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Seasonal Features
2018 Easter Fun in The Woodlands
altArea parks, churches and businesses are filling our spring calendar with activities for those looking for treat-filled eggs, a visit with the Easter Bunny or spring fun. From brunch with the Bunny to craft markets to flashlight egg hunts, you'll find a little bit of everything to celebrate this time of year in our Events Calendar and our list below. your social media marketing partner
Top Options for Indoor Fun in The Woodlands
altRainy or cold days often mean too much TV, in-home craftiness, creative baking and pent up energy! Maybe you've just reached the end of a "rainy day ideas" search on Pinterest? Fortunately, if you're willing to do a mad dash from the car, The Woodlands is full of unique family fun to relieve rainy day boredom.
We've listed some options below, but before you head out it is always a great idea to call ahead or check the business' website or Facebook page to see if they are open for fun when it happens to be miserable out. your social media marketing partner
So Berry Delicious! Local Fruit & Veggie Picking!

With a rainy, short winter, our spring is getting an early start this year, as is the start of our fruit growing season. There are plenty of farms in the north area of town to get your berry fix and strawberries are about to be in season. Berry picking is a great outdoor family activity to encourage kids to learn about how the fruit we eat gets from the farm to our table. your social media marketing partner
20 Local Farmers' Markets to Visit!
altFarmers' markets are thriving in our area and feature fresh, seasonal produce and artisanal products that allow customers to support the local economy, farmers and small business owners. For a fun, family outing, most also feature music,  activities geared towards children and seasonal themes. your social media marketing partner
Woodlands-area Pools & Spraygrounds
altThe Woodlands has 13 community pools open for the regular season of June 2 - August 15. Want to know which pools are best for teens or toddlers? Which have shade over the baby pool? Zero-depth entry? Cool stuff to climb on? The Splash Guide (available at each pool) has a wonderful map and guide to amenities. 
There are also community pools in Oak Ridge North, Conroe, Tomball and Shenandoah. your social media marketing partner