April 28: Take to the trees at night

Texas Tree Ventures is hosting a nighttime climbing event 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. A ticket purchase is required for all adult supervisor climbers.April 28: Dance with the local stars

The Woodlands Family YMCA will host the eighth annual YMCA Dancing With a Cause. The event includes leaders in The Woodlands dancing to support the YMCA, and it includes a buffet dinner, a cash bar, and live and silent auctions, according to the YMCA. Attire for the event is business casual.April 28-30: Attend a golf tournament

The Insperity Invitational returns to The Woodlands for the annual PGA golf tournament, and the public may observe.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 The Woodlands Tower at The Waterway. This event will help raise funds for Camp For All, a barrier-free camp for campers with disabilities.
  • All day
  • $50
  • The Woodlands Tower at The Waterway, 9950 Woodloch Forest Drive, The Woodlands
  • 713-686-5666. www.campforall.org
April 30: Visit the Tamina community

The Tamina Day Celebration will include stories of the community's history and ancestors as well as a performance by the Oak Ridge High School band with a dedication of the song “Tamina.” The author of the book “The Ground on Which I Stand” will bring a photo exhibit and autograph the book. The day will also include trivia games, a barbecue food truck and other activities.April 30: Learn about CPR at fair

The Gulf Division of the Greater Houston American Heart Association will hold 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