The Woodlands area offers a variety of events throughout May and June.

May 20: Go out for a luau

Attendees can party with the family in a Hawaiian-themed celebration. Families can enjoy swimming, music and games during the event.May 20: Celebrate biking in The Woodlands

Residents can celebrate National Bike Month by joining the 11th annual Bike The Woodlands event to learn about cycling and join games such as the bike rodeo.May 20-23: Celebrate local graduating seniors

The Woodlands High School, Oak Ridge High School and Grand Oaks High School will celebrate the graduation ceremonies for seniors at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion.
  • 7:30 p.m. (May 20, 22, 23)
  • Free.
  • Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, 2005 Lake Robbins Drive, The Woodlands.
  • 281-364-3010.
May 26: Go for a night climb

Community members are invited to join Texas TreeVentures for a three-hour Glow in the Park event which will allow visitors to climb through the course at night with illumination from the ground level. Children ages 6-12 must have an adult accompanying them for the climb.May 26-28: Watch a musical

Families can join Class Act Productions for a rendition of Tony award-winning musical “The Drowsy Chaperone.” The play will also run the weekend of June 2-4.May 28: Observe Memorial Day in The Woodlands

The annual Memorial Day celebration in The Woodlands will feature live music, children’s activities, and other events and vendors. The evening will conclude with a choreographed fireworks display at Town Green Park.May 30: Send the kids to Sunny Dayz Camps

Sunny Dayz summer camps will officially kick off on May 30, with weeklong and single-day passes available for children. Parents can register children for several weeks or individual days. Each week brings a variety of activities and events for children to participate in.
  • All day.
  • $60-$200.
  • Rob Fleming Park, 6464 Creekside Forest Drive, The Woodlands.
  • 281-210-3800.
June 4: Enjoy coffee and cars at Market Street

The Woodlands Car Club is hosting the annual charity car display at Market Street. The event brings together car enthusiasts and collects donations from visitors to donate toward local charities and causes in Montgomery County.June 8: Enjoy sweet and sparkling wines

Rosé Way, a Sweet Soiree, features rose, sparkling and sweet wines as well as a fashion show provided by Market Street with music and door prizes.
  • 6-9 p.m.
  • $75 (ticket), $125 (fashion show reserved seat).
  • The Peach Orchard Venue, 1737 Sawdust Road, Spring.
  • 713-557-5732.
June 9: Wish Donald Duck a happy birthday

Children can meet Donald Duck on his birthday at The Woodlands Children’s Museum. Donald Duck will be available for photos as well as to enjoy activities and sing “Happy Birthday.” Children must be accompanied by adults throughout the event.June 9: Join the Ladies of the Vine for a talk

A moderator will lead a panel of women winemakers, owners and experts along with tasting stations and multicourse wine meal.
  • 11:30 a.m.-3 p.m.
  • $135.
  • The Club at Carlton Woods, 1 Carlton Woods Drive, The Woodlands.
  • 713-557-5732.
June 10: Take part in a pride summit
  • The Woodlands Pride presents its inaugural summit, Talking with Pride. The event includes speakers and panels discussing mental health, small business, advocacy and other topics pertaining to the LGBTQ+ community.
  • 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
  • $50-$100. Sam Houston State University Center The Woodlands, 3380 College Park Drive, The Woodlands.
June 10: Take part in the grand tasting

The Wine Rendezvous Grand Tasting and Chef Showcase features demonstrations and culinary offerings from 35 restaurants competing to be the winner of the Chef of Chefs Culinary Awards as voted by a panel of judges. The event features hundreds of wines, and wine enthusiasts will be in attendance.
  • 7-10 p.m.
  • $150.
  • The Woodlands Waterway Marriott Hotel & Convention Center, 1601 Lake Robbins Drive, The Woodlands.
  • 713-557-5732.
June 14: Learn about animals

The Woodlands Children’s Museum will host Crazy About Critters with The Learning Zoo for children to experience a variety of animals and learn about their mannerisms and habitats.June 17: Celebrate Father’s Day magically

Visitors to The Woodlands Children’s Museum can celebrate Father’s Day with a magician-themed arts and crafts day featuring performances from local magicians.June 19-25: Identify local species in The Woodlands

As part of national pollinator week, residents are invited to participate in BioBlitz, a weeklong event where participants can upload photos of local flora and fauna to a database to help identify local species in the area. The event will culminate in a celebration June 24 displaying local finds and discussing the local ecosystem.