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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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Super Saturday: Can You Dig It?

In honor of National Archeology Month, the Witte Museum is inviting you to come explore Texas Deep Time with some good friends and a trowel! Come see what lies beneath the sediment and uncover a wealth knowledge at our 3rd Annual Can You Dig It? Super Saturday!

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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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Tinkergarten

At Tinkergarten, families meet outdoors to connect and learn through play. Leaders facilitate 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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Fun for All Abilities at Morgan's Wonderland in San Antonio, Texas | Alamo City Moms Blog

Fun for All Abilities at Morgan’s Wonderland

Morgan’s Wonderland: Who is it for? It’s for EVERYONE. The first time we went to Morgan’s Wonderland, I felt awkward about claiming free admission for F.T., my son, who is on the autism spectrum. (The park offers free admission for people of all ages who have special needs.) Autism is an invisible difference, and it […]

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San Antonio Scoop: Family Fun in the Alamo City for January 22–28

As you might have noticed, I often turn the the San Antonio Public Library when I’m looking for more events to add to the Scoop on weeks that are a little less event-filled. This is one of those weeks, but I’m excited about this new series Symphony Musicians at SAPL. Be sure to check out the […]

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San Antonio Scoop: Family Fun in the Alamo City for September 4–10

Woohoo! It’s Labor Day Weekend. With the extended weekend come multi-day events and festivities. Take a close look at the events listed under “Ongoing” to plan your weekend. But don’t forget the kid-friendly activities at Friedrich Park and the San Antonio Museum of Art also happening this weekend. Have you been following the Save the Date section […]

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