What’s Up in San Antonio Weekend of January 16, 2020

NEW MOVIES: Dolittle, Bad Boys for Life, Weathering with You, The Wave, Tyler Perry's A Fall From Grace, Disturbing the Peace, Troop Zero



MONSTER JAM: SAT: Pit Party 2:30pm, Show 7:00pm, SUN: Pit Party: 11:30am, Show: 3:00pm



The San Antonio Botanical Garden which is open year-round has 38 acres to explore and many seasonal events, exhibits, classes and camps. Active duty Military, retired military, and reservists can save $2.00 off admission tickets.


See a different view of the city at the 750-foot-tall Tower of the Americas in downtown San Antonio. Visit the Observation Deck and enjoy a meal at the revolving Chart House Restaurant. The Tower of Americas offers $2.00 military discount on admission.


Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch has 450 acres that’s home to over 500 animals. Military personnel get $4.00 off general admission with a valid ID.



Songwriter Showcase THRU - OCTOBER 15, 2020 6PM FREE

Every third Thursday Doors Open at 6:00pm For social time with coffee, tea and snacks Performance at 7:00pm. Unity Church of the Hill Country 1016 Jefferson Street Kerrville, TX 78028 830-896-7575


COLLABORATIVE EXHIBITION CELEBRATING TEXAS CLAY OPENS AT SAN ANTONIO ART LEAGUE & MUSEUM The San Antonio Art League Museum (SAALM) and the San Antonio Potters’ Guild (SAPG) present TEXAS CLAY: 20/20 VISION, a collaborative exhibition which opens to the public on Sunday, January 12, 2020. This unique dual-concept show features claywork and ceramics from the 25th juried Potters Guild competition as well as a juried selection of clay-inspired wall pieces by members of the San Antonio Art League. The exhibition opens with a reception and an awards presentation on January 12 from 3-5 p.m. at the San Antonio Art League. Juror Paula Owen, President of the Southwest School of Art, selected works from both the Art League submissions and the Potters’ Guild entries to be eligible for awards. Because the exhibit is designed to explore the concept of clay as both metaphor and material, works that were not selected for the juried portion of the show will be shown in the second floor gallery to further the discussion of the theme. While these pieces are not eligible for awards, they make an important contribution to the conversation about the nature of clay through their diversity. TEXAS CLAY: 20/20 VISION will be open from January 12th until February 22nd, 2020. The San Antonio Art League & Museum is located at 130 King William Street across from King William Park. The museum is open to the public free of charge Tuesday-Saturday from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Donations are welcome. For more information call 210-223-1140 or visit www.saalm.org online. San Antonio Art League & Museum 130 King William(210) 223-1140

Contra Dance to Live Music JANUARY 11 - DECEMBER 12 2020 7PM

Everyone is welcome to monthly 2nd Saturday contra dances at 7:00 PM at Our Lady of the Lake University. Dance in comfortable clothes to live music with no partner needed. Simple figures are taught and called for every dance. Children and all abilities welcome. Contra dancing has roots in American, English and French traditional figure dance with a groovy energy. Most fun you can have with your shoes on! Our Lady of the Lake University, International Folk Culture Center411 SW 24th St, San Antonio, TX 78207 (210) 669-4672 amyehart@juno.com

Nutrition support group meeting Every first Thursday 10AM FREE

The Live with Nature nutritional support group meets every first Thursday of the month at Eco Centro, Main at Locust, as a means for interested people to learn and share natural health information. Meetings are always free and kindred spirits are always welcome. Call to learn about our next meeting and/ or to get on email list. Bill Sinkin Eco Centro 1802 N. Main (210) 492-4620 livewithnature@msn.com

2nd Annual Contemporary Western Show NOVEMBER 22, 2019 - JANUARY 4, 2020 FREE

Felder Gallery invites you to come see Where The West Is Fun at our 2nd Annual Contemporary Western Show. This time, we are showcasing works by Miles Glynn from his Wallflower and pulpWESTERN series. The show will run from November 22, 2019 – January 4, 2020 with an opening reception, featuring a personal appearance by the Montana-based artist, on Friday November 22, from 5-7pm. The artist captures the quintessence of what was and what is today’s West in a compelling fusion of realism, fantasy and technology. His work is intricate, meticulous, graceful, and often downright startling. As unexpected, say, as an image of a fragile scrap of wallpaper from an historic ghost town adorning the rough, shaggy pelt of a buffalo. Nope, it shouldn’t work, but yep, it does. Glynn's affinity for traveling long roads, exploration, and going to great lengths to create compelling photographs leads to his success in telling important stories. "I travel to abandoned homesteads, gritty ghost towns, and buildings dripping with history to photograph exquisite wallpapers - these glorious relics of an effort made by people who wished to enjoy a simple bit of beauty inside their dwelling on the harsh and hostile American frontier. But time has had its way with these buildings, and in my own way, I take comfort in helping the grace and grandeur of these relics to live on." The opening reception will take place at Felder Gallery, 5934 Broadway St, Suite 1. Guests will enjoy hors d'oeuvres while sipping on Prairie Palomas - a specialty drink using moonshine spirits that are usually available only in Montana. Guests will also have the chance to chat with the artist about his works—and hear some of the colorful stories behind their creation. To learn more about the complete schedule of exhibitions at Felder Gallery visit feldergallery.com or call (361) 944-0167. Felder Gallery 5934 Broadway Suite (361) 944-0167

Historic Mission Tour OCTOBER 11, 2019 - FEBRUARY 29, 2020

Enjoy a wonderful guided tour of 4 historical Spanish Missions. During this tour you will be transported back to a time when the buffalo roamed free and Texas was still untamed. As your walk around each mission your guide will talk about the Mission Indians, the missionaries who left Europe to claim land for the Spanish crown and how the Missions' reign finally came to an end. You will be shuttled to each mission in the comfort of one of our 15 passenger vans. Historic San Antonio Missions (meet at Espada Park) 1750 SE Military Drive (210) 383-0872

Bandera Pointe Artisan Market JULY 27, 2019 - FEBRUARY 29, 2020

Open every Saturday 10-5pm and Sunday 11-5pm! Our family of vendors offer an assortment of products ranging from Peralta Farms (Fresh from the farm Organic, Pesticide free) fruits and vegetables, to Jessica's Lemonade Stand (Weighted Lavender & rice face mask’s)! Join us for lunch with Falcon Foods (Roasted Corn), or Bueno Hielo (Nacho’s or handmade flour tortillas Taco’s)! Bandera Pointe Artisan Market 11637 Bandera Rd

Mabuhay Filipino Texans MAY 18, 2019 - FEBRUARY 2, 2020

The UTSA Institute of Texan Cultures has prepared an Asian Texan Exhibits and Programs series to highlight three prominent Asian communities in Texas and their unique dual heritage as they preserve their cultural identities while adapting to their new lives in Texas. The institute will begin with the Filipino community, showing "Mabuhay: The Filipino Texans," produced at the ITC with input from the local Filipino community. "Mabuhay" (a Tagalog greeting) presents the story of Filipino presence in Texas, tracing to the 1820s, when Francisco Flores, a Filipino sailing on a Spanish ship, took up residence in Rockport. Mabuhay details Filipino culture, culinary traditions, military service, and other aspects of Filipino life in Texas. Also showing, "Singgalot: The Ties that Bind" originally from the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibit Service. Singgalot, roughly translated from Tagalog language as "Ties that Bind," initially explores the experience of Filipinos as colonial subjects and nationals, and further examines their struggles to acquire full citizenship as immigrants in the United States throughout the previous century. The exhibition uses rare photographs and illustrations from the National Archives, the Library of Congress and personal collections to provide a glimpse into the dynamic story, culture and contemporary issues of Filipino Americans. Institute of Texan Cultures 801 E. Cesar E. Chavez Blvd. 210-458-2300 itcweb@utsa.edu

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

myhealthrvw@gmail.com https://www.meetup.com/San-Antonio-My-Health-Meetup-group


Space Science and Exploration Lecture Series 6PM FREE

Dr. Amanda Bayless is a Senior Research Scientist at SwRI (Southwest Research Institute) and Adjunct Professor at UTSA with a background in astronomy. Building on her love of science and math, she found her career in the stars. She decided to pursue science as a career in high school, having been influenced by a physics and chemistry teacher who inspired her. She is the principal investigator for the SuperNovae Analysis Application (SNAP), a database with machine learning capabilities currently under development with the aim of identifying significant supernovae for observation. She is also working on the Spectrograph and Camera for Observations of Rapid Phenomena in the infrared and Optical (SCORPIO) for Gemini Observatories, the L’Ralph Multi-Spectral Visible Imaging Camera (MVIC) on Lucy for NASA, and a small-satellite mission to find leaks in methane production sites and pipelines. She is the coordinator for Women of Science and Engineering at SwRI. In February 2019, she picked up a “40 Under 40” Award from the San Antonio Business Journal recognizing her career success and contributions to her community. Dr. Bayless also has a talent for knitting and crocheting. She meets once a month with a knitting and crochet group that makes blankets for infants at Christus Santa Rosa Children’s Hospital. She has earned an M.S. in Astronomy from San Diego State University and her Ph.D. at the University of Texas at Austin. San Antonio Museum of Science and Technology (SAMSAT)

102 Mabry Drive San Antonio, TX 78226 (210) 338-0439

Songs for Survivors 6PM

A fun night of great music from Micky and The Motorcars and Bri Bagwell at Floore's Country Store supporting The Rape Crisis Center! Help make a difference in the lives of local survivors and show your support for thousands moreJohn T. Floore's Country Store 14492 Old Bandera Rd Helotes, TX 78023 (210) 293-9911!


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


Second Saturday Divorce Workshop 830AM

This workshop will help you take the next step.- to untie the knot - no matter where you are in your journey. Second Saturday Workshops are held all over the country. We address the legal, financial, family and personal issues of divorce in a logical, unbiased, and compassionate way, better enabling attendees to move forward with the information, confidence and greater understanding with the guidance of knowledgeableprofessionals. AmeriFirst Financial Building - First Floor Classroom, 1350 N Loop 1604 E #104 (210) 338-5908


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. Pearl Amphitheater303 Pearl PkwyFor over 30 years Hecho A Mano has celebrated San Antonio’s culturally unique and vibrant artisan community. This year the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center has partnered with its neighbor the Avenida Guadalupe Association to bring Hecho a Mano to the Plaza Guadalupe. This Outdoor Market is FREE and open to the public. Each year hundreds of art lovers and holiday shoppers seek out the handmade items by local artists that encompass both traditional and contemporary styles. Plaza Guadalupe 1327 Guadalupe St. San Antonio, TX 78207 (210) 223-3151

The 2020 African Market Festival 5PM

A one-day celebration of contemporary African arts & culture About this Event In partnership with the DreamWeek annual summit, Òlàjú Art Group presents the 2020 African Market Festival on Saturday, January 18th. During this one-day event, attendees will experience a mix of contemporary art, food, music, and fashion curated to highlight our diverse cultures. Conceptually, the ‘African Market’ is a pop-up installation where participants can shop from premium vendors, engage with creative arts, and learn about a wide range of cultural topics. MISSION: The mission of the African Market Festival is to provide a dedicated Afro-centric space for attendees to engage with multi-disciplinary forms of contemporary African art within a seamless blend of culture and commerce. Brick Marketplace 108 Blue Star (210) 628-9613

The” Let’s Rodeo Ball” featuring Gary Allan & David Lee Murphy. Freeman Expo Hall 630pm

FREE Movie Night: The Long Walk Home, Whoopi Goldberg & Sissy Spacek 7PM FREE

The Long Walk Home, starring Whoopi Goldberg and Sissy Spacek. Events leading to the Montgomery Bus boycott, the local response and eventual national reaction. This event is part of the Martin Luther King Dream Week. Friends Meeting, 7052 N Vandiver, 78209 More information: jmhaynes@earthlink.net

Quaker Meetinghouse 7052 N Vandiver at Eisenhauer Alamo Heights & Terrell Hills, TX 78209 (210) 858-7696


MLK 5K 830AM

Event Details: Martin Luther King Jr. once said, “If you can't fly then run, if you can't run then walk, if you can't walk then crawl, but whatever you do you have to keep moving forward.” The Young Men’s Leadership Academy 5K Run is a fundraising event presented by the school to help raise funds for the academy, as well as a demonstration of their support for Martin Luther King Jr.’s message of resilience and equality. 100% of proceeds from our event fund student programming. Come out and walk, run, or skip through the beautiful MLK park to help support a great cause and aid in the school’s success. If you are unable, or do not wish to run, please donate! Race Fee(s): - no refunds $10 with no race T-shirt ( price increase to $15 on 12/1/19) Race T-shirt an additional 10 dollars

MLK Park 3503 MLK Dr San Antonio, TX 78220 (210) 355-0947


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. Pearl Amphitheater303 Pearl Pk

Alamo Heights Farmers Market 10AM FREE

Local Farmers Market open every Sunday from 10am-2pm at the Alamo Quarry Market near Whole Foods. Find fresh local produce, plants, fermented foods, natural skin care products, pressed juices, all natural dog treats, chocolate, Brazilian baked goods, breakfast tacos, chili, aguas frescas, coffee, and more!


COLLABORATIVE EXHIBITION CELEBRATING TEXAS CLAY OPENS AT SAN ANTONIO ART LEAGUE & MUSEUM The San Antonio Art League Museum (SAALM) and the San Antonio Potters’ Guild (SAPG) present TEXAS CLAY: 20/20 VISION. The San Antonio Art League & Museum is located at 130 King William Street across from King William Park. The museum is open to the public free of charge Tuesday-Saturday from 10 a.m 3 p.m. Donations are welcome. For more information call 210-223-1140 or visit www.saalm.org online.

Dachshund Races 4PM FREE

Let the Dachshund Races begin! Come see why this is one of our most popular events at Krause's. Save the date for Sunday, January 19th, at 4:00 PM! The event is free and open to all ages. We are accepting food and supply donations for the HSNBA. To enter your dachshund into the races, go to https://www.krausescafe.com/event/jan19-dachshund-races-copy/

Krause's Café 148 S Castell Ave New Braunfels, TX 78130 (830) 632-5076

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