Capture a glimpse of the Living History and Culture of Texas during the 1800s

If excitement is what you crave, the Texian Heritage Festival at Fernland Historical Park in Montgomery, is the place to be Saturday, Oct. 7! For affordable family fun full of entertainment and activities for all ages, you can't beat this event. … [Read more...]

We are pleased to share this video of Auburn Lakes - The Woodlands' own Jordan Ong performing Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 2 in Bb major with the National Orchestra of Costa Rica under the baton of Maestro Alejandro Gutierrez on July 11, 2017 at … [Read more...]

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Texas Sawmill Festival set for Oct. 1 at Bull Sallas Park in New Caney

New Caney (August 24, 2016) The Greater East Montgomery County Chamber presents the Texas Sawmill Festival, October 1 at Bull Sallas Park in New Caney, Texas from 10 a.m. until 10 p.m. with all admission and parking free. The Texas Sawmill … [Read more...]

Usborne Book Fair — Join The Woodlands Children’s Museum for a literary journey Friday, Aug. 12

THE WOODLANDS, Texas – July 28, 2015 – The Woodlands Children's Museum invites young minds to go on an adventure – by simply turning the pages of a book. The nonprofit is hosting the Usborne Book Fair from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, Aug. 12, and 10 … [Read more...]

Independence Day 2016, … a day to celebrate the FREEDOM OF AMERICA from oppression

All of us at Lake Conroe TX online. com want to remind our family, friends, neighbors and others of the awesome blessings we, as a Christian nation, have received throughout the 240 years since our Declaration of Independence came into being. Over … [Read more...]

Magic Medieval Masquerade by Jordan Ong to be presented April 9

Using a masterful blend of digital film, broadcasting, and animation, Woodlands celebrity Jordan Ong recently became the first graduate student to successfully defend his thesis project, a documentary film titled Magic Medieval Masquerade about the … [Read more...]

Texas’ Legendary Bluebonnets

  Texas historian Jack Maguire wrote that “the Bluebonnet is to Texas what the shamrock is to Ireland, the cherry blossom to Japan, the lily to France, the rose to England, and the tulip to Holland.” The average Texan merely boasts that the … [Read more...]

Nature’s Wind Chimes

Rustling leaves of nature’s own wind chimes … the glorious Ornamental Pear whispers a warm welcome in the hush of an exquisite autumn afternoon. A symbol of delicate beauty, the lovely Ornamental Pear blankets the area with splashes of lemon … [Read more...]

TEXIAN HERITAGE FESTIVAL PRESENTS CHECKS TO LOCAL NONPROFITS

The Texian Heritage Festival board of directors looks forward to celebrating with five Montgomery County nonprofit organizations this Saturday, Jan. 9, 2016, when they present checks to them as recipients of proceeds from the October 2015 Festival … [Read more...]

This is John who was severely injured in November 2012 when a 300+ pound crate fell on him and pinned him against a truck. When he reported the accident, his supervisor said he would fire him if he reported it. Nonetheless, John filed the necessary … [Read more...]

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