Here’s a guide to staying connected to The Woodlands while you are at home. From activities and entertainment options, we will continue to update this page for you.
Save this passport to your phone and check off these destinations as you support dining and shopping in The Woodlands. Visit these destinations by making online purchases from local stores and ordering from area restaurants. Post your progress to encourage your friends and neighbors to participate. Snap photos of your food and purchases and be sure to share them on social media, tagging the business and using #SoWoodlands.
Download and print at home, color them in, and share your art on social media with us! Instagram: @VisitTheWoodlands
ARTS AND CULTURE
While concerts and gatherings are currently on pause, you can push play on our Spotify Playlist and listen to artists who are currently set to perform at The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion once the concert season is able to begin.
The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion has a daily activity guide to help you and your loved ones stay connected to The Arts.
Looking for an indoor social-distancing activity to do with your family? Please enjoy recipes from our local restaurants. Share them with your friends and extended family and cook together – while apart.
Puzzles are a great way to pass the time! Visit The Woodlands has created puzzles based on artwork that you may have seen on our postcards and photos of some of our favorite areas around town. We hope this will help to pass the time while you do your part to flatten the curve.
FILM FESTIVAL AT HOME
During this time, we are all in need of feel-good and inspiring moments. One event that creates a feel-good mood and lasting impact each year is the Inspire Film Festival. For now, turn on your television and stream these documentaries and films which were featured previously at the Inspire Film Festival.