Wednesday, January 27
Cocktails & Culture: The Witte returns with an adults-only shindig that explores the Bodies Revealed exhibition (with special pricing). Learn about the body while noshing on food for purchase by The Box Street Social, brews by Alamo Beer and cocktails by Deep Eddy Vodka. $15 per person, 6:30-8:30pm, 3801 Broadway, (210) 357-1900, wittemuseum.org.
Saturday, January 30
Yeast & Beer: The San Antonio Cerveceros host their first class of the year, "Yeast Cultivation, Harvesting and Behavior" with everything you wanted to know about this beer essential from Dan Gomez of Mad Pecker Brewing Company. Free, 11am, 6025 Tezel Road, #122, (210) 562-3059, facebook.com/sanantoniocerveceros.
Sunday, January 31
Oloroso Jr.: It was a sad day in November 2010 when Oloroso, helmed by Josh Cross, closed its doors. Now, five years later, Cross (most recently with Toro Taco Bar) is firing up a familiar Mediterranean-inspired menu for one-night only inside The Old Main Assoc. We can't wait. $36, 6pm, 2512 N. Main Ave., (210) 562-3440, facebook.com/theoldmainassoc.
Monday, February 1
Buckaroo Days: From now through February 27, the storied Josephine Street will host a celebration of all things cowboy. Stop by for a buck off domestic longnecks and Texas T-bones through the duration of rodeo season. Head there on your way to the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo (which kicks off February 11) and pre-party the right way. Prices vary, 11am-10pm Monday-Thursday, 11am-11pm Friday-Saturday, 400 E. Josephine St., (210) 224-6169, josephinestreet.com.
Froyo Freebies: Take it easy on the fixin's! Menchie's will offer a free six-ounce cup of frozen yogurt in advance of National Frozen Yogurt Day (which is a thing, somehow) on February 6. No coupons are necessary, and as a bonus, those who stop by will receive a 20 percent off coupon for their next visit, good through February 20. Free, 4-7pm, 5619 W. Loop 1604 N., 8223 Marbach Road, Suite 111, 999 E. Basse Road, Suite 177, menchies.com.
Wednesday, February 3
Chinese Take-out Faves: You could call in your usual order, again, or you could try your hand at recreating them at home with tips and recipes from the Central Market cooking school staff. Learn how to make perfect potstickers, hot and sour soup, kung pao chicken and yangchow fried rice. $60, 6:30-9pm, 4821 Broadway, (210) 368-8617, centralmarket.com.
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