Wednesday, November 22, 2017 / by Jones Real Estate Team
THIS WEEKEND IN SAN ANTONIO
FRI. 11/23 - SUN. 11/26
BLACK FRIDAY RESOURCES
We did some searching for you to find websites that show the best Black Friday Deals.
If you’re an early bird, you can find a list of stores that are open on Thanksgiving Night here. We found two great sites that compiled top-tier items that you will want to nab while they’re on sale this weekend. You can search through those sites here and here.
If you want to avoid the chaos of Black Friday, we still have our regular list of events compiled.
ONSLAUGHT: A STORY TELLING SHOW
Friday | 10-11:45pm | The Blind Tiger Comedy Club | $7
Comedians Kat Ramzinski, Christina Parrish, Joey McCormick and George Anthony tell true stories on the Blind Tiger stage. Like a Martin Scorsese meets Bill & Ted type of fun.
Friday | 9pm-2am | The Amp Room | Free | 21+
Blacklisted presents: Scorpio of Nite School from Austin, TX. Black Light Glow Party. Live body painting, UV reactive clothing encouraged.
HOLIDAY LIGHTS WALKING TOUR
Fridays & Saturdays | 7-9:30pm | Alamo Plaza | $30
Guests can have a warm holiday beverage and make their way through downtown San Antonio. This night tour takes includes a private river boat ride, followed by a short history of San Antonio as told on the backdrop of San Fernando Cathedral, The Heart of the City.
Friday & Saturday, 8 & 10:15pm | Sunday 8pm | River Center Comedy Club | $17
Jay Lafarr is a San Antonio native comic who has performed in 43 states, 5 countries, and speaking on topics as diverse as the tens of thousands of people he has entertained. There is something for everyone at his performances.
CHRISTMAS LIGHT FEST
Thanksgiving through New Year’s Eve | 6-10pm | Don Strange Ranch | $27
More than two million twinkling lights will be on display at Christmas Light Fest. Open nightly, the light spectacular features drive-thru tunnels of twinkling lights and holiday displays along a two-mile path and Santa’s Village, a rustic barn filled with holiday flavors and activities. Drive through the sparkling displays or go ranch-style and catch a hayride.
A DOLL'S HOUSE
Friday & Saturday, 8pm | Sunday, 3pm | The Classic Theatre | $17-32
Henrik Ibsen’s “modern tragedy” from 1879 digs into gender roles and marriage as it follows the story of a woman whose attempt to help her husband goes terribly wrong. Kelly Roush directs the Classic Theatre’s production, which sets the play in 1950s American “with a Mad Men flair.”
BIG BAND CHRISTMAS SHOW WITH DOC WATKINS AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Friday & Saturday | 8:30-11:30pm | Jazz, TX | $30
Doc Watkins and his Orchestra is a 17-piece Big Band performing for their Christmas show.
WITTE ROCK ART FOUNDATION HIKING TOUR
Saturdays | Witte Museum | $10
This site boasts one of the most iconic and remarkable prehistoric visual narratives dating back thousands of years, and the Witte Museum’s Tour Guide Team will take guests to see the preserve in all of its splendor. Reservations are required for all tours.
YOGA FOR RESILIENCE
Saturdays | 9am-10pm | MelMarie Yoga Studio | $15 suggested donation
This class aims to benefit anyone regardless of physical or psychological limitations, to enhance overall well-being. The class will focus on finding what works best for each individual and explore a variety of empowering postures and stress-relieving breathing exercises that encourage healing, self-awareness and inter-connectedness. The goal is to equip you with mind, body awareness techniques that can be incorporated into everyday life and help calm the mind.
CENTRAL WITHIN REACH: HISTORIC BUILDING RIVERWALK TOUR
Sunday | 9-11:30am | Central Library | Free
A free guided walking tour designed by librarians to introduce patrons to the rich history of San Antonio’s downtown within walking distance of the Central Library. This history tour begins with Central Library's Texana room and includes historical buildings and sites along the downtown reach of the Riverwalk and ends at the Briscoe Western Arts Museum. Space is limited and online registration is required.
THE HEALING ARTS FESTIVAL & MARKET
Sunday | 11am-6pm | Hilton Garden Inn | Free
Showcasing the finest healing arts practitioners from throughout Texas in all modalities! Reflexology, art, crafts, energy work, tarot, body art, astrology, crystals, intuitive counsel, jewelry, massage, poetry and performances! The Festival is also an official donation drop off site for The San Antonio Food Bank!
DOWNTOWN LOCAL SOUNDS
Sunday | 2-6pm | Arneson River Theatre | Free
A free Sunday music concert series featuring local musicians This Is Where Two Oceans Meet, Formative Fire and River Baron.