Tag Archives | Activities for families in San Antonio

The DoSeum’s Kids Countdown

Hey Party Animals!

You won’t want to miss The DoSeum’s Kids Countdown this year! We’re going to ROAR INTO 2018 with an awesome safari theme that will feature our classic ball drop at noon, a fun scavenger hunt that will have your littles feeling like true explorers, face painting artists, music and so…so…much more!   This event sales out, so don’t delay and purchase your tickets today!

 

Kids Countdown Sunday, December 31st  10:00am – 1:00pm Tickets:  $12 and go on sale Friday, November 17th

 

Follow us on FB for all the latest details or Visit: TheDoSeum.org/kidscountdown

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2018 Family New Year’s Eve Event

Dave & Busters is offering an exciting and FUN way for you & your family to ring in the New Year! We will offer loads of excitement with our New Year’s Eve package which combines all the Food & FUN that guests have grown to love at Dave & Buster’s.

Designed for families, this event will run from 4 -7 PM. Package descriptions are listed below:

Package 1:
– An appetizer buffet with family favorites
– Dessert
– Unlimited soft drinks
– $20 Power Card per guest
– A video ball drop to ring in the New Year

Package 2:
– An appetizer buffet with family favorites
– Dessert
– Unlimited soft drinks
– $25 Power Card per guest
– Unlimited Video Game Play (not available on Package 1)
– A video ball drop to ring in the New Year

The New Year’s Event will be hosted at Dave & Buster’s Rivercenter. As a guest of the Family New Year’s Event, you will have access to the event space, as well as our Million Dollar Midway, packed to the rafters with games and simulators!

Speaking of awesome gaming options, Unlimited Video Game Play will be added to each guest’s Power Card who purchases Package 2! This option will allow you and your family to play experience All-You-Can-Play FUN of our non-redemption games from 4pm until our Kid Curfew at 11:00pm!

As a guest of Dave & Buster’s Family New Year’s Eve Event, you are welcome to stay at Dave & Buster’s past the event end time, pending curfew time and if the building is open to the public.

Seating will be provided and assigned upon your group’s arrival. Tickets will be e-mailed to you following purchase and must be brought the day of the event. Registration will be open starting at 4:00 pm. Underage policies apply at each location, see store for details. Once purchased, tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable to use at any other Dave & Buster’s other than this location.

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Kidz Let’s Make Bath Bombs

It’s finally happening, we have The Kidz Let’s Make Bath Bombs Edition. We are partnering with Pinot’s Palette in Alamo Heights for the special Kidz Edition. Drop off the kiddos for some fun diy bath bomb making. After a long Thanksgiving Break, give yourself a break and your child a fun time they will always remember. Feel free to stay with your little one. Children under 7 must be accompanied by adult. Your child will learn a new craft and get to take home approximately 6-8 of their own bath bombs valued at $36. Complimentary basket is for the safe keeping of bath bombs until they’re ready for bathtime. This fun hands on instruction keeps giving even when they take their goodies home. Use your bath bombs at your leisure. And make more whenever you like! Makes for a great bonding time with family, friends and coworkers. What a fun way to start your weekend! Bring a friend and lets have a great time. No supplies needed. We provide everything you will need for this workshop.

Workshop is intended for ages 7-17. Children under 7 have to be accompanied by adult.

Private parties please use our booking feature on our website or send an email to [email protected] for reservations.

If you have to cancel or if miss your class we can change your reservation to a different date. Refunds are permitted with 7 days notice. Thereafter there is no refund, you are permitted to transfer your reservation to an upcoming date. You have to call or email to confirm your new date.

Address:

Pinot’s Palette

7959 Broadway ST

Suite 402

San Antonio, TX 78209

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Tinkergarten

At Tinkergarten, families meet outdoors to connect and learn through play. Tinkergarten Leader, Sarah Rodriguez , will facilitate an expert-designed play scenarios, allowing children of various ages and needs to explore, problem solve, communicate, collaborate, and create together. Parents and caregivers learn, too, as we’ll share insight into your child’s development

Age Range: 18 months-5 years

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Tinkergarten

At Tinkergarten, families meet outdoors to connect and learn through play. Tinkergarten Leader, Sarah Rodriguez , will facilitate an expert-designed play scenarios, allowing children of various ages and needs to explore, problem solve, communicate, collaborate, and create together. Parents and caregivers learn, too, as we’ll share insight into your child’s development

Age Range: 18 months-5 years

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Super Saturday: Math in Motion

2theXtreme: Math Alive! + You x the Witte = a Super Saturday filled with fun and creative ways to use math in any situation! Design a city, visualize music, solve problems; come explore the extreme side of Math at Super Saturday: Math in Motion! Be there or be squared!

This Super Saturday will feature Triseum and their game, Variant Limits, as well as a scavenger hunt around the Museum. Find all the objects and post an Instagram photo during your day at the Witte for a chance to win a prize! Make sure to use the hashtags #Witte2theXtreme #WitteSuperSaturday

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Boerne Handmade Market

BHM is a bi-annual one day market featuring 80+ handmade vendors. This market will be held at The Cana Ballroom in Boerne, TX. Entry is $5 and children 12 and under are free. There will be a playground, mama’s area (for nursing and changing little ones), coffee shop and a DIY craft demonstration. Most vendors will be located inside in the air conditioning, with vendors offering larger items or needing larger space being located outside. Parking is free!

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Circle Fest

This Fall Celebration offers kids activities, live music, delicious food and a raffle. The event also features a unique Pumpkin Path, where children hear stories from costumed characters on a path lined with pumpkins and luminaries during a fun-filled experience for the whole family. Costumes are encouraged. 

 

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Must-Do San Antonio: Artpace’s Chalk It Up

San Antonio is a city that loves to celebrate the arts. From museums like SAMA and the McNay, to arts programs like Say Sí, and don’t forget First Friday, there are numerous ways to enjoy and inspire our own budding artists. One of my favorite family-friendly art events of the year is coming up this […]

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Live the Battle for Texas Story and Party With Kid Crockett

Alamo City Moms Blog is happy to partner with Battle for Texas: The Experience to bring you information on their dynamic, interactive tour adventure, plus news of their Kid Crockett birthday party packages at Rivercenter Mall. “Remember the Alamo!” If you’re a San Antonio native like me, that infamous battle cry and legend have been […]

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Tinkergarten

At Tinkergarten, families meet outdoors to connect and learn through play. Tinkergarten Leader, Sarah Rodriguez , will facilitate an expert-designed play scenarios, allowing children of various ages and needs to explore, problem solve, communicate, collaborate, and create together. Parents and caregivers learn, too, as we’ll share insight into your child’s development

Age Range: 18 months-5 years

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Son Tus Niños También: Trans Kids Back to School

This 2nd annual event will include trans kids and parents from last year’s panel with updates, as well as new panelists. Panelists will talk about the legal rights of trans children and their parents, and procedures for school teachers and administrators. This panel will discuss updates on how the new laws passed by the Texas  legislature affect trans kids in schools.

 

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