Editor's note: The date for The Woodlands Chorale event has been corrected to May 6.

Looking for something do in The Woodlands area in April and May? Check out this local guide of events.

April 22: Support athletes in the Ironman Texas triathlon

The Woodlands Township is the location for the Ironman Texas Americas Championship, where spectators can watch athletes participate in various triathlon activities. Athletes will participate in a 2.4-mile point-to-point swim, a 112-mile bicycle ride on closed toll roads and a 26.2-mile run.April 22-23: Attend a professional women’s golf championship

The Chevron Championship is holding its annual professional women’s golf event in The Woodlands for the first time at The Club at Carlton Woods. The Ladies Professional Golf Association tour is one of the five major championships of professional women’s golf. Tickets for ages 17 and under are free.
  • 7 a.m.-5 p.m. $20 (daily grounds ticket), $575 (weekend pass).
  • The Club at Carlton Woods, 1 Carlton Woods Drive, The Woodlands.
  • 281-863-5800. www.thechevronchampionship.com
April 28: Take to the trees at night

Texas Tree Ventures is hosting a climbing event at night in a three-hour experience. Lights illuminate the course from below offering a new perspective. All children ages 6-12 require an adult to climb with them one-on-one. A ticket purchase is required for all adult supervisor climbers.April 28-30: Attend a golf tournament

The Insperity Invitational returns to The Woodlands for the annual PGA golf tournament with several dates open to the public.April 29: Participate in a bird watching tournament

The Woodlands Township is holding an annual bird watching competition known as The Great Texas Birding Classic. This competition will determine which team can identify and count the most birds during a specific window of time. Residents participating should bring their own lawn chairs and binoculars. Binoculars will be available to borrow. All ages are welcome.April 29: Participate in a rappel experience

Daredevils can climb and rappel down the 31-story Woodloch Forest Tower. This event will help raise funds for Camp For All, a barrier-free camp for campers with special needs.
  • All day.
  • $50.
  • Woodloch Forest Tower, 9950 Woodloch Forest Drive, The Woodlands.
  • 713-686-5666. www.campforall.org
April 30: Learn about CPR at fair

The Gulf Division of the Greater Houston American Heart Association holds its CPR Fair with instructors, demonstrations and first responders available to answer questions.
  • 1-3 p.m.
  • Free.
  • Market Street, 9595 Six Pines Drive, The Woodlands.
  • www.heart.org
May 1: Attend a jewelry gala

Jared The Galleria of Jewelry in The Woodlands will hold a jewelry gala for anyone interested in rare and one-of-a-kind jewelry that is only available at these events.
  • 10 a.m.-8 p.m.
  • Free (to attend).
  • Jared Jewelry, 1475 Lake Woodlands Drive, The Woodlands.
  • 281-419-4495. www.jared.com
May 6: See the Chorale perform

The Woodlands Chorale presents “The Sacred Veil,” with music by Mozart, Whiteacre and Gjeilo along with a chamber orchestra.May 6: Take part in a bug scavenger hunt

The Rob Fleming Recreation Center Tree House invites residents to participate in a bug scavenger hunt. This event is for anyone interested in learning about common pollinators and bugs using a trail map.May 6: Join a multisport event

Woodforest Bank will hold its annual race competition, the Woodforest Bank TRI. This triathlon includes participants from beginners to nationally ranked triathletes. The event culminates with a festive awards party featuring music, food and beverages.May 7: Participate in a marksmanship challenge

Saddle River Range is hosting the Multi-County Crime Stoppers Marksmanship Challenge. This event will help raise funds for MCCS, a nonprofit organization made up of a volunteer board of directors. Its mission is to assist local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies operating within Montgomery, Liberty and San Jacinto counties, to gather intelligence about local felony crimes and locate wanted felony fugitives. Registration to participate is required.May 7: Outrun hunger with food bank fundraiser

Montgomery County holds its 2023 Outrun Hunger event to benefit programs for children, seniors and families facing hunger. The event includes a 5K trail run/walk and 1K color dash. The event also includes live music, food trucks and a children’s area.
  • Noon-3 p.m. $30 (1K registration), $50 (5K registration).
  • The Lake House, 1039 Lake House Drive, Conroe.
  • 936-271-8804. www.mcfoodbank.org
May 12: Climb a treetop course at twilight

Aerial outdoor obstacle course Texas Tree Ventures is hosting a climbing event with a two-hour climb at twilight, finishing the night with sno-cones and an activity for participants.May 12-14: Stop by a Mother’s Day photo op

The Woodlands Market Street will have a Mother’s Day-themed photo display for visitors to create a photo memory as they treat their mothers to brunch, lunch or dinner nearby.May 14: Enjoy a Mother’s Day Celebration

Market Street is holding a Mother’s Day event with brunch and live music. Reservations at Market Street restaurants are recommended.May 13: Attend an Earth Day festival

The Woodlands Township will host an Earth Day festival with live entertainment, games, face painting and local organizations. Interactive displays feature local wildlife as well as tips for protecting waterways and recycling while teaching community members how to go green in their own homes. Those inspired to follow sustainable practices year-round are encouraged to connect with local organizations at the event, which need volunteers. The event is for all ages.May 13: Visit a spring art show

Market Street is hosting its Spring Fine Arts Show, a gathering for artists in The Woodlands. Families are invited to browse, enjoy live music and participate in artist demonstrations.