Posted: August 17, 2016
NEW MOVIES: The House with a Clock in its Walls, Life Itself, The Sisters Brothers
NFL: THURS: NY JETS @ CLEVELAND BROWNS 7:20PM, SUNDAY: NY GIANTS @ TEXANS 12PM, COWBOYS @ SEAHAWKS 325PM
COLLEGE FOOTBALL: TEXAS STATE @ UTSA 6PM, TCU @ UT TEXAS 330PM, TEXAS A&M @ ALABAMA 230PM
The Shops at Cantera is Now Dog Friendly!
Uniform 300 SEPTEMBER 19 - SEPTEMBER 24 FREE 9AM
Uniform 300 is a photographic project coinciding with San Antonio’s Tricentennial Celebration. In Uniform 300, photographer Rahm Carrington and curator/producer Alice Carrington Foultz collaborated to depict the diversity of San Antonina’s following the six pillars of the Tricentennial: Religion, Military, History & Education, Arts & Culture, World Heritage and Community Service. The project features portraits of San Antonio citizens representing all neighborhoods, passions, jobs, and walks of life. Exhibit dates Sept. 19 – 24 at Central Library; other locations and dates available at mysapl.org 210.207-2500
The Peddler Show SEPTEMBER 21 - SEPTEMBER 23
Come spruce up your home and wardrobe for Fall! The Peddler Show is coming to San Antonio at the San Antonio Shrine Auditorium from September 21st-23rd! Plan a girl's day out with your friends and family for a delightfully different shopping experience! *Embroidered Totes *Vintage Home Decor *Personalized Items *Candles *Metal Works *Stylish Fashions *Children's Accessories *One of a Kind Gifts *Outdoor Accents *Gourmet Food *Jewelry *Show hours are Friday 12pm-6pm, Saturday 9am-6pm and Sunday 11am-4pm One admission is good for all 3 days of shopping! FREE PARKING all weekend!!! *Purchase advance tickets online at peddlershow.com and save $2 Tickets are $7 at the door, kids under 12 get in FREE Follow The Peddler Show on Facebook for show updates, photos and fun contests, and visit www.peddlershow.com for more info! San Antonio Shrine Auditorium 901 N. Loop 1604 West 210-241-5441
Grandparents Month SEPTEMBER 1 - SEPTEMBER 30 FREE
We all love them, and that’s why we are celebrating grandparents all September long with FREE admission. Get ready for more outings with grandma and grandpa! Details: - Offer valid every day during the month of September 2018 - Offer may not be combined with any other coupons or offers - Offer not valid for online ticket purchases The Do Seum 2800 Broadway St.
Nature Connects: Art with Lego© Bricks 9am thru December 31st
Nature Connects is an award-winning sculpture exhibition by Brooklyn-based artist Sean Kenney. Created with nearly half a million LEGO © bricks, the thirteen nature-inspired displays at the San Antonio Botanical Garden include a larger-than-life Monarch butterfly and a 6-foot hummingbird on a trumpet flower. San Antonio Botanical Garden 555 Funston Place
Community Support Groups JULY 19, 2018 - DECEMBER 19, 2019
Every 1st & 3rd Thurs of month 2 support groups held in the Family Life Center at St. Peter's, Boerne, for: (1) family members who care for or are associated with a mentally ill person; (2) peer-to-peer group for those affected personally by mental illness--both held @ 6:30-8:30 in separate rooms across from each other. Walk-in's welcome but if more info needed please e-mail: Don and Mary O'Connor: email@example.com, or jenny @ firstname.lastname@example.org for peer group info. St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church 202 W. Kronkosky St. Boerne, TX 78006. NAMI/San Antonio (National Alliance on Mental Illness) (210) 734-3349 email@example.com
Salado Creek Market at Los Patios now - DECEMBER 8 10am
Twenty four artists, craftsmen and food purveyors on the grounds of beautiful Los Patios the second weekend of each month. Saturday and Sunday, 10-4. Additional vendors welcome. Each month benefits a separate charity. To apply as a vendor or participate as a charity, call 210-280-8451 Los Patios - An Event Destination 2015 NE Loop 410 210-844-2130
First Friday Fun @Urban Farm Stand- DECEMBER 31, 2018 5pm FREE
Special guest vendors & artists, food trucks, fire spinners, acrobats, comedians, musicians, you never who'll be here so come explore & share our Southtown's Fabulous First Friday bashes. The Urban Farm Stand 1423 So. Presa 210.702.0898
Mission Marquee Farmers & Artisans Market MARCH 17 - NOVEMBER 17
Join us at the Mission Marquee Plaza Farmers and Artisan Market! Come check out locally sourced farmers selling fresh goods. The San Antonio Food Bank Mobile Mercado will be on site which includes healthy cooking demos and nutrition education. Browse through a variety of local artisan vendors. There will also be live music performances, food, fun family activities, plus much more! We are Pet Friendly! Brought to you by the City of San Antonio World Heritage Office, San Antonio Food Bank, and American Indians in Texas. Mission Marquee Plaza 3100 Roosevelt (210) 207-8612
Farmers Market at the Cibolo MARCH 3 - NOVEMBER 17 9am FREE
The Farmers Market at the Cibolo provides area residents the opportunity to buy Hill Country grown and produced products and support local farmers and specialty vendors. If it’s homemade, handmade or fresh and tasty, you can get it at the Farmers Market at the Cibolo. The farmers market also offers educational and cultural events and a place to visit with friends and neighbors. There is always something fun happening at the Market! Herff Farm 33 Herff Road Boerne, TX 78006 (830) 249-4616
Eastside Spanish-English Exchange JANUARY 4 - NOVEMBER 15 free
EastEastside Spanish-English Exchange allows people who are fluent in either Spanish or English to improve conversational ability in the other language. Our primary focus is conversing in Spanish over lunch. Participants arrive when they can and leave when they need to, as several utilize their lunch hours to participate. There is no meeting on Thanksgiving Day. First Presbyterian Church generously provides water and coffee in the room. Although the address of the building is 404 North Alamo, the entrance is on Avenue E at McCullough. From the entrance, which is on lobby level "L", either go up one level to "2" in the elevator or take the stairs to the LEFT up to the next landing. From the level 2 landing, there is a doorway to the right labeled for offices. The conference room, room 200, is to the ledt after entering the suite of offices. Eastside Spanish-English Exchange is coordinated by Rachel Cywinski and by regular participant Tina Pacheco, 2 community members. First Presbyterian Church 404 North Alamo Street, Entrance on Avenue E at McCullough (210) 271-2753 firstname.lastname@example.org http://fpcsanantonio.org
Want to play RUGBY!!! Tues 7 Thurs 7pm FREE
Learn how to play the fastest growing sport in America. Rugby is great for fitness and any age. Join us every Tuesday and Thursday at 7pm at the Wheatley Heights Sports Complex and let The San Antonio Rugby Football Club show you how to play this amazing sport. Youth and High School teams are looking for new players as well as our Men's team and Women's team.
San Antonio My Health Meetup group every Thursday 630pm FREE
Want to know how you can be healthier? Want to know how to improve your diet? Then, join likeminded people who strive to feel better, more active, and get the most out of their health. Stop by during our meetups to hear a helpful tip or share a healthful tip! All are welcome! We hope to see you soon! La Madeleine 11745 W Interstate 10 Ste 101 (703) 473-9096
Children’s Vegetable Garden Program SEPTEMBER 8 - DECEMBER 15
The Garden is proud to present one of the nation’s oldest youth gardening programs. Children ages 8-13 get their hands-on horticulture with the help of our partner organizations, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service and Bexar County Master Gardeners. The Children’s Vegetable Garden Program at the San Antonio Botanical Garden is an opportunity for children to grow their own vegetables and ornamental plants with the help of instructors from the Texas A&M AgriLIFE Extension Service and Bexar County Master Gardeners, as well as other volunteer organizations. Each child is allotted a 3.5’x28’ garden plot. Children will have fun growing different types of seeds, vegetables, and ornamental annual flowers. Children can also earn their Junior Master Gardener certification by participating in fun, hands-on activities each week after they have tended their garden. In order to gain the most from the learning experience and to help ensure successful growing, participants are required to attend all sessions (two absences are allowed). Families are welcome to share the gardening experience with their child. A parent or guardian must stay with their child. San Antonio Botanical Garden
555 Funston Place
Destino San Antonio @ Briscoe SEPTEMBER 21, 2018 - JANUARY 21, 2019
Destino San Antonio presents, for the first time, selections from the Briscoe Museum’s collection of nearly 600 stereographs of San Antonio, dating from the 1860s to 1930. The exhibition is inspired by the structure of the stereograph─ a picture composed of two superposed images that give a three-dimensional effect when viewed with a stereoscope or special glasses. Artist and guest curator Anne Wallace incorporates multiple perspectives on the image and identity of San Antonio during a time of profound transition after the Civil War until the final days of the “frontier,” inviting us to engage with the past and consider the future of our City. Briscoe Western Art Museum 210 W. Market Street San Antonio, TX 78205 2102994499
Eric Reno Film Series: Casablanca 7PM FREE
Join us for a screening of Casablanca presented by History and Heritage Committee of Northeast Lakeview College. Free and open to the public. Northeast Lakeview College Performaing Arts Center 1201 Kitty Hawk Rd. Universal City, TX 210-486-5387
Planetarium Shows at the Scobee Education Center 630PM
Scobee Planetarium is open every Friday evening (except special events and holidays). Ticket sales begin at 6:00 pm. If weather permits, the observatory is opened after the last public show to observe celestial objects through the refracting telescope. Visit https://www.facebook.com/scobeeplanetarium for schedule and information. Scobee Education Center and Planetarium 1300 San Pedro
First Friday Stargazing at UTSA 7pm FREE
The UTSA Department of Physics and Astronomy invites the public to our monthly stargazing event "First Friday Stargazing" at the Curtis Flawn Jr. Observatory on the UTSA Main campus. Observatory telescopes will be setup on our star party deck and operated by experienced astronomers from UTSA and volunteers from the San Antonio League of Sidewalk Astronomers. This is a free event and open to everyone. NOTE: We are a weather dependent event, so it may be cancelled due to clouds and/or rain. Go to our astronomy events page at astronomy.utsa.edu for news on event cancellations or monitor this Facebook page! University of Texas at San Antonio - Curtis Vaughan Observatory One UTSA Circle San Antonio, TX 78249 210-458-6316 email@example.com
Book of Love 7PM @ The Tobin
Book of Love is an American synth-pop band formed in 1983. Friends since high school, Ted and Susan Ottaviano (who share the same last name but are not related) initially worked musically with Jade Lee, Susan's classmate at the Philadelphia College of Art, in the early 80s. In 1983, the trio began recording as Book Of Love; the following year, Ted recruited New York’s School of Visual Arts fellow student Lauren
Bowl for Kids' Sake - Benefitting Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Texas 7PM
Bandera Bowling Center6700 Huebner Rd Leon Valley, TX 78238 (210) 225-6322
Friday Nights, Celestial Lights @ UTSA 730 pm FREE
The UTSA Department of Physics and Astronomy invites everyone to our free monthly lecture and stargazing event "Friday Nights Celestial Lights" to be held third Friday of the month beginning at 7:30 PM in the Flawn Science Building room 2.02.02 on the University of Texas at San Antonio Main Campus. Department staff each month takes recent topic if interest in astronomy/space science and discuss it in an easy to understand format for the general public. It is then followed by a question and answer period. The lecture is aimed not to be too scientifically "heavy" and can be understood by a middle school student. Stargazing to follow immediately after the lecture (weather permitting) at the Curtis Vaughan Jr. Observatory. For more information, visit astronomy.utsa.edu University of Texas at San Antonio - Curtis Vaughan Observatory One UTSA Circle San Antonio, TX 78249 210-458-6316
FREE Movie Night: Where to Invade Next, film by Michael Moore 730PM FREE
Celebrating International Peace Day, we offer a free showing of this classic, part comedy, part polemic. Discussion will follow; there will be popcorn. Friends Meeting of San Antonio 7052 N Vandiver 210-858-7696
Nature Walk: Grasses of Phil Hardberger Park 8AM FREE
Floyd Waller will be presenting during this nature walk. Participants will be observing how nature changes through the seasons and learning to identify the common grasses in the park. This will give you a chance to see fully-developed grasses, especially grass inflorescence, than is possible earlier in the year as well as see the progress expanding our savanna area. Phil Hardberger Park Urban Ecology Center 8400 NW Military Hwy 210-492-7472
Museum Day Live @ THE INSTITUE OF TEXAN CULTURES 9 AM FREE
The UTSA Institute of Texan Cultures will take part in Smithsonian Magazine’s annual Museum Day Live! on Sept. 22, emulating the national museum’s free admission policy. Tickets for Smithsonian magazine’s 14th annual Museum Day are now available for download. Museum-goers can head to the Museum Day website to download one free ticket, good for two people. Each ticket grants the ticket holder, and one guest, free access to any participating museum on September 22. One ticket is permitted per email address The theme of this year’s Museum Day is “Women Making History,” honoring women in society who are trailblazers in the arts, sciences, innovation and culture, and emboldening others to be pioneers. Museum Day celebrates the extraordinary power of museums to provide visitors with insight and inspiration, and the event represents a national commitment to access, equity and inclusion. Over 1,250 museums have registered to date. To see the full list of participating museums and download a free ticket please visit Smithsonian.com/museumday.
Pearl Farmer's Market 9AM
Legacy Farmers Market 10AM
Local farmers, food artisans, crafters and more. Find the best local produce and hidden gems in the area. Come by and see us! Every weekend from 10am-3pm. Northeast corner of 1604/281N. Legacy Shopping Center 18402 US Hwy 281N
Fall and Winter Vegetable Gardening 1030 AM FREE
David Rodriguez, AgriLife Extension Agent from Bexar County, will be doing a presentation on the how and what's for Fall and Winter vegetable gardening. Free and open to the Public. For more information, please contact Denise Perez at 210-631-0400 Milberger's 3920 North Loop 1604(210) 461-2849.
38th Annual Medina Lake Cajun Festival 11AM
38th Annual Cajun Fest at Medina Lake. There will be live music-Cajun, Zydeco & Country Western on 2 stages. Homemade Cajun Food, Beer, Wine, Soda, Lemonade & Tea. Games for kids, Arts & Crafts show, Silent Auction. Gumbo Cook-Off with 3 categories-Amateur, Professional and Culinary Students. Admission is $10, children 10 & Under are FREE. Handicapped parking available. Shuttle bus and parking are FREE. Dedicated, secure parking for motorcycles. Service Animals only-no Pets. Lakehills Civic Center 11225 Park Road 37 Lakehills, TX 78063 (830) 688-0033
RIVER CITY ROCKFEST @ AT&T 12PM-12AM
Brews and Blooms @ THE SA BOTANICAL CENTER 7PM
Brews and Blooms is a fun and casual evening for adults 21 and older (valid ID required). Craft brew sampling, food trucks, live music, DJ Music by Two Ten Entertainment, and adult activities, all set in the gorgeous, flowering Botanical Garden. Brews and Blooms isn’t your typical beer garden!
Three Women and the Truth @ THE TOBIN 8PM
Three women, three guitars and the words, music, and hard-won wisdom from three lifetimes spent in pursuit of the song. Three Women and The Truth is a trio of accomplished, richly talented, multiple award winning female songwriters whose songs cut through the murky layers of life's complexities. Writing from their own experience, these songwriters are skilled in balancing personal tales with classic underpinnings, which hint at the evocative idea that all our lives are full of events and incidents that touch on the mythic and the timeless.
Congregation Agudas Achim 16550 Huebner Rd. 8AM
City Church Downtown 1123 East Commerce St 830AM
Resurrection Baptist Church1002 Live Oak Rd. Schertz, TX 9AM
St. Peter & Paul Catholic Church 386 North Castell New Braunfels, TX 945AM
Holy Name Catholic Church 3814 Nash Blvd 945AM
Legacy Farmers Market 10AM
Local farmers, food artisans, crafters and more. Find the best local produce and hidden gems in the area. Come by and see us! Every weekend from 10am-3pm. Northeast corner of 1604/281N. Legacy Shopping Center 18402 US Hwy 281N Road
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