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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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Revive & Refresh Your Holiday Event

Guests will enjoy a fashion show by local boutiques, hor doeuvres, shopping from over 30 vendors, craft & home décor ideas. Food is provided by Pullin Premium BBQ, there will be a signature drink by Enchanted Rock Vodka, wine by Callie Wines and much more. Door prizes, and raffle items.  All raffle money and part of the event proceeds will go to The San Antonio Zoo. Tickets are only $15 and all attendees will receive a free swag bag. Be one of the first 50 paid and registered guests and receive a beautiful Holiday Bracelet valued at over $25. Attendees will receive a free swag bag filled with holiday goodies. Register at https://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/eventReg?oeidk=a07eeksc7qyfef2b80c&oseq=&c=&ch=

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San Antonio Scoop: A Guide to Events in October

October has plenty going on, thanks to seasonal festivities and holidays like Hispanic Heritage Month and Halloween. But this month we can also look forward to the grand opening of the new expansion at the San Antonio Botanical Garden. As cooler temperatures roll in, so do the fall festivals! Be sure to check out our [...]
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San Antonio Scoop: A Guide to August Events

This month's Scoop includes a section for Back-to-School events happening around town. Some include school supply giveaways as well as opportunities for donations. If you're looking for local school start dates, be sure to check out Inga's latest post: School Calendars for Districts in the San Antonio Area.  Enjoy your last few weeks of summer break! [...]
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San Antonio Scoop: A Mom’s Guide to June Events

Congratulations—you've made it! Summer is upon us and there is plenty to keep the kiddos busy this first month of summer. I'm always amazed at the variety of events. This month there are movies being shown everywhere and lots of outdoor options, as well as free showings at Santikos Theatres.  June 1–4June 5–11June 12–18June 19–25June 26–30OngoingJune [...]
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San Antonio Scoop: A Mom’s Guide to March Events

March is packed with events! And I suspect with Spring Break right around the corner, even more events will be popping up. Be sure to check back for updates. This month we've also included several fun events worth checking out in surrounding towns. Let's get outside, explore a new-to-you part of town, and enjoy the diversity of [...]
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San Antonio Scoop: A Mom’s Guide to October

Y'all remember how October is always a busy month? It's seriously no joke. So let's skip the small talk and get to filling in our calendars, shall we? I'm already double- and triple-booked! OCT 1-7OCT 8-14OCT 15-21OCT 22-28OCT 29-31OngoingOCT 1-7 Saturday, October 1 SAAMOM's Children's Clothing and Equipment Sale, 8:00 A.M.–12:00 P.M. at Crown of [...]
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Head North for New Adventures in New Braunfels

Fall, schmall. We live in Texas, so rather than crisp air and colorful leaves crunching beneath our feet, fall means the weather is still warm, meaning outdoor adventures are still possible, though sometimes it’s still so muggy that air-conditioned activities are calling your name. Good news: New Braunfels offers both indoor and outdoor family-friendly activities […]

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San Antonio Scoop: A Mom’s Guide to September

Congratulations! The back-to-school season has commenced, and we're all still standing. As you and your family settle into your routine, San Antonio has plenty in store. September is sort of like the calm before the fall festival season. Hispanic Heritage Month also kicks off in the middle of the month with Diez y Seis de Septiembre. [...]
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