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Wildlife biologist Steve Nelle will present an in-depth workshop about streamside management techniques that reduce erosion, enhance wildlife habitat and improve water quality. Participants will also learn techniques to repair damaged stream sides, encourage healthy, productive ecosystems and help maintain stream flows during drought. The workshop will include a visit to Cibolo Creek to observe healthy stream dynamics in the field. Register online at Cibolo.org/calendar.
Join Patrick Murphy for a hands on demonstration on customizing containers. Get ideas on how to achieve great outdoor living spaces.
Bexar County Master Gardener Don Crites will present this workshop on growing abundant vegetables in small containers on the patio or porch. Sponsored by the Cibolo Nature Center & Farm, the program also will cover how to incorporate drip irrigation into container gardens.
Beautiful Landscaping and Containers can be achieved using cacti and succulents. Please join us as we learn many of the plants that will work in your yard.
Join us in the relaxed and elegant surrounding in our new and exciting satellite tasting Rrom in the historic downtown Comfort,TX. A full tasting menu is available by the tasting, glass and bottle. Hill Country musician Richard Graham Warwick will be performing blues and Americana, both old and new, with his acoustic guitar.
Come join us for an ACA awesome time while we enjoy one of our comedic favorite.! Bring the family and your friends to this fun filled screening.
Come out and listen to Driven, a great new cover band with a rock n' roll taste.
The Hyatt Regency Hill Country Resort and Spa hosts an open flowboarding competition (which involves a curved surface and a powerful wave simulator) boasting some of the world’s top flowboarders and $5,000 in prizes.
If you love searching for Easter eggs, than come to Summit Christian Center where more the 15,000 are up for grabs. The massive egg hunt is part of Summit's Easter festivities on April 19 and 20 immediately following church services. Eggnormous Easter 2014 includes music, a petting zoo, inflatables, games, food and much more. The community event is free and open to the public, so come and share in the fun.
One of Fiesta's most beloved events, the Fiesta Arts Fair at the Southwest School of Art, will be celebrating creativity in San Antonio with live music, regional and national artists, children's art projects and more. Fiesta Arts Fair takes place on lush, shady grounds and regularly attracts more than 12,000 people each year. A nationally recognized juried art show brings in 110 artists from around the country, exhibiting ceramics, jewelry, glass, photography, painting, wearable art and other fascinating art objects, which will all be for sale. Live music will be provided by Choupique High Rollers, The Love Leighs, Los #3 Dinners, Nakia, George Gaytan, Toro Flores and Zarabande and Mitch Webb & Joe Reyes on Saturday. Tin Can Trio, Chubby Knuckle Choir, Del Castillo, Shiny Ribs, George Gaytan and Sergio de los Santos will perform on Sunday. The Children's Art Garden encourages kids to experiment with printmaking, stamping, beading, embossing, and even making their own Fiesta medals and crowns. Admission supports the education programs at the non-profit Southwest School of Art.
In addition to her work with New York’s “Sistas Doing Comedy” and the LA-based “Hot & Spicy Tamales,” “former Brooklyn project girl” Sara Contreras was showcased by Showtime’s Alma-nominated The Original Latin Divas of Comedy and counts Law & Order: SVU and Third Watch among her acting credits.
In conjunction with its inaugural exhibition “Pace Gems,” the Linda Pace Foundation’s new gallery SPACE hosts a panel discussion and Q&A with featured artists Andrea Bowers, Daniel Joseph Martinez and Donald Moffett.
Along with King William Fair and Cornyation, the Southwest School of Art’s Fiesta Arts Fair tops the creative set’s short list of not-to-be-missed Fiesta events. An annual tradition since 1973, the two-day fair orbits around an outdoor marketplace filled with ceramics, jewelry, paintings, photography and wearable works from more than 100 national and regional artists (along with local favorites like Diana Kersey, Laura Quinoñes, Jennifer Ling Datchuk and Ryan Takaba). Much more than an art sale, FAF features appearances by Fiesta royalty, an Easter egg hunt on Sunday, tasty treats available for purchase (from La Gloria, The Fruteria, the Institute of Chili, Chocollazo and others) and live music on two stages. Highlights include “uke-centric” roots duo The Love Leighs (12:30 p.m. Sat), The Voice alum/CeeLo Green collaborator Nakia (4 p.m. Sat), Austin-based swamp rockers Chubby Knuckle Choir (1 p.m. Sun) and Latin fusion outfit Del Castillo (2:30 p.m. Sun). In addition to its Children’s Art Garden with face-painting and hands-on activities, FAF’s new Young Masters Project invites kids to create works inspired by Salvador Dalí, Claude Monet and Frida Kahlo and even dress up as the artist of their choice for a photo op.
Enjoy an evening of free Fiesta fun and meet members of the new royal court as Jimmy Green accepts the crown and title of “the People’s King,” El Rey Feo LXVI.
The McNay’s Full Steam Ahead includes a tour of Robert Indiana’s symbolic portrait series “Hartley Elegies” and a demonstration with printmakers Michael Imbimbo and Glenn Faulk, who use a steamroller to create large woodcut prints made by San Antonio artists.
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