The Woodlands TX

Click here to load reader

  • date post

  • Category


  • view

  • download


Embed Size (px)

Transcript of The Woodlands TX

  • 1.fall 2010 CREEKSIDE CAMPOUT10 FOR T EX AS R ACE HAUNTED T RAIL AND CARNIVALSANTA STOPS The Woodlands Township Recreation Center 5310 Research Forest Drive 281-210-3950

2. TUPELO PARKProgram registration begins Monday, August 2. Most fall programs begin the week of September 20.Three Easy Ways to Register: Special Events 3 1. Online - 2. Phone - 281-210-3950Riva Row Boat House Programs 5 3. Walk-In - The Woodlands Township Recreation CenterAquatics Programs5 The Woodlands Township Recreation Center accepts VISA, MASTERCARD, AMERICAN EXPRESS and DISCOVER. Outdoor Education Programs 6 Recreation Center Hours: Waterway/Town Green Parks Programs 6 Monday-Thursday: 8 a.m. - 9 p.m. Friday: 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.*Preschool Programs 7 Saturday: 8 a.m. - 6 p.m., Closed SundaysYouth Programs 9 *The Woodlands Township Recreation Center is closed at 6:30 p.m. on the rst and third Fridays of the month for Gorilla Hole.Tennis Programs 12 The Woodlands Township Recreation Center will be closed: Adult Programs14 Monday, September 6, for Labor Day Thursday, November 25, for ThanksgivingAdult Fitness Programs17 Saturday, December 25, for Christmas Athletic Leagues/Tournaments19 Saturday, January 1, 2011, for New Years The Woodlands Township Recreation Center will close early: WAIVER: By nature, many recreation programs involve body Friday, December 24, at 5 p.m. contact, considerable physical exertion, emotional stress and/or use of equipment that represents a certain risk to participants. Friday, December 31, at 5 p.m. It is recommended that you check with your physician prior toparticipation in any programs. Registrants, in any program assume Where to find us:responsibility for all risks, implicit or direct, by participation in saidactivity or facility.Participation in any parks & recreation activity constitutes awaiver of certain rights. Please review the waiver by visiting or by calling 281-210-3950.PHOTO WAIVER: I hereby authorize and give my full consent to TheWoodlands Township and their agents and assigns to take, copyrightand/or publish any and all photographs, videotapes and/or lm (theMedia) in which I, or my child, may appear while participating in theProgram. I further authorize that The Woodlands Township to transfer,use or cause to be used, the Media in any exhibitions, public displays,publications, commercials, art and advertising purposes, withoutlimitations or reservations If you have questions about parks, pools, pavilions, eld rentals or facility reservations, please call 281-210-3900 or visit 3. SPECIAL EVENTS Touch a Truck Theres fun for the entire family! Get up close and personal with all kinds of big trucks. Ages: All. FEE: Free! Saturday, August 219 - 11 a.m.Rob Fleming Aquatic Centerparking lot Circus Clown Catastrophe featuring: the Tunnel of terror! In the Fall of 1983, the Pinecone Circus came to town. The Flaming Hoopsters was the big attraction that year and people came from miles around to see the lion tamers perform their stunts. No one expected the big top to burst into ames. As the circus spectators ran for the exits, the clowns tried their best to put out the re with their pails of water leaving some clowns scarred forever. Some say they still haunt the Pinecone Circus. Ages: Recommended for ages 10 and older. FEE: $8/person, $1 off per canned food item (max $3 discount)October 16, 22, 23, 29, 30 8 - 10:30 p.m.*Rec Center *Last tickets sold at 10 p.m.Concert in the Park Fall Series Mummy Masquerade All concerts held at beautiful Northshore Park, 2505 Lake Woodlands.A masquerade full of goblins and ghouls, monsters and Ages: All. FEE: Free! mummies and plenty of yummy treats to ll up your tummy! Get wrapped up in all our games, dancingSunday, Oct. 3Akina Adderly (Soul) and music and dont forget to get dressed up for the Sunday, Oct. 10Swing Thing (Country Swing)annual costume contest! Fun for the whole family!5:30 - 7:30 p.m. Ages: Recommended for ages 10 and younger. FEE: $7/ Sunday, Oct. 17 Fab 5 (British Invasion) child, children under six months are free Sunday, Oct. 24 Johannes Linstead (World Music) Friday, October 29 and Concert in the Park is produced by The Woodlands Township and 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. Rec CenterSaturday, October 30 presented by Munday Chevrolet. Want to volunteer for the trail or the carnival? E-mail [email protected]!Arts in the Park A free family event with live music, dance and other performing art Jack-O-Lantern Challengegroups. Also features handmade goods sold by local artisans. Ages: Enter your jack-o-lanterns in the second annual jack-o-lantern challenge! Pumpkins will be judged at dusk. Ages: All. FEE: Free, includes carving All. FEE: Free! supplies and pumpkins while supplies last! The Lodge at Rob Saturdays, September 11, 18, 256:30 - 8:30 p.m. Fleming ParkSunday, October 17 at Concert in the Park 5:30 p.m.Northshore ParkSpooky Spaghetti Dinner Need something to do while the kids are off for Columbus Day? Grab your witches hat and hop on your broom to our Spooky Spaghetti Dinner! We will have a witch hat decorating contest, mummy making4th Annual Creekside Campout race, and serve some slimy but delicious spaghetti. For dessert well roastRemember when life was simple? You werent tied to the TV andmarshmallows and listen to a haunted Halloween tale. Kids, wear yourcomputer for entertainment and real fun meant catching reies costume for a costume contest! Ages: All. FEE: $40/family of four, $5/with friends and camping out in the yard. Relive that fun with youreach additional family memberkids and grandkids. Fee includes dinner, breakfast, snacks and all 5:30 p.m. Dinner Rob Flemingactivities; just bring your tent and sleeping bags. More informationMonday, October 11#6047.300 at 6 p.m.Park Pavilioncan be found at FEE: $100/familyof four, $25/extra family member. Buy four sleeping bags for $100;$25/each additional sleeping bag. Purchase a kayak card for $30 andBlack Friday Eventsget two kayaks for two hours (a $10 discount)! Parents, check out the two Black Friday programs scheduled for the fall season! Its a perfect way to do holiday shopping without bringing the kids! Saturday, November 6 2 p.m. 9 a.m. Rob Fleming Park#6069.309 Parents Day Out - page 4 - Sunday, November 7 Playball Black Friday Event - page 9SPECIAL EVENTS 3 4. 3rd Annual Angel Tree Daddy-Daughter Dinner Dance Join The Woodlands Township and Salvation Army to make this Let your daughter be a star on this special night! The evening includes Christmas special for someone in our community! The Angel Tree will dinner, dessert, dancing, games and giveaways. Dont miss out on a be at The Woodlands Recreation Center beginning Monday, Novemberperfect opportunity to share a lifetime of memories with your daughter. 8. Pick your angel, purchase the gift and return it to the Rec Center Registration begins Monday, November 15. Ages: All. FEE: Up to before Saturday, December 11. January 17, 2011: $100/pair, $40/extra sibling; After January 17, 2011: $110/couple, $45/extra sibling Breakfast with Santa Saturday, 6:30 - 9:30 p.m.The Woodlands Waterway Marriott Join Santa and his elves for a catered breakfast by the replace at TheFebruary 12, 2011North Town Hall Ballroom Lodge in Rob Fleming Park. Festivities include breakfast, carolers and photographs. Dont forget your camera! To ensure your familys spot, pre- register for the event! Ages: All. FEE: $25/family of four, $5/additional Where in The Woodlands is Rudolph? family member Even with a nose so bright, we lost Rudolph last Christmas night! Can you help us track him down? Register to receive instructions and clues toThe Lodge at Rob his location as you explore local parks! Ages: All. FEE: $5/familySaturday, December 18 10 a.m.#6029.310 Fleming Park December 1 - 25Woodlands Township parks and facilities #6067.310The Lodge at RobThursday, December 23 10 a.m.#6029.320 Fleming Park Santa Stops! Visit Santa without all the lines and fuss! Santa is coming to The Woodlands so you can tell him your Christmas wishes. Stop by the park and bring a camera. There is no need to pre-register. The event will be canceled in the event of bad weather. Call the Rec Center at 281-210-3950 for verication. Ages: All. FEE: $3/child Thursday, December 166 p.m.Riva Row Boat House#6080.310Tuesday, December 21 11 a.m. Terramont Park#6080.320Holiday Drop-In Dayz CampJoin us this holiday and celebrate with us. Come one day or all days; Fun with Santa just register early! Determinations are made ve days prior to each Santa is coming to the parks! Dont be a grinch and stay at whether enough participants are enrolled to hold the camps. Celebrate with holiday crafts, games, music and fun! Dont forget your Each camp, which runs from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., is held at the Rec camera! To ensure your spot, pre-register for the event. Limited walk-upsCenter, unless otherwise stated. Ages: 6 - 12. FEE: $40/day; multi-day will be available. Ages: All. FEE: $15/child, $7/additional siblingdiscounts available Terramont ParkThursday, December 1610:30 a.m.#6020.310Monday, December 20: 12 Days of Christmas#2031.310 PavilionWinter vacation begins! Gear up for the holidays with gamesThe Lodge at Roband a pizza party. Make your holiday wish list to send to Santa. Monday, December 20 1 p.m.#6020.320 Fleming ParkTuesday, December 21: Texas Christmas#2031.320Everything is big in Texas, including Christmas! Make gifts Letters to Santa for friends and family, Texas-style. Jolly St. Nicholas wants to hear from you! Santa will write your reply faster than red-nosed Rudolph can y! Dont forget to include a return Wednesday, December 22: Reindeer Games#2031.330 address. Start sending letters after Thanksgiving. Play reindeer games all day then watch Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer on the big screen.Send letters to:Thursday, December 23: Elf Wo