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This Weekend in San Antonio 1/19-1/21

Thursday, January 18, 2018   /   by Jones Real Estate Team

This Weekend in San Antonio 1/19-1/21

KEEPING UP WITH THE JONESES

 

SAN ANTONIO ATTRACTIONS

 

MUSEUMS:                                                                                        GOLF:

Briscoe Western Art Museum                                                             The Golf Club of Texas

San Antonio Missions                                                                         The Quarry

San Antonio Museum of Art                                                               Cedar Creek

Texas Transportation Museum                                                         

Holocaust Memorial Museum of San Antonio                                   THEME PARKS:

The Buckhorn Saloon & Museum                                                      Six Flags Fiesta Texas

The Witte Museum                                                                             SeaWorld San Antonio

Institute of Texan Cultures                                                                 Morgan’s Wonderland

 

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FRIDAY EVENTS

 

NATIVE PLANT WALK

Friday | 10am | San Antonio Botanical Garden | $9-12

Explore The Botanical Garden's Texas Native Trails with 2 experienced Master Naturalists, Nancy and Gary Rogers. Learn a little history and ethno-botany along the way and join in the discussion of water, soil, topography and weather that allowed our natives to thrive. Registration for guests is required.

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TODDLER ART PLAY: EVERY BABY 
Friday | 10:30am | McNay Art Museum | $15-20

The McNay's Mini Museum is hosting creative playtime for children under five. Wear paint clothes for a fun, messy time at the McNay. All programs are outdoors unless it rains.

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WORKING TOGETHER TO BUILD DIGITALLY INCLUSIVE COMMUNITIES 

Friday | 4pm-6pm | Las Palmas Branch Library | Free

This panel brimming with local leaders, internet service providers and organizations will go over the importance of internet access in San Antonio, and what it means to be a “Digitally Inclusive Community.” The panel, hosted by the brand-new Upgrade SA, will discuss achieving city-wide digital inclusion for all residents, and why universal internet connectivity is an important resource to improve education and provide more career opportunities for all.

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LIVE YOUR DREAM DANCE WORKSHOP  
Friday | 6pm | The Ballroom Dance Annex | Free

Live Your Dream Dance Workshop will teach different styles of hip hop dance, such as Street Hip Hop, Krump, Mime, and many more. All dancers who are looking to learn more about different dancing styles and networking are welcome.

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FRIDAY EVENING PLANETARIUM SHOW 

Friday | 6:30pm, 7:30, & 9:00pm | Scobee Education Center | $2-5

Come out and observe celestial objects through a refractory telescope. Public Scobee Planetarium programs are only available on Friday evenings rain or shine (or twinkle). There is no late entry to the programs once they begin. Whoever said the sky’s the limit has never explored the solar system’s ice worlds or experienced the majesty of the aurora!

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ART OUT: EXPLAIN IT WITH EMOJIS 

Friday | 7:30pm-8:30pm | San Antonio Museum of Art | $5-15

Incorporating emojis, SAMA hosts a discussion about works in the contemporary galleries and then invites guests to follow the crowd to The Modernist for cocktails.

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RAMPAGE VS. TUCSON ROADRUNNERS 

Friday | 7:30pm | AT&T Center | $12-55

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BOOTS, BOOGIE & HONKY TONK 

Friday | 8pm | Paper Tiger | $20-25

Here’s the lowdown on the beer-drinkin-est, boot-scootin-est, rowdy good time you’re likely to scare up anywhere in town this Friday. The show is called Boots, Boogie, and Honky-Tonk for a reason. There ain’t hardly another man in Texas who’s as honky-tonk as headliner Dale Watson. Meanwhile, the show will also feature performances from locals The Three Timers and DT Buffkin, both of which bring some serious honky-tonk themselves. If that sounds like so much fun it ought to be illegal—don’t worry, it’s for a good cause. All proceeds will benefit young people living in San Antonio Housing Authority’s Public Housing and Section 8 programs.

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THE MOUSETRAP 

Friday | 8pm | Harlequin Dinner Theatre | Call for Ticket Prices

The Harlequin Dinner Theatre presents a live performance 'The Mousetrap'. The play surrounds a group of strangers who are stranded in a boarding house during a snow storm, one of whom is a murderer.

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SATURDAY EVENTS

 

GARDENING ROOTS (WORKSHOP 1) 

Saturday | 9:30am | Mahncke Park | $30

Tour the Mahncke Park Community Garden and discuss the types of planting beds in this newer garden area. Guests from the Bexar County Master Gardeners will discuss soils, compost manures, fertilizers and mulch. Guests are encouraged to bring seeds and plants for the swap meet.

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11TH ANNUAL BLUES FESTIVAL 

Saturday | 12pm-9pm | Luckenbach Dance Hall | $30

Luckenbach's 11th annual Blues Festival features The Peterson Brothers, Miss Lavelle White and The L Man, Crooked River Mile, Whitey Johnson, Ben Beckendorf, Hubby Jenkins, Zach Day and Jeff Plankenhorn.

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SAME NEW LIFE – CITY WIDE FIELD DAY 

Saturday | 1pm | Wheatley Heights Sports Complex | Free

A true old-fashioned field day for the family and community to enjoy. The City Wide Field Day will be an event that the family and community will enjoy, while allowing community interaction in a fun innovative environment and making a positive impact on the longevity of life.

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THE EVOLUTION OF HIP-HOP 

Saturday | 2pm | Café College | Free

San Antonio Education Partnership partners with DreamWeek to present a conversation on the evolution of hip-hip to unmask masculinity, and explore the genre’s use as a tool for social justice.

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LIVE YOUR DREAM DANCE WORKSHOP  
Saturday | 1pm & 3:30pm | The Ballroom Dance Annex | Free

Live Your Dream Dance Workshop will teach different styles of hip hop dance, such as Street Hip Hop, Krump, Mime, and many more. All dancers who are looking to learn more about different dancing styles and networking are welcome.

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RAMPAGE VS. TUCSON ROADRUNNERS 

Saturday | 7pm | AT&T Center | $12-55
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MONSTER JAM 

Saturday | 7pm | Alamodome | $15-169

Witness some of the biggest trucks you ever saw in your life aggressively fighting for dominance like skunk apes in heat. Then after you’ve found a spot in the parking lot, head inside and watch 10,000-pound leviathans with names like El Toro Loco, War Wizard, and freaking Grave Digger give the owners of the jacked-up crew cabs outside brand new inferiority complexes, wreaking methanol-fueled havoc in races and audience-judged stunt competitions that are sure to produce veritable buttloads of both sound and fury.

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THE MOUSETRAP 

Saturday | 8pm | Harlequin Dinner Theatre | Call for Ticket Prices

The Harlequin Dinner Theatre presents a live performance 'The Mousetrap'. The play surrounds a group of strangers who are stranded in a boarding house during a snow storm, one of whom is a murderer.

More Info
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SUNDAY EVENTS

 

ALAMO HEIGHTS FARMERS MARKET

Sundays | 9am-1pm | Alamo Heights Farmers Market | Free

The market will feature over 25 vendors with farm fresh selections including fresh produce, grass fed/grass finished beef, lamb, goat and wild hog meats, chicken, eggs, kombucha, pecans, honey, gourmet coffee, lemonade and many more exciting products.

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SUNDAY ARTS MARKET

Sundays | 12-5pm | Brick at Blue Star | Free

Shop local with rare vinyl record finds, art, photography, fashion, cards, vintage looks and jewelry. Get astrology readings, and enjoy healthy juices at the bar, and empanadas by Rene Guerrero. Pets welcome.

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VALENTINE’S DAY CARDS IN WATERCOLOR & MIXED MEDIA 

Sunday | 2pm | San Antonio Botanical Garden | $45-50

Class begins with a demonstration to springboard guest's creativity. Using paint, collage papers and stamping, guests will create rich layering and something unique to give to a loved one.

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MONSTER JAM 

Sunday | 3pm | Alamodome | $15-169

Witness some of the biggest trucks you ever saw in your life aggressively fighting for dominance like skunk apes in heat. Then after you’ve found a spot in the parking lot, head inside and watch 10,000-pound leviathans with names like El Toro Loco, War Wizard, and freaking Grave Digger give the owners of the jacked-up crew cabs outside brand new inferiority complexes, wreaking methanol-fueled havoc in races and audience-judged stunt competitions that are sure to produce veritable buttloads of both sound and fury.

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SAN ANTONIO SPURS VS. INDIANA PACERS 

Sunday | 6pm | AT&T Center | $13+ 
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WEATHER

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