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Community applauds South County Fourth of July Parade

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 

Township to honor veterans at Town Green Park, Nov. 11

531db1c2ffa1f4eeea6f3d4b8319cbd8xResidents and businesses of The Woodlands are invited to attend The Woodlands Township Veterans Day Tribute, an event to honor veterans from The Woodlands. The Woodlands Township will hold the event at Town Green Park on Veterans Day, Tuesday, November 11, 2014, at 4:30 p.m. All local veterans from all branches of service are welcome to participate.

The special tribute will begin with the playing of Reveille by members of the College Park High School band and Presentation of Colors by the Junior ROTC of College Park High School.

A special salute will be paid to veterans of each branch, along with welcoming back veterans who have returned in the past year. In addition, a special announcement will be made about The Way Home, a Veterans‘ Memorial sculpture that will be placed in Town Green Park and will honor veterans who have made the ultimate sacrifice in defending freedom. click here for complete story

Woodlands Online to live stream this year’s South County 4th of July Parade

The theme for the 2014 South County 4th of July Parade will be ‘The Lone Star, Brightest of the All,’ giving the event some Texas flair. The annual parade is sure to be fun-filled and family-friendly. However, for those who cannot attend, Woodlands Online will be live streaming the event.

The multi-camera production will begin when patriotic_istock_photothe parade kicks off at 9:00 a.m. this Friday, July 4. Starting at Grogan’s Mill Road and Lake Woodlands Drive, the parade will be complete with spectacular floats, street performers, and much more. Local high school marching bands will be entertaining spectators, including Hempstead High School, Willis High School, College Park High School, La Marque High School, and The Woodlands High School.

The event will end around 10:30 a.m., after all floats and entries enter the circle inside Market Street. To view the live stream of the event, click on the link provided starting at 9:00 a.m. on July 4 on the home page of Woodlands Online.