What’s Up in San Antonio - Weekend of February 19, 2020

San Antonio — LET’S RODEO SAN ANTONIO FEB – 28TH

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SA Rodeo watch free a Santikos Palladium Feb – 28th

SPURS RODEO SWING: WED: SPURS@THUNDER 7PM, SAT:SPURS@PELICANS 7PM, MON: NETS@SPURS 730PM, TUES: KNICKS@SPURS 730PM, THURS: THUNDER @SPURS 6PM

SAWS to open bulk water distribution sites Friday

Residents will need to bring their own clean containers to fill with water. Customers will be allowed five gallons of water per person. As a precaution, the water should be boiled before drinking or used in cooking, mirroring the current boil water notice advisory for the city, officials said. Operating hours will be from 12 to 6 p.m. on Friday. Beginning Saturday, operating hours will be 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. every day. The sites will be open until the water system is back to normal operating conditions. Customers should expect the possibility of long lines at the pump stations. Residents are asked to adhere to all COVID-19 precautions, such as wearing a mask and maintaining at least six feet of physical distance. The city of San Antonio and the San Antonio Food Bank will also be setting up separate bottled water distribution sites throughout the city. More information on that program is coming soon.

Check below for the water distribution site closest to you:

NACO (drive-thru), 13655 O’Connor Road

Seale, 254 Seale Road

Mission, 615 E Theo Ave

Maltsberger (drive-thru), 8910 Jones Maltsberger

University (drive-thru), 7172 Hausman Road

Seaworld, 10349 Military Dr. W.

SE Booster (drive-thru), 1208 S Loop 1604 W.

San Antonio Food Bank needs over 500 volunteers to help at 7 mega mobile food distribution sites this weekend

Pre-registration is encouraged but not required for those with internet access

The San Antonio Food Bank is preparing to provide emergency outreach to community members in need after being affected by the recent winter storms. It needs more than 500 volunteers to help at seven mega mobile food distribution sites over the weekend. Pre-registration for support from the food bank is recommended for those who have internet access. However, those who cannot pre-register before the event will not be turned away and can access food while supplies last, the food bank said.

People can pre-register at https://safoodbank.org/cvresponse/getfood/. For more information about the mega food distribution sites this weekend, call the San Antonio Food Bank helpline at 210-431-8326 during regular business hours on Friday or Saturday.

The following are the upcoming mobile food distributions happening between Friday and Sunday:

WHEN: Friday-Sunday (Feb 19-21)

TIME: 10am-4pm

WHERE: San Antonio Food Bank main facility, with pre-check required beforehand at Camargo Park: 5738 Castroville Rd (78227)

WHAT: 1,000 households (more than 5,000 individuals) get 100+ pounds of food, water

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WHEN: Friday, Feb. 19

TIME: 11am-1pm

WHERE: NISD Gustafson Stadium: 7001 Culebra Rd (78238)

WHAT: 2,000 households (more than 5,000 individuals) get 100+ pounds of food, water

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WHEN: Friday, Feb. 19

TIME: 2:00-4:00pm

WHERE: Rackspace Technology: 1 Fanatical Pl (78218)

WHAT: 2,000 households (more than 5,000 individuals) get 100+ pounds of food, water

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WHEN: Saturday, Feb. 20

TIME: 1:00-4:00pm

WHERE: Harlandale ISD Memorial Stadium: 1109 Apollo St (78214)

WHAT: 1,000 households (more than 5,000 individuals) get 100+ pounds of food, water

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WHEN: Saturday, Feb. 20

TIME: 9:00-11:00am

WHERE: River City Church: 16765 Lookout Rd (78154)

WHAT: 2,000 households (more than 5,000 individuals) get 100+ pounds of food, water

Blood donors sought as San Antonio Metro Health declares blood emergency in city.

Winter weather leaves San Antonio, South Texas in blood shortage emergency.

San Antonio Metro Health has declared a blood emergency in the city, as the recent winter weather has left San Antonio and South Texas in a blood shortage emergency. Health officials said there is not enough blood on hand to treat trauma cases and patients who need emergency surgeries and procedures which require blood. At least 2,000 donations have been lost by donor room closures and the cancellation of blood drives, health officials said.

The South Texas Blood & Tissue Center, which health officials said is a subsidiary of nonprofit BioBridge Global, is asking donors to give when able to do so safely at its Donor Pavilion, Shavano Park and Northeast donor rooms. The facilities are open during daylight hours Tuesday and Wednesday, but health officials said all blood drives have been canceled and the other donor rooms are not open. Same-day appointments and walk-in donations are being accepted. Officials said donors can call 210-731-5590 for information or to make an appointment, or they can visit SouthTexasBlood.org.

SATURDAY

Huebner Oaks Farmers Market 9AM FREE

Located in: Huebner Oaks Center Address: 11745 I-10W

THE PEARL FARMERS MARKET SAT/SUN 9AM FREE

SUNDAY

Huebner Oaks Farmers Market 9AM FREE

Located in: Huebner Oaks Center Address: 11745 I-10W

THE PEARL FARMERS MARKET SAT/SUN 9AM FREE

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