Find fresh food at the farmers market, play kickball at a fundraiser and drink craft beer for charity: 6 things to do in Conroe and Montgomery this weekend, Aug. 3-5

The Crighton Theatre

The Crighton Theatre

Find fresh food at the farmers market, play kickball at a fundraiser or drink craft beer for charity in the Conroe and Montgomery area. Here are six things to do this weekend, Aug. 3-5.

1. Watch 'Mary Poppins, Jr.' live
Aug. 3

Christian Youth Theater is performing "Mary Poppins, Jr." as its Summer Stock performance. Showings are scheduled for 5 and 7 p.m. Presale tickets are $8; tickets are $10 at the door. The Owen Theatre, 225 Metcalf St., Conroe. 281-580-4298. www.cythouston.org.

2. Find fresh veggies and homemade crafts
Aug. 4

The city of Montgomery is hosting a monthly crafters market featuring homemade products, live music and concessions. 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Free. Montgomery Community Center, 14420 Liberty St., Montgomery. 936-597-5004. www.experiencemontgomery.com.

3. Event pairs craft beer with charity
Aug. 4

Southern Star Brewing Co. is hosting the Run in Texas 5K 6-Pack Beer Challenge benefiting Conroe’s Toys for Tots. Children and dogs are welcome at this family-friendly event. Following the race, participants can enjoy craft beer, food, trucks and brewery tours. 8-11 a.m. $35. Southern Star Brewing Co. 3525 N. Frazier St. Conroe. 936-441-2739. www.runintexas.com/star.

4. Play in a charity kickball game
Aug. 5

Woodforest is hosting a benefit kickball tournament to support the Montgomery County Sheriff's Alumni Association. Registration closes Friday, Aug. 3. Participation is open to the public, and donations of $40 per team or $5 per individual will benefit the Montgomery County Sheriff Alumni Association. 8 a.m. Jackson Park, 2675 Woodforest Parkway N. www.woodforestkickball.eventbrite.com.

5. Listen to live music
Southern Star Brewing Co.

3523 N. Frazier St., Conroe
936-441-2739
www.southernstarbrewing.com
Aug. 3 | Full Service | 6 p.m.

Pacific Yard House
101 Metcalf St., Conroe
936-703-5447
www.pacificyardhouse.com
Aug. 3 | Aaron Copeland | 9 p.m.

The Corner Pub
302 N. Main St., Conroe
936-788-2390
www.thecornerpubinconroe.com
Aug. 4 | Tyler Stuckey Band | 9 p.m.

6. Attend live theater
The Crighton Theatre

234 N. Main St., Conroe
936-441-7469
www.crightontheatre.org
$5-$10
Aug. 2-5 | "The Wiz, Jr." | times vary

The Owen Theatre
225 Metcalf St., Conroe
936-539-4090
www.owentheatre.com
$24
Aug. 4-5 | "Driving Miss Daisy" | times vary
By Jules Rogers
Originally from the Pacific Northwest, Jules Rogers has been covering community journalism and urban trade news since 2014. She moved to Houston in June 2018 to become an editor with Community Impact Newspaper after four years of reporting for various newspapers affiliated with the Portland Tribune in Oregon, including two years at the Portland Business Tribune. Before that, Jules spent time reporting for the Grants Pass Daily Courier in Southern Oregon. Her favorite beats to cover are business, economic development and urban planning.


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