The Woodlands

Grab a Kayak for More Summer Fun! - The Woodlands

Riva Row Boathouse

The fun and relaxation of kayaking is catching on in a big-time way right here in The Woodlands, where couples and families are embracing the opportunity to get out on the water and explore.

Everything you need for kayaking fun in The Woodlands is at the Riva Row Boathouse, just a short walk from Waterway Square, Market Street and other spots in The Woodlands Town Center.

It's a Summer of Music Sensations at The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion

With a music line-up of one superstar after another, it's certain to be a summer to remember at The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion.

The upcoming music line up includes:

June 5 - Backstreet Boys with Avril Lavigne

June 6 - A Symphonic Journey with the Houston Symphony

June 13 - Wagner & Maazel's "Ring Without Words" with the Texas Music Festival Orchestra

June 14 - James Taylor

June 17 - Boston with The Doobie Brothers

June 27 - Goo Goo Dolls & Daughtry with special guests 
Plain White T's

Wine and Food Week: The Magic of 10 Years - The Woodlands

wine and food week

Ever wished you could experience the decadence of Napa, the ruggedness of Mendoza and the romance of the Chianti wine regions all in one place?

Even if you don't know a Merlot from a Pinot, you're sure to find something to suit your palate at Wine & Food Week, now in its 10th year, featuring hundreds of wines and dozens of chefs at events hosted from June 2-8, 2014.

LeCrone Orthodontics selects Meghan Preuss, teacher of the year - St. Anthony of Padua Catholic School

LeCrone Orthodontics

Meghan Preuss, 4th grade teacher at St. Anthony of Padua Catholic School was recognized as the “LeCrone Orthodontics Teacher of the Year”. Debbie Maratea, Marketing Manager for LeCrone, presented Mrs. Preuss with a gift basket during the school day stating, “We think teachers are great. They are the building blocks of our future.” 4th grader, Brendan Bell, nominated Mrs. Preuss while he was in the office for a routine visit.  When asked why he chose to enter Mrs. Preuss, he simply stated, “she is my favorite!”.  For more information on St.

St. Anthony of Padua Catholic School graduates 8th grade class

st. anthony of Padua Catholic School

St. Anthony of Padua Catholic School in The Woodlands, Texas, held their 8th grade graduation on Wednesday, June 4, 2014.  The 48 students graduating have been accepted into various schools throughout The Woodlands and Houston area; including The Woodlands High School, Concordia Lutheran, St. Thomas High School, Magnolia High School, Legacy Preparatory, Incarnate Word, College Park High School, Academy at College Park, Frassati Catholic, Strake Jesuit, Woodlands Preparatory and St. Agnes.  St.


clear choice

THE WOODLANDS, TX (May 27, 2014) – The team of doctors who create beautiful smiles for families in The Woodlands, Dr. Ray McLendon’s Clear Choice Orthodontic Associates, will serve as a Presenting Festival Sponsor for the 17th Annual Red, Hot & Blue Festival produced by The Woodlands Convention and Visitors Bureau.

“Since we play an important role in the health and wellness of families in The Woodlands, sponsoring a family-focused celebration such as the Red, Hot & Blue Festival makes perfect sense,” said Dr. Ray McLendon of Clear Choice Orthodontic Associates. 

NerdWallet names the Woodlands top "City on the Rise" in Texas by Houston Business Journal

The Woodlands / Howard Hughes Corp

(Houston Business Journal) - The Woodlands is the fastest growing city in Texas,  according to economic research company NerdWallet.

The website analyzed U.S. Census data from 126 cities and census-designated places to produce a list of 20 that have experienced the strongest job and population growth from 2009 to 2012.

Exxon effect benefitting homebuilders - Houston Business Journal

Exxon effect home builders

( Houston Business Journal ) A local developer recently broke ground two miles south of the Woodlands on a 25-acre property he purchased two years ago in anticipation of a perfect storm.

That perfect storm involves thousands ofExxon Mobil Corp. (NYSE: XOM) employees relocating to a new campus near the Woodlands combined with a historically low inventory of single-family homes.