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9 Free Events Happening This Week 

Mission Table Tennis

Tue 5/31


You don't need to be a kid to play some table tennis! Adults of all levels of experience are welcome to paddle some fun into your day. 
Free, 1pm, Tue, Mission Library, 3134 Roosevelt Ave.,
(210) 207- 2704,

Come Out

Wed 6/1

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Come out and celebrate Pride month, which focuses on the contributions to
culture and society by those who are lesbian, gay, bisexual,
transgender or intersex. Foxxy Blue Orchid will be leading a panel discussion of San Antonians sharing their coming out stories. With special guests including Ashley Dee Brown, Alejandra Galindo-Cantu, Irene Galindo-Cantu,  Erick Macias, and Julian P. Ledezma. Free, 6:30pm, Wed, Central Library, 600 Soledad, (210) 207- 2500, 

Viva Villa Loteria 

Wed 6/1

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It's not bingo, it's Loteria and you can win prizes, drink craft beer, margaritas and eat tacos. You might see a borracho, diablo, or even a soldado so follow your corazon and raise your mano because la sirena is calling your name to play some Loteria! Free, 7pm, Wed, VIA Villa, 909 Dolorosa, (210) 987- 8482, 

Rock n Rally to End Gun Violence: Mitch Webb and The Swindles

Thu 6/2

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Bringing awareness to gun violence, Mitch Webb and The Swindles will be hitting up the Friendly Spot. Ranging from Americana to punk-style rock, The Swindles are guaranteed to put on a show that won't disappoint.
Free, 6pm, Thu, Friendly Spot, 943 S. Alamo St.,
(210) 224-2337

Little Woodrow's Turtle Races

Thu 6/2

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Let the races begin! Join for the wacky fun of watching 8 turtles race three times a night. Watch as these turtles come out of their shell with racing heats being held at 9:00, 10:00 and 11:00 pm. Free, Thu, 8:30pm, Little Woodrow's, 2535 Babcock Rd., (210) 692-1500,

Heavy Glow

Thu 6/2

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Heavy Glow and front man, Jared Mullins will be pounding the stage with their
hard-hitting, gritty and infectious rock! Fused with heavy guitar riffs, intense and fiery drumming and just enough soulful bass to create a thunderous yet modernistic retro vibe that will leave a heavy glow on your face! Free, 9pm, Thu, The Mix, 2423 N. St. Marys, (210) 735-

San Antonio Symphony Free Simulcast: Mahlers Titan

Fri 6/3

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Check out the outdoor evening  will free simulcast that will be shown on a 30-foot video wall of the River Walk Plaza at the Tobin Center. Guests will see the live simulcast of the complete “Mahler’s Titan” program being performed inside Performance Hall. Bring your chairs and blankets and enjoy this free musical event! Free, 8pm, Fri, Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, 100 Auditorium Circle, (210) 223-

Minions-Slab Cinema

Sat 6/4

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Bring the whole family out for a night with the funny and yellow mischievous Minions. Stuart, Kevin and Bob are recruited by Scarlet Overkill (Sandra Bullock), a super-villain who, alongside her inventor husband Herb (Jon Ham), hatches a plot to take over the world. Free, 7pm, Sat, Mission Marque Plaza, 3134 Roosevelt, (210) 207-

Tyra Manning, Where the Water Meets the Sand

Sun 6/5


After learning her husband had been killed in the Vietnam War and battling addiction and depression author, Tyra Manning shares her story of struggle and perseverance. Where the Water Meets the Sand explores the elements of loss, depression, addiction, courage and love that offers hope and inspiration to those who have dealt with the loss of someone close to them. Free, 2pm, Sun, The Twig, 306 Pearl Parkway, Suite 106, (210) 826-6411,


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