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Friday, October 23, 2015

Pinche Rain: Find Out Which Events Are Cancelled This Weekend in San Antonio

Posted By and on Fri, Oct 23, 2015 at 1:17 PM

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Friday, October 23

Certain portions of the event are cancelled due to weather.  More information here. 

Muertos Fest: Organizers are moving ahead as planned; bands are being moved indoors. More information here. 

2015 SACTACULAR: This event has been postponed to Friday, November 6. 

Lebanese Food Festival: This event is a go, rain or shine. The SA Lebanese Community of St. George Maronite Catholic Church hosts an indoor/outdoor festival with a Lebanese dance troupe, live music, beer, wine and a children’s play area. $1-$3, 6pm-11pm Fri. Oct. 23, 1pm -11pm, Sat. Oct. 24, noon-6pm, Sun. Oct. 25, St. George Maronite Church Center 6070 Babcock Road. 

Sisters Grimm All Hallow's Eve Dinner and Ghost Tour: This event will go on as planned. $50-$75, 7pm-10:30pm, Fri., Oct. 23 and Sat., Oct. 24. Full details here. 

Saturday, October 24

HalloVista 2015: The first annual Halloween festival presented by Northwest Vista College featuring two haunted houses, a screening of Ghostbusters and food trucks from Cheesy Janes, Big Guido's and Maui Wowi has been rescheduled to Thursday, October 29. The fun begins at 4 p.m. and closes out with fireworks after the screening of the film. Free, 4-9pm, 3535 North Ellison Drive, (210) 486-4000,

Celebrate the fall season at The Botanical Gardens on its new date, Sunday, November 1 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Come with the family and be ready to carve pumpkins and visit a "Mad Science House" presented by the San Antonio Biology Club of Texas A&M. $7-$10, 9-3pm, 555 Funston Pl., (210) 207-3250,

OctSOBERfest: This event will go on as plannedEnjoy live music, guest speakers, games, and plenty of activities being held at San Antonio College. The purpose of OctSOBERfest is to raise awareness that alcohol recovery works. Free, noon-9 p.m., 1300 San Pedro Ave., (210) 331-1419

Michelada Massacre: This event will go on as planned. Celebration and contest for the best Michelada's in town. It will feature a lineup of local artists and a chance to try Michelada's from all over San Antonio. Alamo Beer Company will host this competition. $17, 4-11 p.m., 202 Lamar Street, (210) 872-5589, purchase tickets here.

Sunday, October 25

San Antonio Zombie Walk:
This event is still a go so toss on your best water-proof zombie make-up. Show up in your best zombie face and costume and walk around San Antonio scaring people into the Halloween spirit. The walk starts at The Tower of the Americas and ends at The Alamo. Free, 5-11 p.m., 739 E. Cesar E. Chavez Blvd, (210) 223-3101.

Culinaria Jazz Brunch: This event is cancelled. 

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