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Woodlands Symphony to present “HomeGrown” concert, a celebration of Woodlands arts and artists

Katherine AudasThe 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.

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Live, work and pray: Churches grow in The Woodlands

Nick Evans, audio specialist, operates the sound board during a service in the Loft campus worship center at The Woodlands United Methodist Church, 2200 Lake Woodlands Drive. The Loft has recently completed renovations and held dedication ceremonies for the enlarged facilities.
Nick Evans, audio specialist, operates the sound board during a service in the Loft campus worship center at The Woodlands United Methodist Church, 2200 Lake Woodlands Drive. The Loft has recently completed renovations and held dedication ceremonies for the enlarged facilities.

As residents and visitors alike enter The Woodlands from the southwest at Creekside Park, they are greeted by the iconic bronze deer grazing in front of the massive stone sign. In a few years, a church steeple will rise above the trees, joining the deer and sign as an icon of welcome to the master-planned community.

More and more people are moving to The Woodlands, making it their place – not only to live, work and play, as the community’s slogan goes – but also to pray. Area churches have seen growth over the past several years, prompting several to expand their facilities. click here for complete story