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Heritage Museum of Montgomery County: The Heritage Museum of Montgomery County offers exhibits on the history of Montgomery County, plus the Mark Clapham Collection and two adjoining houses plus memorabilia from the world-famous George Strake Oil field. Entry into the museum requires visitors to get a temperature check and masks are required. Museum hours are Wednesday to Saturday 9 am to 4 pm Call 936-539-6873 for more information or email The museum is introducing a series of programs at the museum about the history of Montgomery County. Next up on April 30 is Sondra Hernandez speaking about a newer book about Conroe – “Images of America – Conroe.”

Conroe Art League: The Conroe Art League’s Gallery at the Madeley is at 127 Simonton Street in downtown Conroe. Visit and for more on the Conroe Art League. The next general meeting of the Conroe Art League on Saturday will be combined with the monthly artist reception. The general meeting is from 4 to 5 pm Doug Hiser will announce Spring Judged Show winners from 5 to 5:45 pm An Artist’s Reception follows from 6 to 8 pm Visit for more.

The Woodlands Waterway Arts Festival: The 17th annual Woodlands Waterway Arts Festival takes this Saturday and Sunday along The Woodlands Waterway and in Town Greek Park. More than 200 artists from across the nation and world will bring their art to The Woodlands for this special weekend. See for more.


Dosey Doe Big Barn: Upcoming entertainment includes: Friday – Josh Meloy, DD Breakfast BBQ and Whiskey; Friday – Spyro Gyra, Big Barn; Saturday – Jake Bush, DD Breakfast, BBQ and Whiskey; Saturday – John Stork, Big Barn; Wednesday – Dana Cooper, DD Breakfast, BBQ and Whiskey; Wednesday – Roger Creager, Big Barn; Thursday, Bobby Irwin, DD Breakfast, BBQ and Whiskey; Thursday – “The Weight,” Big Barn; April 15 – Tyler Booth, DD Breakfast, BBQ and Whiskey; April 15 – Mark May Band featuring Miss Molly, Big Barn. The Big Barn is in The Woodlands, 25911 I-45 North. Call 281-367-3774 or visit for more.

The Corner Pub, Conroe: The Corner Pub lineup features live music several nights a week. Upcoming shows: Friday and Saturday – Conroe Crossroads Music Festival; Monday – Casual Heathens Open Mic; Tuesday – Sean Chilson Open Mic; Wednesday – The Smyths; Thursday – Zach Arron; Friday – Mary Charlotte Young. The Corner Pub is on the downtown Conroe square, 302 N. Main Street. Visit for more information.

Red Brick Tavern: The Red Brick Tavern is at 119 Simonton in downtown Conroe. Concert venue, bar & grill and pizza place. Entertainment: Friday & Saturday – Conroe Crossroads Music Festival; Sunday – Gospel Sunday Brunch with the Jim Sloan Trio; April 15 – Kris Rogge Fisher; April 26 – Joe Blues and Co. Call 936-539-2000 or Visit TheRedBrickTavern. Or see

Pacific Yard House: The Pacific Yard House is at 101 Metcalf Street in downtown Conroe. Concert venue, pub and grub: Friday and Saturday – Conroe Crossroads Music Festival; April 10 – Rick and Luann Stancil; Thursday – Gary Kyle; April 15 – Super Party; April 16 – Dueling Pianos. Visit

Bernhardt Winery: Bernhardt Winery is located at 9043 County Road 204, Plantersville just across the Montgomery County line. Upcoming schedule: Saturday – Jerry Diaz; Sunday – Barracuda – America’s Heart Tribute. Visit for more.

202 Main: 202 Main event venue in downtown Conroe is at 202 Main Street. Visit for more. Saturday through Sunday – Conroe Crossroads Music Festival; Friday – Southern Disposition at 8 pm and Keyun and the Zydeco Masters at 10 pm; Saturday – Harvest Thieves at 8 pm; Folk Family Revival at 10 pm; Sunday – Taylor Graves and the Tombstone Trio at noon plus the All Things Spring Artisan Market from noon to 4 pm

The Ferm Chair: The Ferm Meadery offers honey wine in tastings and pairings with other libations. It’s at 225 Simonton in downtown Conroe. Visit to check out their schedule.

Conroe Crossroads Festival: The inaugural Conroe Crossroads festival will feature of numerous genres performing at artists venues across the city April 7-10. Wristbands will give festival attendees access to around 40 shows. Conroe Crossroads will also feature some free and open to the public shows. The festival is a partnership with Open Sky Media. For a full list of entertainers, visit Also visit the site for tickets and wristbands.

The Table at the Madeley: The Table at the Madeley is now open at 316 Madeley in downtown Conroe. There are four resident food trucks plus live music on an indoor and outdoor stage. Upcoming acts are: Friday and Saturday – Conroe Crossroads Music Festival.

Southern Star Brewing Company: Southern Star Brewing Company is located at 3525 N. Frazier St. in Conroe. Visit for more. Friday – Battle of Bags Cornhole from 4 to 6 pm; Saturday – Who Rescued Who presents the 2nd annual Bags for Wags event benefiting animal rescue in the Houston-area. Alongside live music and food trucks, there will also be a handful of local vendors; Sunday – Crawfish Sundays with D’s Cookin.

B-52 Brewing: B-52 Brewing hosts a variety of events at their facility at 12470 Milroy Lane off Texas 105 between Conroe and Montgomery. B52 Brewing is home to a three-acre, shaded beer garden and large taproom set in the forest near Lake Conroe. The thrive on creativity and quality when creating their beer menu, and offer up to 20 different beers brewed on-site. Upcoming activities include: Friday – music with Matt Nestor; Saturday – Food Truck rally. See

Montgomery County Choral Society: The Montgomery County Choral Society’s Spring Finale is set for May 16 at First Methodist Conroe. Visit More details to come.

Conroe Symphony Orchestra: The Conroe Symphony Orchestra will perform their spring concert on Saturday, April 23, at 7:30 pm at the West Conroe Baptist Church with Dr. Kayoko Dan directing. The musicians will perform the repertoire to the theme, “The Earth Has Music for Those Who Listen.” Visit for more.

The Woodlands Symphony: Join the Woodlands Symphony for music that is “Out of this World” on Sunday, May 1, at The Woodlands Methodist Church. Artistic Director Darryl Bayer plans to unite the classical world of music with the universe of sci-fi, space, and fantasy fans in this uniquely designed concert of movie soundtracks. The program begins at 6 pm with doors opening at 5:30 for general admission seating. Discount tickets can be purchased in advance through or at the door the night of the concert.


The Players Theater Company: Live at the Owen Theatre, The Players Theater Company stages “Bright Star” opening May 13 at the Owen Theater in downtown Conroe. Visit or call 936-539-4090.

Stage Right of Texas: Stage Right of Texas, resident theater troupe of the Crighton Theater in downtown Conroe, presents “The Dinner Party” opening April 8 at the Crighton Theatre.

Christian Youth Theatre: Christian Youth Theater presents “The Lions King Jr.” May 13-22 with eight performances at the Crighton Theater in downtown Conroe. See

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