“These outstanding ladies were selected because of their long standing commitment to our community, passion for serving others and desire to fulfill the mission of our league,” said Bomer.
Jasper’s in Market Street invites you to enjoy their newly introduced Summer Menu featuring items created in our great state of Texas. Guests can celebrate Texas this summer at Jasper’s on the patio and taste some of our state’s best brews and spirits. continue reading…
Visual arts faculty members at The John Cooper School are considered “artists-in-residence,” because they are artists who work in a variety of mediums. Jayla Ash Davis, Amy Dietrich, Visual Arts Department Chair Bob Mosier, Jamila Musa-Carr, Lesia Streckfess and Emily Taylor as well as French teacher Jodie Gill, each contributed an original piece of art to a Silent Auction that was held in conjunction with The John Cooper School’s Fine Arts Festival Week in April.
The annual event, sponsored by the school’s Fine Arts Council, is a week-long campus celebration to highlight student work in the visual and performing arts with performances, exhibits and art-related activities.
Proceeds from the Faculty Art Silent Auction benefited Because Art Matters, the community and educational outreach arm of The Woodlands Arts Council. The auction raised $800 to enable more schools and residents in the area to be able to actively engage in the arts through programs provided through The Woodlands Arts Council.
“We believe in the importance of people being able to actively engage in the arts and are pleased to support the education and outreach efforts of this local arts organization,” said Bob Mosier.
Since opening in The Woodlands nearly 3 1/2 years ago, Nutty Scientists of Houston has brought fun and educational science programs and activities to children in the area.
Owner Victoria Lioznyanksy said The Woodlands location is one of the first franchise locations in the U.S., since the company first started in Europe. Lioznyanksy first began by bringing Nutty Scientists to local schools in the The Woodlands and surrounding area through after-school programs. The business then opened a physical location for birthday parties and camps in October. continue reading…
The hilariously funny, Darren Wyatt, a well-known comedic actor from Lubbock, Tx, is coming to The Woodlands to play “Preacher Wyatt” in the upcoming The Woodlands Show Chorus show, REVIVAL! Darren’s will play a misguided evangelist preacher, who believes the show, which is about music revival, is actually an attempt at spiritual revival. It takes the whole 80-member chorus to try and convince the preacher that there is more than one way to define the word, revival.
Close to 25,000 people came out to The Woodlands to cheer on about 115 floats in the South County Fourth of July Parade Tuesday. The 1.3-mile parade began and ended at The Woodlands United Methodist Church while weaving through the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion and Market Street area. continue reading
The Woodlands Symphony Orchestra will present a multimedia experience with HomeGrown: A celebration concert honoring the musicians, composers and artists in The Woodlands, the symphony’s final concert in its Cantus Firmus (Fixed Song) season. The concert will take place on Sunday, April 30 at 7:00 p.m. at The Woodlands United Methodist Church, located at 2200 Lake Woodlands Drive in The Woodlands. Tickets are available atwww.woodlandssymphony.org.
Under the artistic direction of Darryl Bayer, the evening will be orchestrated with a variety of segments that include original compositions, classical favorites, soloists, live performance arts, video/media enhancement and two multi-generational-diverse symphonies on stage at the same time.