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Posted: August 17, 2016

Weekend Fun

Summer Solstice Thursday 6:07am

NEW MOVIES: Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, The Catcher was a Spy, Distorted, Intersection, and Boundaries

The Shops at La Cantera is Now Dog Friendly!

Amateur Radio Field Day Sat 1200PM – Sun 12pm FREE

In an era of ubiquitous smart phones and instant messaging, some might wonder why anyone would devote time, energy, and money to something as seemingly outdated as amateur radio. After all, you can call just about anywhere on Earth from your cell phone, right? Who needs radios, antennas, and licenses? As all hams know, however, those technologies, sophisticated though they may be, are subject to failure during crisis situations. Cell towers can be destroyed, fiber optic cables cut, and power disrupted. Even when the infrastructure remains intact, cell nodes and Internet service providers can handle only a set number of connections and thus will become overwhelmed as everyone tries to check on family and friends in areas affected by an emergency. During disasters, amateur radio is often the only means of relaying messages. First responders, search-and-rescue teams, emergency managers, and a host of other entities rely on hams to provide vital communications links. Come and join the Wilson Country Amateur Radio Club, W5WCR, for Field Day and learn about providing emergency communications to those who desperately need them, while making contacts all over the Western hemisphere and even beyond. For anyone who hasn’t participated before, Field Day represents amateur radio distilled into one immersive experience. Make new friends and learn how valuable and fun amateur radio is. Come on out and get on the air with us during the 23 & 24 at the Poth City Park. The club will have radios set up to try out and we will be competing with clubs the world over to see who can score the most radio contacts. This event runs from noon on Saturday to noon on Sunday

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 

Eastside Spanish-English Exchange THRU - NOVEMBER 15 FREE 1230PM

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. We welcome both Spanish speakers who want to share their language and culture, and those learning the language at any level. Participants arrive when they can and leave when they need to, as several utilize their lunch hours to participate. 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. First Presbyterian Church 404 North Alamo Street, Entrance on Avenue E at McCullough San Antonio, TX 78205 (210) 271-2753

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

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.


Blood Drive

City of San Antonio: Storm Water Operations 110 Callaghan Road 630am

Northwest Vista College 3535 N. Ellison 10am

Hilton Palacio del Rio Hotel 200 S Alamo Street 10am

City of San Antonio: Animal Care Services4710 State Highway 151 1130am

City of San Antonio 6802 Culebra Road 130pm 

Summer Solstice 2pm free 

On Thursday, June 21st at 2pm, choreographer, dancer, and URBAN-15 Artistic Director Catherine Cisneros will present her 17th annual Summer Solstice performance within the lighted squares of Christopher Janney's "Passing Light" solar sculpture. "Passing Light" incorporates large plexiglass squares that from above project a grid of colors onto the passageway surface. Once a year, at 2pm on the Summer Solstice, the lighted grids align with the painted grids on the floor for 90 seconds as the sun passes directly overhead. Cisneros has created a solo dance piece that exploits the changing colors penetrating the environment. Her movements are designed to bring a ceremonial awareness of our planet's humble travels within a celestial clock, evoking the elaborate rituals performed by the ancient Egyptians, Aztecs, Celts, Mayans, Hindis, Incas and others to make visible the moment of solar zenitLong-Term Parking Garage Atrium, San Antonio International Airport9800 Airport Blvd (210) 736-1500. 

Diana Krall @ The Majestic 8pm  



King Ranger Theatre1373 East Walnut Street Seguin, TX 12pm

Omni La Mansion del Rio 112 College St 4pm

Planetarium Shows at the Scobee Education Center 6PM

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 for schedule and information. Scobee Education Center and Planetarium 1300 San Pedro. 

The 50th Anniversary “Hunger In America” a 1968 CBS documentary Screening 700pm

Join The People’s Nite Market for the Screening of: “Hunger In America” a 1968 CBS documentary, winner of the Peabody Award, filmed 50 years ago during the Worlds Fair. Spotlighting Hunger and Poverty in San Antonio. We will have a discussion at the end of the screening with community Food Activists to talk about where we are 50 years later. Panelists: Diego Bernal- Texas State Representative, who changed the law that public schools could donate leftover food to non-profits, instead they are allowed to keep to send students home with food if they are lacking food in their households. Nora Gonzalez-Metro Health Community Health Worker, producer of the Highland Park Farmers Market Cecille Parrish-Urban Farmer, Farm Manager/Educator Monterrey Park Idea Charter School Urban Farm More to be announced. The Guadalupe Theatre 1301 Guadalupe St

William Shatner: Live on Stage @ The Tobin 730pm


Blood Drive

Igo Branch Library13330 Kyle Seale Parkway11am

Lowe's17280 Interstate 35 N San Antonio, TX1030am

District 8 80s 5K by Ancira 730AM Free

This is a themed 5 kilometer run. Participants are encouraged to come dressed in their best 80s attire. The first 500 people to cross the finish line will receive a medal and a limited number of t-shirts will be distributed at packet pick up. Register online at This event is brought to you by Councilman Manny Pelaez and San Antonio Sports. UTSA (Main Campus, Flawn Science Building 2.02.02)One UTSA Circle

Pearl Farmer's Market 9AM

This event, led by Floyd Waller, honors Lottie Millsaps. Hear a brief introduction on area wildflowers followed by a walk in areas around the Urban Ecology Center and savanna to identify wildflowers for your landscape. Phil Hardberger Park West 8400 N.W. Military Hwy

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

San Antonio Food Bank Farm IQ class- Building Healthy Soil 1030am FREE

The San Antonio Food Bank welcomes Samantha Salinas, Resource Team Leader-San Antonio (covering Bexar, Atascosa, Wilson, Karnes, and Frio Counties) from the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) to lead a workshop on Building Healthy Soil. She will discuss principles farmers and gardeners can adopt to help improve the quality of their soil. This class is FREE and open to the public. Visit the website below to register and click the green "REGISTER" button to reserve your spot. San Antonio Food Bank 5200 W Old US Highway 90




St. Mark the Evangelist Catholic Church1602 Thousand Oaks 830am

First United Methodist Church 205 James Boerne, TX 9am 

St. Peter & Paul Catholic Church 386 North Castell New Braunfels, TX 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










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