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    Stephennie Mulder, Professor of Islamic Art, and Anne Ng and Jeremy Madrell, Pastry Chefs, present disparate subjects and invite participants to make connections. Take part in this unconventional, interactive experiece and see if you can make the connection, Prizes awarded each session

    Category: Talks plus, Workshop
  • Leon Springs Business Association Luncheon

    Join LSBA for a luncheon where you get the opportunity to share a 2-3 minutes “commercial” about your business and what you do. The luncheon brings business leaders and owners the opportunity to network with the LSBA membership. This event is open to all Leon Springs area business leaders, residents and visitors. If you RSVP before, you get $5 off your admission fee.

  • Introduction to Magic
    Introduction to Magic 7/26 1:00PM

    Hocus Pocus, Alakazam! Local professional magician Paul Mims visits Westfall Branch Library to discuss the art of stage magic and teach a few basic tricks.

    Category: Talks plus, Workshop
  • Wildflower Canvas Painting
    Wildflower Canvas Painting 7/26 10:00AM

    Let your creativity bloom while you learn to paint a textured flower on canvas at the Summer Wildflower Painting Event. Just $2 per 30-minute session (includes supplies). Ages 3 and up are welcome to this event.

    Category: Talks plus, Workshop
  • Romance Writers Panel
    Romance Writers Panel 7/26 12:00PM

    Visiting authors to the Romance Writers of America annual conference will be at the Twig Book Shop. They will be available for signing during the last hour of the farmers market (12-1pm) and then will begin a panel discussion with a Q&A afterwards. Authors include, Eloisa James, Jennifer McQuiston, Candis Terry, Jennifer Ryan, Maya Rodale, Katherine Ashe, Julie Anne Long, and Sophia Nash.

  • Matisse and Picasso
    Matisse and Picasso 7/27 3:00PM

    William J. Chiego, Director, and Lyle Williams, Curator, discuss the influence of the two 20th century artists had on one another and talk about how their works in the Mcnay's collection are related in form and meaning.

    Category: Talks plus, Lecture
  • Intro to Paper Crafting Class

    Creating a personalized scrapbook can be easy once you know the basics. Learn to plan out your book, create visually pleasing pages, crop photos, journal and more. Supplies not included.

    Category: Talks plus, Workshop
  • Intro to Jewlery Making Class

    Learn to design your own do-it-yourself creations. Be introduced to everything you need to get started with the art of jewelry making including: crimping, wire looping, knotting, tool selection and more. Supplies not included.

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  • Wildlife Wednesday: Fishing Fun!

    There's no water, but there's lots of fun in this class where children learn about Texas fishing regulations and the fish they might catch in this area. They practice basic knot tying, baiting a hook, and casting techniques without water. This class is recommended for younger children who have not gone fishing before or who want to safely develop basic fishing skills. Meet at the basketball courts. This class is part of the summer Wildlife Wednesday series for students 5 to 10 years old. Class size is limited. Call 210-207-3280 or email to register.

    Category: Talks plus, Workshop
  • Create2Educate
    Create2Educate 7/31 4:00PM

    Teachers, get inspired and start preparing for the new school year at Michaels’ Create2Educate event. Get great organization ideas along with classroom project demos and lesson plans. The first 25 attendees at each store will receive a school year survival kit with lesson plans, product samples and more.

    Category: Talks plus, Workshop
  • Summer Keychain & Bracelet Crafting Event

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    Category: Talks plus, Workshop
  • Creating Heroes and Villains Discussion

    As part of Marvel Day, Bestselling author and writer David Liss and Stoker Award-winner Joe McKinney, will be at Barnes & Nobles discussing how they create villains and heroes in their works. Don’t miss this interesting discussion.

  • College Application & Financial Aid Made Easy Seminar

    This free and non-profit seminar is led by Chandra Murthy. Meant for high school students and parents, the program covers topics about how to prepare for college starting with your freshman year in high school, steps for college applications, standardized tests like the SAT, ACT, and AP, how to write powerful essays, extra curricular activities, interviews, how to apply for financial aid and scholarships, types of loans available for college education, and methods on how to apply to colleges (without a computer or internet at home). Questions and answers are available with spanish translation. For more info contact cafécollege.

    Place: Cafe College
  • Paula Deen Live!
    Paula Deen Live! 8/6 7:30PM

    Paula Deen Live! will be an entertaining and interactive ninety-minute show featuring Paula demonstrating how to make her favorite seasonal dishes, including new recipes featuring Springer Mountain Farms chicken. For the first time ever, fans will have the opportunity to get up close and personal with Paula on stage and taste her delicious Southern creations. Paula and her husband, Michael, will share personal stories and engage the audience in cooking and games.

  • An Installation by Paul Villinski

    Artist Paul Villinski discusses his site- specific installations from recycled LP records, aluminum cans, and other found materials. View his installation, Burst in the AT&T Lobby.

    Category: Talks plus, Lecture
  • Page & Screen Weekend
    Page & Screen Weekend 8/9 2:00PM

    As part of Barnes & Nobles Page & Screen weekend, Gabe Lopez from the OLLU Library will lead a discussion on “A Game of Thrones.”

  • Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and Finland

    Alan Montemayor and Cheryl Hamilton will provide wonderful exploration of Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, and the Svalbard Archipelago. This includes the surrounding areas of the North Pole, land of the polar bear, beluga, walrus, and reindeer. This expedition will be on Spisbergen Explorer.

    Place: Witte Museum
    Category: Talks plus, Lecture
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    Learn how to prepare for a fall garden such as soil and planting preparation, getting rid of weeds, types of soil amendments and fertilizers, variety of warm and cool season crops, do's and don'ts of fall gardening, and the successes and challenges of having a fall garden. RSVP to Angel Torres at 210-467-6575 or

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  • Photogravure Printmaking
    Photogravure Printmaking 8/23 10:30AM

    Learn how artists expose light-sensitive plates to a photographic process and pull a photogravure print. Work with renowned printmaker Janet Flohr of Hare and Hound Press.

    Category: Talks plus, Workshop
  • Back to School Event
    Back to School Event 8/23 11:00AM

    With the beginning of school just days away, teachers may need a little extra help this school year. Author and educator Karen Aitken is on hand to talk about her book, “Creating the Self Managed Classroom: How to Teach Students to Manage Themselves.”

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    Summer Sunprints 8/31 1:00PM

    Use sunshine as an art material to create an original sunprint inspired by Paul Strand: The Mexican Portfolio. Work with San Antonio photographer to learn the technique of cyanotype printing.

    Category: Talks plus, Workshop
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    Huma Lecture 9/16 11:15AM

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    Huma Lecture 9/23 11:15AM

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  • The Telling Project
    The Telling Project 10/5 2:00PM

    The Telling Project works to deepen our understanding of the military and veterans’ experience. Greater understanding fosters acceptance, easing veterans’ transitions back to civil society, and allowing communities to benefit from the skills and experience they bring with them.  (Co-presented with KLRN/PBS).

    Category: Talks plus
  • TEDxSanAntonio
    TEDxSanAntonio 10/18

    TEDxSanAntonio is looking for speakers: to apply visit by July 6, 2014. With a theme of "Ideas in Action" the fifth annual TEDxSanAntonio will be held at Rackspace Global Headquarters on Saturday, October 18, 2014.

    Category: Talks plus, Lecture
  • America’s Test Kitchen Live with Christopher Kimball

    Join Christopher Kimball in an informative and lively evening exploring PBS TV’s America’s Test Kitchen. The audience will get an insider’s view of the show and find out what it’s really like to work at and host one of the most popular food programs airing today.

  • An Evening with Garrison Keillor: Host of A Prairie Home Companion

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  • Macondo Workshop

    These yearly workshops aimed to bring together a community of poets, novelists, journalists, performance artists, and creative writers of all genres whose work is socially engaged. Their work and talents are part of a larger task of community building and non-violent social change. What united them was their writing. Since 2006, Te Macondo Foundation proceeded to organize the workshops, which continued to provide its participants with an oasis to concentrate on their writing and improve their skills in a demanding atmosphere of support and kinship.

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  • Some kids just love poop. But where analysts see psychosis, author Sylvia Branzei sees opportunity. Her best-selling book series Grossology explains the biology of diarrhea, boogers and blood to make science interesting to young, warped minds. From now until November 3, the Witte will host interactive exhibits inspired by Branzei’s books, along with a lot of disgusting noises and high-pitched giggles not often heard in fancy-pants museums. Fogeys will harrumph, but it might lead to a cancer cure.

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    Tony Bennett 7/23 8:00PM

    If Cheek to Cheek, Tony Bennett’s upcoming album of duets with Lady Gaga sounds crazy to you, realize your grandparents were equally perplexed in the late 1950s when the already famous Bennett started recording with jazz legends Art Blakey and Count Basie. From his first chart topper (“Because of You,” 1951) to his most recent offering (2011’s Duets II, released on his 85th birthday), Bennett—a WWII vet who helped liberate a concentration camp, marched for civil rights with MLK, and has a painting displayed in the Smithsonian—has been a fill-in for Perry Como and a mentor on American Idol, Johnny Carson’s first musical guest and Amy Winehouse’s last collaborator, all without significantly altering his style or song selection. God forbid he ever actually try to reinvent himself, because America just doesn’t make them like that anymore.

    Category: Music, Jazz, Vocal
  • This Is Spinal Tap
    This Is Spinal Tap 7/23 7:15PM

    First in Christopher Guest’s acclaimed list of ensemble cast “improvisational” comedies (followed by Waiting for Guffman, Best in Show, A Mighty Wind, and For Your Consideration), the 1984 mockumentary This Is Spinal Tap chronicles a fictional British heavy metal band touring America tour in support of a comeback album titled Smell the Glove. Through concert footage and interviews with filmmaker Marty Di Bergi (Rob Reiner), the band’s dim present and bizarre past comes to light complete with anecdotes about former drummers who died by spontaneous combustion, a bizarre gardening accident and choking to death on the vomit of person(s) unknown.

    Category: Film, Mockumentary, Music
  • Rey Lopez Birthday Bash
    Rey Lopez Birthday Bash 7/23 10:30PM

    Hyped as “the biggest show of the year,” promoter Rey Lopez’s birthday extravaganza lures eight RuPaul’s Drag Race alums to the Heat for an over-the-top night of high camp and seasoned lip-synching. Emceed by 2014 Best of San Antonio winner Tencha La Jefa, the gender-bending bash features performances by Season 2 fan favorite Raven (a self-described “bitter bitch” who styles herself as a “mysterious, dark, ice queen”); Laotian queen Jujubee (who enjoys “long walks on the beach, big dicks and fried chicken”); costume designer and insult comic Bianca Del Rio (the series’ first ever Hispanic winner, pictured); “overwhelmingly disliked” showgirl Phi Phi O’Hara (who stirred up heaps of controversy on Season 4); Puerto Rican performer Yara Sofia (who took home the title of Miss Congeniality on Season 3); fellow Boricua Jessica Wild (a choreographer and recording artist who’s collaborated with Mexican superstar Gloria Trevi); SoCal drag fixture Detox Icunt (a member of the band Tranzkuntinental who’s made appearances in videos for Rihanna and Ke$ha); and Miss Gay America 2010 Alyssa Edwards (an accomplished “nailographer” and drag mother of fellow Texan Shangela Laquifa Wadley).

    Category: LGBT, Nightlife
  • Back in 2005, environmentalist, author and founder Bill McKibben cited the considerable political effect art has had on the AIDS crisis and asked, “Where are the books, poems, plays [and] goddamn operas [about climate change]?” Four years later, McKibben admitted that ever since he’d published his “pleading little essay” that “deep and moving images and sounds and words have been flooding out into the world.” In keeping with this still-developing trend, Bihl Haus Arts has rallied more than 50 local artists, writers, performers and environmental experts to contribute to the exhibition “HOT!” and its related programming. Curated by artist/designer Raul Castellanos and poet/activist Mobi Warren, the multi-disciplinary group show comprises works by 25 visual artists and 14 poets. On view through September 13, “HOT!” opens Friday with a reception featuring poolside performances by I Ching Gatos, Blind Alley and Ila Minori and takes shape in August with a poetry reading, an artistic recycling workshop with Castellanos, a water ceremony led by an Apache medicine woman, a panel discussion and a screening of the film Come Hell or High Water: The Battle for Turkey Creek.

    Category: Art, Exhibits
  • El Chuacabra de San Antonio

    Beyond the spreading success of the Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon Series, Run or Dye and the “awesomely terrifying obstacle course” known as the Zombie Run, themed runs are venturing into an ironic territory filled with fake mustaches, booze, corndogs and Twinkies. Run in Texas’ “San Antonio original” is admittedly “not a trail run for beginners” as it courses through rocky, wooded terrain in the pitch dark. (A flashlight or headlamp is required.) Those willing to brave bruises, sprains and goat-sucking predators get rewarded with brews and barbecue at the post-race party.

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    Category: Talks plus, Workshop

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