this “Very Important Date,” Friday, Oct. 2 The event is scheduled for 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 2. The party is included in the price of admission, which is $5 for children 2 and older.
A full schedule of fun planned for Saturday, Sept. 26 The event will take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 26. The day of play is included in the price of admission, which is $5 for ages 2 and up.
Join the museum for a fun way to combine reading and constructing skills, Wednesday, Sept. 16 Creative minds will have plenty to explore during the Lego Read and Build at The Woodlands Children’s Museum
Enroll now for creative, educational experiences this fall “We’ve created a full line-up of fun and educational workshops for the fall,” Angela Colton, executive director of The Woodlands Children’s Museum, said. “Don’t miss out on these great enrichment opportunities for children.”
The Woodlands Children's Museum The Woodlands Children’s Museum is hosting an event exclusively for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and sensory processing differences.
Friday, Aug. 14, Texas Children’s Hospital and Tellepsen Builders celebrated the topping out of Texas Children’s Hospital The Woodlands with members of the community as the hospital moves one step closer to opening its doors.
Lindsey Fox, Texas Children's Hospital
Assistance League of Montgomery County back-to-school program has successful ring to it. Assistance League of Montgomery County will celebrate providing new school clothing to its 50,000th student at the JC Penney store in Conroe, Tuesday, August 11, from 4:30 - 7:00 p.m.
The Woodlands Children's Museum Support The Woodlands Children’s Museum for a Chance at a Brand-New Car. Hurricane Grill & Wings hosts raffle to help nonprofits.
Get ready, Woodlands. A new and unique event unlike any other is coming to town on August 9 at Legends Sports Complex.
C. Pilgrim
Hurricane Grill & Wings hosts raffle to help nonprofits Hurricane Grill & Wings is hosting a raffle to benefit a number of worthy causes, including The Woodlands Children’s Museum, Camp Hope, the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life and The 100 Club.
The Woodlands Children's Museum Superheroes have long captivated the imaginations of children – and tying on a cape to emulate a favorite crusader can actually bring out the best in a child.
The Woodlands Children's Museum “Children learn language skills as well as auditory processing and how to follow directions – all while enjoying rhythm and melody,” Colton said.
The Woodlands Children's Museum Visitors to The Woodlands Children's Museum on Friday, Aug. 21 will celebrate going back to school – with one last, big summertime bash.
Susan Love Fitts Communications
The show will run Sept 28 to Oct 3 at the Crighton Theatre. Auditions for the Missoula Children’s Theatre will take place Monday, September 28, at 4:30 p.m. at the Crighton Theatre.
The Woodlands LearningRx suggests spending wisely to prepare for your child’s future The costs to attend college are rising every year. According to, the average price of tuition and fees is currently more than $7,600 a year for public universities, soaring to $27,000 annually for private schools.
The Woodlands Children's Museum The Woodlands Children’s Museum has received a $2,500 Junior League The Woodlands Community Assistance Grant that will help fund Motivation, Education and Training, or MET, Head Start field trips to the museum.
The Woodlands LearningRx This July 4, celebrate independence from learning difficulties – and sign up for brain training at The Woodlands LearningRx.
Experience the Japanese Star Festival on July 7 The Woodlands Children’s Museum invites you to celebrate Tanabata, the Japanese Star Festival, with traditional Japanese dance and art activities on Tuesday, July 7, in the MUSE.
The Woodlands LearningRx suggests building brain power, the fun way Scientists are actually finding that free play – with no rules or moderators – is essential to the development of the brain.