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Residents of The Woodlands Hills can explore nature, walk along trails and enjoy parks every day along with exciting activities offered year round, hosted by the new Homeowners Association (HOA).

Activities are held in and around the new event-friendly Activity Center at Founders Park, the 17-acre village park in The Woodlands Hills, which offers many premier amenities to take advantage of and enjoy. The 10,600-square-foot Activity Center has an indoor and outdoor gathering space which presents the perfect place to connect with neighbors.

“Within the last few months, we’ve hosted a Health Fair, a Santa Event, a Taste of Hills Kitchen Demo and a Back to School Bash,” said Tammy Davis, Lifestyle Coordinator for The Woodlands Hills HOA. “All events have been very well attended and full of fun activity and camaraderie for our neighbors.”


Here’s a recap of what The Woodlands Hills HOA has been hosting:

Health Fair

The Health Fair, held January 25, showcased demonstrations of the fitness equipment and Wellbeats™ virtual fitness program inside the state-of-the-art fitness area at the Activity Center. Yoga, stretching and gymnastic demos were held on the sprawling outdoor fitness lawn. Inside the Activity Center, the fair featured healthy cooking exhibits in the demonstration kitchen, information about how to stay healthy from a holistic-minded physician, refreshments and relaxing chair massages!



Santa Claus Event

During the Santa Claus event on December 14, families took advantage of some great photo ops with Santa and decorative holiday props. The Brabham Bronco Choir (Willis ISD Brabham Middle School) and Willis High School Choir brought on some fantastic live entertainment by singing some favorite holiday songs. Everyone enjoyed “Dasher’s Delights” holiday pastries, sweet holiday cookies and “Prancer Parfaits” as well as fresh fruit and candy canes and lollypops.

The Taste of The Hills Kitchen

The Taste of The Hills Kitchen, held November 8, featured a cooking demonstration in the Activity Center’s demonstration kitchen by Chef Brandi. Growers Outlet – Texas’ largest independent nursery and garden center – served as the sponsor.  Ingredients, including fresh vegetables and herbs, came from a farm-to-kitchen collective which was sourced from:

  • PEAS Farm, Cut N’ Shoot, TX
  • 3 Sister Farms, Tomball, TX
  • Flora Corina, North Houston
  • Bakers by Heart, Tomball, TX
  • The Growers Outlet, Willis, TX
  • Rio Grande Organics, Quemado, TX

Taste buds were delighted by specialty breads such as olive bread and sundried tomato bread, along with herb, cilantro and red pepper pesto dips, marinated chicken and hors d’oeuvres, complete with a wine tasting and exotic punch.

Back To School Bash

During the Back to School Bash on August 17, students and their parents enjoyed the last droplets of summer at the leisure pool (The Woodlands Hills features a leisure pool with a lazy river, diving tower and fitness pool). The live DJ did a great job setting the summer fun party scene. After some whimsical hula-hoop lessons with the lifeguards and games, young children, as well as teens, enjoyed build-your-own ice cream sundaes. All kids received a back-to-school goody bag and giveaways from The Willis High School Wildcats.

Along with HOA activities, later this year, The Howard Hughes Corporation will host a Home Tour, monthly House Concerts (admission $20) beginning in March andHarvest in the Hills for everyone to enjoy.  Check back for further details.