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Hecho a Mano Outdoor Market

Sat., Dec. 21, 12-6 p.m.
Plaza Guadalupe 1327 Guadalupe St., San Antonio San Antonio


Calling all last-minute shoppers — you don’t have to settle for poorly thought-out gifts purchased at the last minute on Amazon Prime. Four days before Christmas, the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center will present its annual Hecho a Mano festival as a savior to holiday procrastinators. This year inaugurates a new partnership with the Avenida Guadalupe Association to host the fest at the historic Plaza Guadalupe, expanding the footprint of the market, which was held at the Galería Guadalupe in past years. In addition to providing an avenue for local makers and artisans to reach shoppers, Hecho a Mano features a canned food drive that benefits Inner City Development.

Gardens & Yoga

Third Saturday of every month, 10-11 a.m.
San Antonio Botanical Garden 555 Funston, San Antonio San Antonio

Buy Tickets$15


AC Power Yoga pops up at the Botanical Garden for an outdoor class suitable for all ages and skill levels. Attendees are asked to bring a durable yoga mat, sunscreen, water, bug spray and an open mind. (210) 536-1400

San Antonio Nerd Night

Fourth Sunday of every month, 2-10 p.m.
Knight Watch Games 16350 Blanco Road, San Antonio North Central


Gamers converge the fourth Sunday of every month for a meetup benefiting area nonprofits. (214) 641-9352

‘Making Scents of Outer Space’ & ‘Birding the DoSeum’

Mondays-Fridays, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Saturdays, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. and Sundays, 12-5 p.m. Continues through Jan. 12
The DoSeum 2800 Broadway St, San Antonio San Antonio


Inaugurated in 2017 with Richard Armendariz’s tent-like, wildlife-filled multimedia installation “The Dream Keeper,” the DoSeum’s Artist-in-Residence program is designed to “challenge the young curious minds of San Antonio” while infusing contemporary art into the museum’s interactive, STEM-based platform. Selected from an open call conducted in the spring, prolific San Antonio artists Amada Miller and Mark Menjivar promise to bring the program to new heights with site-specific exhibitions that — in very different ways — bring the outdoors inside to shift the focus away from simply seeing art to experiencing it through sound and smell. An alum of Blue Star Contemporary’s Berlin Residency who’s exhibited across Texas and beyond, Miller consistently defies expectations with thoughtful, research-based endeavors that have involved everything from natural pigments and the ancient Egyptian perfumes to Bauhaus-era color theory and meteorites dangling from clear glass bells. During her Berlin residency, Miller visited the Vienna Natural History Museum and found creative inspiration in an exhibition exploring the European Space Agency’s Rosetta mission and the discovery of molecular data that gave scientists an idea of what it might smell like on the surface of Comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko. “From that experience,” Miller said, “I started diving deeper into other stellar spectrum-based research that hypothesized the scent of other atmospheres, gas clouds and stars.” Informed by this line of inquiry, her DoSeum exhibition “Making Scents of Outer Space” is billed as “a multi-sensory experience that includes taking off from Earth and ending in a visit to a black hole.” Furthering Miller’s fascination with olfactory sensations and the memories they can spark, the project comprises “scent stations,” “sensory pods” and even scratch-and-sniff sculptures based on the smells one might encounter while navigating the cosmos. A socially engaged San Antonio artist who’s garnered attention from NPR, Artforum and the New York Times, Menjivar works with photography, archives, sculpture and other mediums to address topics both timely and universal — including border issues and the role luck plays in our lives. Eight years ago, Menjivar discovered the joys of birdwatching when a Belted Kingfisher landed in his backyard. “From there I was hooked,” he told us. “And I fell in love with not just the birds, but with looking and listening as I navigated the world around me every day. I began to see a lot of overlaps with contemporary art — color, texture, context, movement, — and wanted to share that with others.” Said overlaps promise to emerge from “Birding the DoSeum,” a series of 12 life-size bird photographs printed on aluminum boxes equipped with corresponding chirps. In addition to pairing the sights and sounds of birds commonly found in South Texas, Menjivar’s project seeks to offer viewers a newfound appreciation for the natural beauty that surrounds them. In conjunction with their well-deserved gigs, both artists-in-residence will host intriguing, hands-on workshops, with Menjivar tackling “Seed Bombs” with the Audubon Society on November 23 and “Nest Making” with artist Marta Solis on November 30 and Miller leading participants in the creation of smelly planets with “Scented Playdough” on November 23 (advance registration required at thedoseum.org/artist-in-residence). (210) 212-4453

Alex de Leon and Elizabeth McGrath

Mondays-Fridays, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. and Saturdays, Sundays, 12-5 p.m. Continues through Dec. 29
Artpace 445 N. Main Ave., San Antonio San Antonio


As it prepares for what promises to be a memorable 25th anniversary in 2020, Artpace is thoughtfully looking back at its infancy — a period guided by its founder, the late artist, collector and philanthropist Linda Pace. Following in the same reflective vein as the 2018 group show “Then and Now,” which brought together works by local Artpace residency alumni Ken Little, Kathy Vargas, Constance Lowe and Ángel Rodríguez Díaz, the influential institution’s latest offerings turn back the clock to celebrate the work of two somewhat unsung artists whose connections to the organization extend back to the start of its residency program. Installed in the street-level Main Space in an arrangement that’s sure to spark the curiosity of passersby, a capsule collection of pieces created by former San Antonio resident Elizabeth McGrath is anchored by Broken, a conceptual sculpture she created during her 1996 Artpace residency. Comprised of a weathered wooden chair enveloped in crocheted silk that stretches to the ceiling like a spider’s web, it’s flanked by unrelated but equally curious sculptures — an organic-looking object pieced together from found wood and Bondo putty, and a snakelike coil fashioned from what appears to be a stuffed floral bedsheet. Behaving almost as conversation prompts for anyone who happens upon them in Artpace’s Main Avenue windows, these odd experiments with materials hard and soft may suggest alternate streams of discourse when viewers learn that McGrath long ago shifted her professional focus from art to psychotherapy. Delivering a poppier, punchier counterpoint to this blast from the past, the work of late Alamo City legend Alex de León lines walls and cases upstairs in Artpace’s Hudson Showroom. Like McGrath, de León represented San Antonio as an International Artist-in-Residence in 1996 and both participated in Artpace’s London Studio Program in 1995, but the similarities seem to end there — and this pairing of exhibitions makes no pretense of connection outside of space and time. An Edinburg native who studied printmaking at Kansas City Art Institute, de León left bold marks on San Antonio from the 1980s until his passing in 2012. Although ceramics emerged as his strong suit and his signature style got pegged as folk art, he didn’t consider himself a ceramicist or a folk artist. In true pop fashion, his work often relied on the repetition of popular imagery and landed on local T-shirts and Hollywood film sets alike. Assembled from a number of local collections, his new self-titled exhibition looks and feels like a tight retrospective for a pioneer of the San Antonio aesthetic. Beyond a playful, even cheery color palette that adorns everything from expertly rendered enamel paintings on steel to functional clay vessels and covetable shot glasses, de León’s pieces are tied together with a visual vocabulary punctuated by police cars, hearses, skulls, beer cans, cigarette packs and steaks on the grill. Although the subject matter is often immediately funny, the pieces’ titles paint a clearer picture of his sharp sense of humor: the 1995 painting Surprized Anything Gets Done As Much As He Drinks depicts a mess of tools, car parts and empty beer bottles scattered around a garage; and a classic pink convertible is parked amid a storm of cigarette butts, booze bottles, martini glasses and musical instruments in the 1997 ceramic bowl She Shoulda Tooka Cab. While it may look like the odd man out, a small cardboard house perched in a corner is taken from the body of work that inspired Artpace Executive Director Riley Robinson to revisit de León’s work in a contemporary context. Taken from his 2004-era “Welcome Home Series,” the ramshackle sculpture was built from materials de León purchased from down-and-out individuals: signs emblazoned with pleas such as “Homeless and Hungry. Please Help If You Can,” “Mother of Three Struggling From Earlier Layoff. Need Help Please” and “Homeless Vet. Please Help. God Bless You. (210) 212-4900

Fall Exhibitions at Blue Star Contemporary

Saturdays, Sundays, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. and Thursdays, Fridays, 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Continues through Jan. 4
Blue Star Contemporary 116 Blue Star, San Antonio San Antonio


The trinity of politics, environment and healthcare might make you want to keep flipping pages, but rather than recapping another fruitless debate, we’re simply previewing a group of Blue Star Contemporary (BSC) exhibitions that speak to the troubled world we live in. One of two BSC Berlin Residency alumni in the bunch, artist and Texas State University professor Joey Fauerso is known for pensive animations, atmospheric portraits, amusing “drawing battles” and plenty in between. You may have even driven past her Canopy, a verdant, bird-filled mural she painted on the Fulton Avenue railroad underpass with assistance from Agnes Cotton Academy students. In recent years, Fauerso’s projects have braved tougher territory. Initiated in 2017, during her three-month residency at Berlin’s Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Fauerso’s ongoing project “You Destroy Every Special Thing I Make (We Fall to Pieces)” employs a graphic, black-and-white palette to address the chaotic political climate and the uncertain future awaiting her two young sons. Billed as the continuation of her investigation into culture, gender, family and humor, her “Teardowns” takes over Blue Star’s Main Gallery with a mélange of sculpture, video and a 50-foot mural inspired by the wallpaper in the Diplomatic Reception Room at the White House. Throughout the exhibition’s run, Fauerso will erode her mural as a performative commentary on “the destructive and restorative nature of humanity.” A fellow BSC Berlin Residency alum who holds degrees in biology, painting and printmaking, Margaret Craig describes her new exhibition “Sea Islands” as “a contemplation on the ways we affect the plants and animals around us, and how we may be affected by them.” Informed in part by her experiences in Berlin — where she collected sea-bound detritus on walks through the city streets — her solo show in Blue Star’s Middle Gallery presents upcycled plastic sculptures as imaginative creatures that “might one day populate the ocean as trash.” A Japanese artist specializing in kinetic work, Tsuyoshi Anzai tackles the human condition in “Healthy Machines,” an installation housed in BSC’s snug Gallery 4. Posing questions of wellness, ability and imperfection, Anzai’s work appears colorful and playful on the outside but in fact stems from brain surgery that left the artist with epilepsy. If all of the above leaves you longing for a bit of escapism, head for BSC’s Project Space, where Austin-based OK Mountain co-founder Sterling Allen and San Antonio’s own Larry Graeber join forces for “Formal Proof,” a two-man exhibition without much of an agenda beyond the interplay of odd sculptures that often begin with “physical and image-based debris gathered from various sources.” The opening reception will take place on October 4th from 6 p.m.-9 p.m. and will be free. (210) 227-6960

Elf The Musical

Thursdays-Saturdays, 7:30 p.m. and Sundays, 2 p.m. Continues through Dec. 22
The Public Theater of San Antonio 800 W. Ashby Pl., San Antonio Central

Buy Tickets$10-$45


Get ready to scream — or in this case sing — “Santa’s coming? I know him! I know him!” as The Public Theater hosts a month-long run of Elf The Musical. Based on the 2003 Will Ferrell film, the musical follows Buddy the Elf, played by James Welch, who goes on a quest into the world of humans to figure out his true identity and lineage. Along the way, he encounters obstacles including corporate New York City, an angry father and his faltering belief in the magic of Santa Claus. Paired with festive songs, Buddy’s antics bring an engaging sense of holly-jolliness and a welcome change from the usual holiday stage fare. (210) 733-7258

A Christmas Carol, the Musical

Sundays, 3 p.m. and Fridays, Saturdays, 7:30 p.m. Continues through Dec. 23
Woodlawn Theatre 1920 Fredericksburg Road, San Antonio San Antonio

Buy Tickets$18-$30


Charles Dickens’ yuletide tale has survived more than a century of adaptations, with everything from live television productions to Muppet movies following Ebenezer Scrooge’s journey from greedy misanthrope to Christmas-loving humanitarian. If it seems overdone at this point, that may be the Bah Humbug energy threatening to overtake our collective Christmas spirit, because there’s no story more appropriate for a yearly, seasonal retelling than this one — maybe with the exception of Love, Actually. Directed by San Antonio College theatre professor Ronald Watson and with choreography from local actress and dancer Kate Ragan, the Woodlawn Theatre’s musical version of A Christmas Carol will be performed every weekend until Christmas, making it hard to come up with an excuse to skip it that doesn’t sound Scroogeian. (210) 267-8388

All is Calm

Thursdays, 7:30 p.m., Fridays, 7:30 p.m., Saturdays, 7:30 p.m. and Sundays, 2 p.m. Continues through Dec. 22
UTSA Buena Vista Theater 501 W. César Chávez Blvd., San Antonio San Antonio

Buy Tickets$15-$30


Remember that time the holiday spirit hit pause on World War I? On Christmas Eve, 1914, a sudden hard frost covered No Man’s Land, and homesick soldiers on both sides filled the air with spontaneous shouts of seasons’ greetings and carols. Spontaneous ceasefires crept up along the Western Front as war-weary men arose from the trenches to exchange gifts, bury their dead and even play soccer together. The conspicuous absence of the monumental “Christmas Truce” from history textbooks inspired Peter Rothstein to create the radio musical drama All Is Calm in, which brings to life the voices of WWI soldiers using first-hand accounts, drawing on “letters, journals, official war documents, poetry, gravestone inscriptions — even an old radio broadcast.” This month, the Public Theater presents its fourth consecutive presentation of All is Calm: The Christmas Truce of 1914 at UTSA’s downtown Buena Vista Theatre, running concurrently with the lighter fare on deck at its theater off Ashby — Elf the Musical. (210) 458-4011

Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley

Fridays, 8 p.m., Saturdays, 8 p.m. and Sundays, 3 p.m. Continues through Dec. 30
Classic Theatre of San Antonio 1924 Fredericksburg Rd., San Antonio Balcones Heights

Buy Tickets$19-$34


It is a universally acknowledged truth that a holiday season without Jane Austen is barely a holiday season at all. But who would have thought that a satisfying yarn could be spun about Mary, the most boring of the Bennet sisters from Austen’s Pride & Prejudice? Set two years after the events of the novel, the action in Miss Bennet centers on bookish and prudish Mary as she finds love with Mr. Darcy’s shy cousin, Arthur de Bourgh. Granted, it doesn’t sound as enticing — or as likely to include any men emerging from lakes — as the original love story. But in the hands of acclaimed playwright Lauren Gunderson and Margot Melcon, Miss Bennet keeps the playful energy of its precursor alive, offering both something new for the Austen-addict and something festive for the newcomer. Kelly Roush will be returning to direct the play in its second annual run at The Classic Theatre. (210) 589-8450

Jennifer Ling Datchuk: Don't Worry Be Happy

Tuesdays-Saturdays, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Continues through Jan. 11
Ruiz-Healy Art 201-A E. Olmos Dr., San Antonio San Antonio


Recent Artpace International Artist-In-Residence Jennifer Ling Datchuk continues her exploration of gender, race and identity through dual exhibitions at Ruiz-Healy Art’s two locations, San Antonio and New York. In her artistic practice, Datchuk seeks to rewrite traumatic histories and reclaim power, from incorporating gendered and racial slurs into her work to rescuing and rehabilitating vintage ceramics from eBay. Her Alamo City exhibition “Don’t Worry Be Happy” will showcase porcelain sculptures and photography that centers on the social expectations under which girls are expected to operate at a young age — don’t make noise, stay clean, don’t cause a stir, always be polite and otherwise serve “as empty vessels for the desire and fulfillment of men.” (210) 804-2219

Dear Evan Hansen

Dec. 17-19, 7:30 p.m., Dec. 20-21, 8 p.m., Dec. 21-22, 2 p.m. and Sun., Dec. 22, 7:30 p.m.
The Majestic Theatre 224 E Houston, San Antonio San Antonio

Buy Tickets$45-$686


In the three years since the start of its original Broadway run, Dear Evan Hansen has garnered an amount of praise that seems unlikely for a play addressing teen suicide. Even more unlikely in this acclaim is its depiction of these themes through music, somehow bringing levity to the tragic subject matter. The musical follows anxious teen Evan as he forms meaningful connections with a local family, but under deeply dark false pretenses. With six Tony awards, a Grammy and an Emmy under its belt, Dear Evan Hansen sings its way to San Antonio for the first time with its national touring cast, featuring Stephen Christopher Anthony as the titular Evan and Jessica Phillips as his love interest Zoe. The tickets may be as hard as to get as Hamilton on some days, but luckily, it’s staying at the Majestic for nearly a week, giving ample time for longtime fans and newcomers alike to see the musical. (210) 226-3333

1st Annual Holiday Celebration and Sale

Fri., Dec. 20, 6-9 p.m.

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@ Kapej Gallery and Cafe, 415 Camden, St., San Antonio, TX 78215
Come celebrate the season at Kapej Gallery & Café’s First Annual Holiday Celebration & Sale. Newly opened Kapej Gallery & Café is hosting a holiday drop-in party. Browse unique gifts of art (in all media at all price points), jewelry —and more. Taste hand-crafted Teaness teas and meet Vanessa, “the Tea Queen!” Enjoy tacos and other delicious bites. Featured artists: Laura Lopez, Vera Smith, Adriana Rodriguez, Linda Simone. Jewelry and gifts by Cici. Free street parking by Madison Park. (210) 263-9579

Impact Bethlehem Concert

Fri., Dec. 20, 6:30-10 p.m.
Cameo Theatre 1123 E Commerce St, San Antonio San Antonio

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The Impact Bethlehem Concert will feature Bryan McCleery, Ryan Proudfoot, The Dancing Graves and authors Michael Onifer and Doug Hersey. All proceeds will assist the Palestinian Christian population in Bethlehem in need. (210) 724-9920

TGRA Welcome to Who-ville Christmas Party

Fri., Dec. 20, 6:30-9:30 p.m.
SA Country Saloon 10127 Coachlight, San Antonio San Antonio


Join Texas Gay Rodeo Association for a night of Who-ville fun and frolic with complimentary Who-ville finger food. It's a night thanking the community and wishing a happy holiday season for the community's continued support to raise money for their local charities. (210) 525-0915 (FAX); (210)

Pinko - “You & You” Record Release Party

Fri., Dec. 20, 9-11:59 p.m.
Paper Tiger 2410 N. St. Mary's St., San Antonio St. Mary's strip


Pinko is dropping their debut full length album “You & You” with eight new songs, via Hex Records (Ed Gein, USA Nails), which was recorded in El Paso with Chris Common (Crystal Fairy, Omar Rodriguez Lopez, Mastodon). Known cohorts, Exhalants, are sharing the bill with a few special guests. (210) 838-1810

Snowball 5K/1K

Sat., Dec. 21, 7:30-11:30 a.m.
Morgan's Wonderland 5223 David Edwards Dr., San Antonio San Antonio

Buy Tickets$20-$35


Register to run, walk, roll or stroll through a Winter Wonderland as we celebrate inclusion and accessibility at the Morgan's Wonderland Snowball 5K/1K. This event is open to participants of all ages and athletic abilities ranging from competitive runners, to wheelchair racers and those who are looking to support a great cause in a fun way. Participants will enjoy light-bites, hot cocoa, photo-worthy characters and more. You can receive complimentary admission to Wonderland Christmas with your event registration and a commemorative event shirt (210) 495-5888

Masters of Disguise Exhibit Opening at the Science Mill

Sat., Dec. 21, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Science Mill 101 S. Ladybird Lane, Johnson City Road Trip

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Meet the Masters of Disguise at the Science Mill! That is, if you can find them: Did that clump of moss just blink? Does that twig have antennae? Take a closer look to discover ways that animals blend in, stand out, confuse the eye, or hide in plain sight. Alongside live specimens, try these tricks yourself by playing as predator or prey in a variety of digital games. See how designers, engineers and inventors have taken inspiration from nature’s masters of disguise – how will they inspire you? Don't miss the grand opening Saturday Dec. 21. (844) 263-6405

Galactic Holiday - Celebrating the End of an Era!

Sat., Dec. 21, 11 a.m.-7 p.m.
VIBES Event Center 1211 E. Houston Steet, San Antonio Downtown

Buy Tickets$5-$100

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Clockwork Creative along with Lone Star will host a Star Wars pop-up celebration, Galactic Holiday! The celebration will offer attendees a family-friendly experience featuring live entertainment, local artists, vendors, themed food and drinks, cosplay groups, Star Wars décor, fan made props, film projections and opportunities to meet two featured guests of honor to be announced next week. There will also be a costume contest for the best Galactic-inspired looks of the day with over $500 in prizes & cash! Children 12 and under will receive free admission.

41st Annual TubaMeister Christmas Concert

Sat., Dec. 21, 12-1 p.m.
Arneson River Theatre 418 Villita St, San Antonio San Antonio

Buy TicketsFree


All tuba, euphonium and baritone horn players are cordially invited to participate in the 41st Annual TubaMeister Christmas. Participants will stand during the concert, so bring a music stand or music lyre if possible. The concert will be conducted by Lee Hip. (210) 378-6549

Neiman Marcus Holiday Adoption Event

Sat., Dec. 21, 12-4 p.m.
Neiman Marcus - Shops at La Cantera 15900 La Cantera Parkway, Ste. 14, San Antonio San Antonio

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'Tis the season to attend the 2nd annual Neiman Marcus Holiday Adoption Event at La Cantera! Stop by to see SNIPSA's adoptable dogs, or bring your pup for a photo with Santa. All photo proceeds will benefit SNIPSA, and Neiman Marcus will donate $50 to SNIPSA for every dog adopted. Remember, it is always fashionable to bring your beloved doggo to shop at Neiman Marcus! (210) 237-9400

Wael Shawky: Cabaret Crusades III: The Secrets of Karbala

Sat., Dec. 21, 12-5 p.m.
Blanton Museum of Art 200 E. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, Austin Austin


The Blanton will screen the third and final installment of Egyptian artist Wael Shawky’s widely-acclaimed series Cabaret Crusades - an epic exploration of the religious wars fought in the Medieval period. Cabaret Crusades III: The Secrets of Karbala (2014) is, like all three works in the trilogy, based on the 1983 book The Crusades through Arab Eyes by the French-Lebanese writer Amin Maalouf. Interested in history’s interpretation more than history itself, Shawky created a highly stylized visual language using marionette puppets of blown glass and a handmade, revolving set. The event is free with museum admission.

Seersucker Holiday Cocktail Class

Sat., Dec. 21, 1-2 p.m.
Seersucker Southern-Style Gin 8501 Cover Rd, San Antonio Southeast

Buy Tickets$25


Learn trade secrets from a master mixologists to help you create delicious cocktails at home. You will also create two delectable cocktails during your class for you to enjoy - with two new cocktails featured each class. (210) 817-1580

Bah Humbug!: A One-Man Christmas Carol

Sat., Dec. 21, 6-9:30 p.m.
The Big Apple Room at Little Italy 824 Afterglow St, san antonio San Antonio

Buy Tickets$40

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It's Charles Dickens's A Christmas Carol with an amazing twist - one actor plays all the roles in this powerful tale of hope and compassion. Award-winning stage actor J. Damian Gillen transforms before your eyes into all those beloved characters from Scrooge to Tiny Tim in this magical and imaginative re-telling of the holiday classic. (800) 838-3006

Ballet Arts of Austin Nutcracker 2019

Sat., Dec. 21, 7 p.m. and Sun., Dec. 22, 2 p.m.

Buy Tickets$15

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@ St. Michael’s Catholic Academy, 3000 Barton Creek Boulevard, Austin, TX 78735
Enjoy Ballet Arts of Austin's graceful and skilled young dancers in a very warm and personal performance of the holiday classic. Performances are set for Saturday, December 21st at 7pm, Sunday, December 22nd at 2pm. For tickets visit https://26900.danceticketing.com/ 5125221935

Alamo Vaudeville with Host Zach Meacham!

Sat., Dec. 21, 8-10 p.m.
Tobin Center for the Performing Arts 100 Auditorium Circle, San Antonio River Walk

Buy Tickets$29.50


Returning to San Antonio for another great show this year, Courvier Productions is pleased to present Alamo Vaudeville Season 6, a live in the Carlos Alvarez Studio Theater of the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts. A blend of wonderful Performers with host Zach Meacham! Alamo Vaudeville is a classic, wholesome show for the Christmas holiday season directed by Ronnie Courvier, whose show business career spans back to his friendship with late legend Hal Roach, the creator of the Little Rascals and Laurel and Hardy. (210)223-8624

Noche Azul de Esperanza

Sat., Dec. 21, 8-11 p.m.
Esperanza Peace & Justice Center 922 San Pedro, San Antonio San Antonio


Join Esperanza Peace and Justice Center for Noche Azul de Esperanza - their monthly concert with Azul Barrientos. Admission is $7, but they are also accepting additional donations. Admission will only be sold during the day of the concert starting at 6:30pm. Seating is first-come first-served. 2102280201

Renegade Bears Night Out

Sat., Dec. 21, 9 p.m.-2 a.m.
800 Live 800 Lexington Ave., San Antonio San Antonio


Join the Renegade Bears for a cocktail - or two.

Sündias, Bunglord and The Hollowmen at Bang Bang Bar

Sat., Dec. 21, 10 p.m.-2 a.m.
The Bang Bang Bar 119 El Mio, San Antonio North Central


Enjoy a night of reeling rock and roll from three San Antonio bands. Performers include Bunglord - who are heavy shredders and new on the scene, with members of Shirley Temple and Cursus, Sündias - a surf/doom band with a little groove and a whole lot of rock 'n roll) and The Hollowmen - some mellow stoner rockers with the aggression of dark southern rock. The show is 21 years and up. (210) 569-2036

Last Minute Christmas Arts & Craftshow

Sun., Dec. 22, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
Little Flower Catholic School 905 Kentucky Ave., San Antonio Woodlawn Lake

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It’s the last event of the year with returning favorites and fresh new faces over 40 artisans & vendors. Many will have special sales, free gift bags or wrapping. Snack bar will be open serving soft drinks, nachos and more. Located across from the Historic Basilica of the National Shrine of the Little Flower in the Parrish Hall & School Gym at 905 Kentucky Ave. At Zarzamora. Doors open early at 9am til 3pm. Lots of free parking no admission fee. 2105442003

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