Mimosas, swimming and art classes: 5 things to do in the Lake Conroe area this Father’s Day weekend, June 14-16

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From fitness to chicken and waffles, there are plenty of ways to have fun this weekend in the Lake Conroe area.

Here are five things to do this Father’s Day weekend, June 14-16.

1. Attend art classes
June 14-15

As part of its grand opening, Wine & Design is hosting several workshops, including painting wooden, kid-friendly flags. Participants must register beforehand and are encouraged to arrive early. Times and prices vary. 202 McCown St., Montgomery. 936-463-1902. www.wineanddesign.com

2. Get fit
June 15

Camp Gladiator invites the community to a free hour-long workout in the parking lot of Cryar Intermediate. The only things participants must bring are water and a yoga mat. 8-9 a.m. Free. 2375 Montgomery Park Blvd., Conroe. 512-494-6966. www.campgladiator.com

3. Learn to swim
June 15

The city of Conroe is hosting swimming evaluations for children who want to enroll in swim lessons during the summer but are unsure what class level to take. 11 a.m. Evaluations are free, but participants must preregister. Conroe Aquatic Center, 1205 Candy Cane Lane, Conroe. 936-522-3944. www.cityofconroe.org

4. Explore new homes
June 15

Grand Central Park is inviting community members to tour model homes by Drees Custom Homes and Jaeger Homes while participating in fun activities and enjoying chicken and waffles and mimosas. 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Free. Grand Central Park, 11322 I-45 S., Conroe. 936-447-2800. www.grandcentralparktx.com

5. Take dad to brunch
June 16

Enjoy bottomless mimosas or beer with brunch at Tapped DraftHouse & Kitchen to celebrate Father’s Day. Reservations are highly encouraged. 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Free (entry). Tapped DraftHouse & Kitchen, 525 Woodland Square Blvd., Ste. 100, Conroe. 281-719-0360. www.tappedus.com

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Andy Li
Originally from Boone, North Carolina, Andy Li is a graduate of East Carolina University with degrees in Communication with a concentration in journalism and Political Science. While in school, he worked as a performing arts reporter, news, arts and copy editor and a columnist at the campus newspaper, The East Carolinian. He also had the privilege to work with NPR’s Next Generation Radio, a project for student journalists exploring radio news. Moving to Houston in May 2019, he now covers the Conroe Independent School District, Montgomery City Council and transportation.
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