March 31: Celebrate Hometown Heroes

The annual Hometown Heroes celebration is held with the theme "An Evening in Versailles" this year. The event honors individuals and organizations that positively impact the community. Proceeds of the event benefit programs and services of Interfaith of The Woodlands.

  • 6-10 p.m. $200 (individual ticket)
  • The Woodlands Waterway Marriott Hotel & Convention Center, 1601 Lake Robbins Drive, The Woodlands
  • 281-367-1230

April 1: Visit a fitness expo

The Woodlands Area Chamber of Commerce holds a free health, wellness and fitness expo at Market Street. The event is rain or shine and includes many vendors; a YMCA Zumba class; classes from VillaSport Athletic Club and Condition 1 Combat Center; EMS training with Body 20; and mixed martial arts with Ground Dwellers.

April 1: Shenandoah holds resident egg hunt

The city of Shenandoah is hosting its annual Easter Egg Hunt at the Shenandoah Park. This event is for Shenandoah residents only and will have refreshments, Easter Bunny photos, face painting, balloon art and an egg hunt. This year, volunteers will assemble eggs a different way: Over 8,000 empty eggs will be scattered at the park for children to find. The children with the most eggs will be rewarded with a gift bag put together by Shenandoah volunteers. There will be 400 gift bags available, and children are encouraged to attend the event early.April 1: Join a kayak event at Riva Row in The Woodlands

The Woodlands Township invites participants to take traditional egg hunting to the next level with a unique way of egg hunting in the water while kayaking. Interested participants can register on the township website.April 1: Run to help provide care for children

The Cleft Smiles 5K Family Fun Run/Walk will take place at Rob Fleming Park in The Woodlands. All proceeds from this event will be used to provide medical care to financially disadvantaged children born with cleft lip and palate. The event is open to children and adults.
  • 8:30 a.m. $20-$35 (registration)
  • Rob Fleming Park, 6055 Creekside Forest Drive, The Woodlands
April 1: Have tea with mom

Daughters and mothers can enjoy a royal morning tea with refreshments, crafts, games and photos at the annual mother-daughter tea event. Preregistration is required.April 1: Take part in a color run

The Woodlands Christian Academy’s Warrior Color Run includes options to run a 1K or 5K race. Spectators spray runners throughout the course, covering them in a rainbow of colors for the finish line.
  • 9 a.m.-1 p.m. $25-$35 (registration)
  • The Woodlands Christian Academy, 5800 Academy Way, The Woodlands
  • 936-273-2555

April 1: See tribute bands for a local cause

A Tribute to Live Aid Festival, presented by Cadence Bank, will kick off Autism Awareness Month at Sawyer Park Icehouse. Five tribute bands to Queen, Elton John, Duran Duran, David Bowie and U2 will perform in the benefit for nonPareil Houston-Building Better Futures for Adults with Autism.

April 2: Attend a concert in the park

Hannah Kirby performs rock, blues and soul at the Concert in the Park held by The Woodlands Township. The event also includes a spring-related craft for kids.