Registration is now open for Spring Break Camp at the Cibolo Nature Center & Farm for children 5-12. Activities will include catch-and-release fishing, bug-catching, tie-dying, hiking, singing, learning survival skills, outdoor cooking, building shelters, birding, dancing, playing games and arts and crafts. Campers may sign up for one to three days. Visit Cibolo.org/SpringBreakCamp2014 or call 830-249-4616.
Also featuring music from Jonny Craig, Ghost Town and Divided By Friday.
Special guests: Death Angel and Tyr.
Parisian Kraut-surf outfit La Femme is … actually before we say anything else about the band, let’s just acknowledge the ridiculousness of the words we’ve already typed. French pop that’s equal parts Dick Dale and Kraftwerk (or, more accurately, something kind of like that, but not really) is a thing that exists, thanks to La Femme, and now we have to figure out how to write about it. Imagine the B-52s swapped their Pink Flamingos trailer-park chic for Breathless detached cool (or occasionally that fuzzy-wuzzy French teacher Muzzy rapping over an old James Bond theme). If you think that description sucks, keep in mind that the title of last year’s full-length party-starter, Psycho Tropical Berlin, is probably no closer to actually telling you what the hell’s going on. Just go hear it for yourselves. With Portland-based dream-pop outfit Wild Ones, brooding Los Angeles duo In the Valley Below, Canadian indie-rockers July Talk and many more.
The Mosh Mives Tour will also feature music by Volumes, Thy Art Is Murder, Gideon and Sworn In.
If you have love in your heart, a warm home, and want to make a difference in the life of a child, please join us for our informative meeting about how to become a foster parent here in San Antonio.
Close Your Eyes has received a massive amount of attention on the heels of the release of "Line In The Sand." Their new leading man Sam Ryder will join the band for this tour
The USAF Band of the West's Horizon Sax Quartet performs jazz, classical and pop.
Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum presents "Gloves and Glasses" with Claire Watson. An intimate evening gathering giving one of our exhibiting artists direct contact with their audience and art lovers the chance to peek inside the artist's mind. Watson's exhibition presents viewers with collections of altered objects, including gloves and pipes that have been transformed into peculiar sculptures. Join us for discussion, drinks and hors d'oeuvres. Space is limited so please RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org or 210-227-6960. City: San Antonio
When Other Press published Jan-Philipp Sendker’s The Art of Hearing Heartbeats last year, it received rave reviews from booksellers and reviewers alike; was named an Amazon Best Book of the Month, an Indie Next Pick, a Target Book Club Pick, and a 2013 Indie Choice Honor Book of the Year (Adult Fiction). Readers everywhere can now travel back to Burma in the much anticipated sequel, A Well-Tempered Heart.
For one night only, White brings his crazy style, "a mix between Jim Carrey and Tom Green", to Rivercenter Comedy Club.
Likened to Patsy Cline by producer Gordon Raphael, 17-year-old, Texas-based French singer-songwriter Victoria Celestine celebrates the release of her new CD Back Home in San Antone with a concert featuring Juanito Castillo and an after-party with Zydeco Blanco.
In addition to its 20th anniversary, Southtown’s own SAY Sí has a lot to celebrate. Launched in 1994 under the King William Neighborhood Association’s umbrella, the nonprofit has evolved from a modest operation serving 12 students to a full-time “creative youth development organization” with an enrollment of 200, community outreach benefiting upwards of 3,000 and a new game design program in the works. Not surprisingly, SAY Sí’s signature fundraiser Small Scale Works for a Larger Cause has followed this growth curve, expanding from an auction with 26 participants to a full-blown affair gathering works by 200-plus local, regional and national artists. While the main event doesn’t take place until March 21, avid collectors can jump the gun with the “buy it now” option at Thursday’s private preview and awards ceremony or First Friday’s free reception. Promising “a spectrum of one-of-a-kind art pieces ranging from abstract sculptures to hyper-realistic portraits and photography,” this year’s Small Scale features contributions from Diana Kersey, Hannah Dreiss, Kent Rush, Vikki Fields, Susan Budge, Steven Daluz and Nemo, to name but a few.
Cleveland-based metallic metalheads Ringworm play the Korova in support of their Relapse Records debut Hammer of the Witch.
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