WEEKEND ROUND UP: 1/22- 1/24 | Kingwood Moms

Friday: 1/22

 


KINGWOOD HIGH SCHOOL THEATRE PRESENTS THE WEDDING SINGER
January 21-23 at 7 pm
Matinee Jan 23at 2
Get tickets online early — seating is limited due to COVID restrictions

 

Saturday: 1/23

 

 

F3: Free men’s Bootcamp style workout
6:30-7:30 AM
Looking for some motivation to hit your fitness goals? Don’t want to pay for a personal trainer? Join our free men’s fitness group for peer-led, bootcamp-style workouts.Come this Saturday at 6:30 am for your first F3 workout. There’s no registration or anything like that, just show up about 5-10 mins early to stretch out first. We’ll be playing a game of ultimate frisbee after the workout. Then, we’ll host coffee & donuts after the game!F3 has no monthly dues. It promotes men’s leadership in the community.F3 = Fitness, Fellowship, & Faith

 

RMS Cheer Clinic
8:30-1:30 PM
Students K-6 $45 snack and T-shirt provided -Walk-ups welcome   contact Courtney Solomon Courtney.solomon@humbleisd.net  

KINGWOOD HIGH SCHOOL THEATRE PRESENTS THE WEDDING SINGER
January 21-23 at 7 pm
Matinee Jan 23at 2
Get tickets online early — seating is limited due to COVID restrictions

Salamanders @ Jesse Jones
10:00 AM-12:00 PM
Reservations required beginning Wed., Jan. 13 by calling 281-446-8588. Though reptiles and amphibians are seldom seen this time of year, late winter is a great time to try and find salamanders. Join staff naturalist John Carey to learn about our local salamanders and then explore the park areas where they might be found.

It’s Yoga Time: Family Yoga in the Gardens
10:30AM-11:30AM
Gather the family and head to Mercer Botanic Gardens for some healthy yoga fun! This energetic, beginner yoga class led by registered yoga teacher Delyla Ovalle-Bowyer features individual poses and family-partner poses. Participants should bring a yoga mat or beach towel, and a water bottle. Yoga blocks and straps are optional. All ages are welcome. Children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. This is an outdoor event, so participants should dress for the weather. Registration is required, as space is limited. Consult your physician before starting any exercise program. To register or for more information, call 713-274-4160.**Precautions are being taken so participants can maintain social distancing during events. All Precinct 4 events and programming are subject to change or cancellation because of COVID-19.

Valentine’s Craft Camps @ Krafty Shack
10:30 AM-1:00 PM
Kids will do canvas painting and beautiful gifts for Valentine’s Day! Many choices of crafts. Ages 5+ $20 per day Snack and juice are served

The Market @ Redemption Square
11:00 AM- 3:00 PM
Introducing the Market at Redemption Square, a monthly market that will take place on the 4th Saturday of every month in the plaza at Redemption Square from 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
Come enjoy live music and a curated selection of artisan vendors offering food, art, jewelry and everything in between

Valentine Family Specialty Workshop
11:00 AM-2:00 PM
DIY Valentine decor for the whole family. Mini or full-size projects are available. Come join us for this awesome event

Elementary Farm Course @ One Acre Farms TX
11:00 AM-1:00 PM

This is a 6 weekly session outdoor farm course that encompasses essential elementary skills & learning activities through outdoor and farm experiences.
(6 classes total)
All classes are hands-on and very interactive with animals and plants!
Elementary Farm Course
ages 7-12
Jan-Mar 2021
Saturdays 11a-1p
$10 registration fee $240 class fee
Sat Jan 23 Chickens & Ducks
Sat Jan 30 Rabbits
Sat Feb 6 Goats
Sat Feb 13 Gardening
Sat Feb 27 Horses
Sat Mar 6 Bees
Class Learning Objectives:
Gardening & Composting-Intro to mini-farming, history of age-based lives, history of mass food production, benefits of home gardening, GMO/non-GMO, heirloom/hybrid, plant needs, soil types, plant a garden, nature journal, essay.
Chickens & Ducks-History of domestication, geographical movement, breeds, uses, housing, feed, genetics, digestion, reproduction, quiet observation, nature journal, essay.
Rabbits-History of domestication, geographical movement, breeds, uses, housing, feed, genetics, digestion, reproduction, quiet observation, nature journal, essay.
Goats-History of domestication, geographical movement, breeds, uses, housing, feed, genetics, digestion, reproduction, quiet observation, hands-on milking(if a goat is with milk) nature journal, essay.
Horses-History of domestication, geographical movement, breeds, uses, housing, feed, genetics, digestion, reproduction, observation, hands-on grooming, nature journal, essay. (NOTE- This is not a horse riding class)

Beekeeping-History of the honey bee, history of human management, geographical movement, uses and products, hive box methods, identification, life cycle, reproduction, pollination, honey manufacturing, quiet observation, nature journal, essay.

Adoption Event w/ Twyla’s Friends @ Pet Ranch
11:00 AM-3:00 PM
Twyla’s Friends will be here with some of their dogs that are available for adoption!
For more information on all of Twyla’s pets that are available for adoption, please visit www.twyla.org.

Sunday: 1/24

 

Fall Creek Farmers’ Market
9:00-1:00 PM
Quality farmers’ market with a variety of grocery staples and specialty foods. Family-friendly and fur babies are welcomed

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