Labor Day is next Monday. It became a federal holiday in 1894 to “celebrate the social and economic achievements of American workers.” Although the first Labor Day celebration occurred as early as 1882 in New York City. So for 127 years the United States has celebrated the laborer, who are the backbone of our nation and economy. As a result, most schools, banks, and businesses close to observe the holiday. Therefore, let’s see what events will be hosted in and around the Lake Conroe area.
Celebration in The Woodlands
Come to the Waterway Square on Sunday, September between 5-9 p.m. There will be live music, children’s crafts, and pie eating contests. To end the event, they will fill the sky with beautiful fireworks for about a seven minute show. To find out more, click here.
The weekend of Labor Day from September 3rd to 6th the KOA Campground in Montgomery for campers. They are offering deals for guests. In addition to swimming and pool activities, they are offering crafts and fun activities. Also they are aksing people to wear red, white, and blue.
Fielding’s Local Kitchen & Bar
Starting at 3 p.m. on Monday, September 6th, Fielding’s Local Kitchen & Bar in The Woodlands is hosting a free party with live music. Justin LeBlanc is performing from 5-8 p.m. To hear him or check him out, click here. They are offering handcrafted food made from scratch and drinks. Be sure to check out the special cocktail menu. The restaurant sits at 26400 Kuykendahl Road, The Woodlands, TX 77375.
Corn Hole Tournament
At a Time to Spare Entertainment, they are hosting a corn hole tournament. Find a partner and register for $20. The tournament begins at 7 p.m. Winners leave with a money prize. If you miss it on Labor Day, no worries. They host this kind of tournament every Tuesdays.
From fireworks to handcrafted food to camping to corn hole, there are several events near Lake Conroe this Monday. Of course, the lake itself offers plenty of fun recreation. As a small business, Mike Goins Real Estate, appreciates your work in our community. Have a happy Labor Day!