Sep 25 Monday
Welcome to Northwest Toastmasters - Come visit us Monday evenings at 6:45!We provide a supportive and positive learning experience in which members are empowered to develop communication and leadership skills, resulting in greater self-confidence and personal growth.
Sep 27 Wednesday
This FREE program offers a helpful setting where participants work together in a small group to learn about healthier eating and more physical activity to help lower their risk of developing diabetes. To qualify for the Prevent T2 program, participants must be at least 18 years old, overweight (BMI > 25), and be at high risk of developing type 2 diabetes, or already have been diagnosed with prediabetes
Sep 30 Saturday
Enrollment event for students that will provide one-stop, on site enrollment services. At the event, students can get assistance with completing all the enrollment steps needed to enroll for Fall 2023. From the application process to registration, our offices are open and ready to help. Financial Aid assistance will also be available for help in competing the FAFSA and much more.
The event is open to all students, new, transfer, and returning.
Available services and assistance will include:ApplyTexas application assistanceFAFSA completionTSI Exam administrationNew Student OrientationAdvisingRegistration
Assistance will also be available to answer general questions. Students can also learn about our programs, student life opportunities, and other academic and student support services.
Learn more about our Enrollment Express event, save your spot, and for information on what documents to bring visit www.alamo.edu/nlc/express
Enrollment Express dates include: Aug. 5, 12, 19, 26
Would you line to learn and perform world music?
Open to anyone who can play an instrument or sing at any level.
Raindrop Foundation offers a free class every Saturday at 1pm. The music includes both classical and folk styles from the Balkans and Greece to India and China.
This is an opportunity to learn both the music and the structure and theory of Makam or Raga, the scales of eastern music. As you learn you will be welcome to join our community orchestra that performs at festivals and events to promote interfaith and intercultural dialogue.
We meet at Raindrop Center 4337 Vance Jackson Rd. #203 San Antonio, TX 78230
Email us at RaindropWorldMusic@gmail.com to let us know you're coming or if you'd like more information. Please include your phone number if you'd like to speak to us about the program.
You might also like to visit our website to learn more about Raindrop.
How to get there:
map: (Raindrop Foundation)
Oct 02 Monday
Small, disconnected, and incomplete–this is how personal memories often come to us. But how do we take these moments and turn them into something meaningful? In micro memoir, a nonfiction piece is told in 200 words or less and is a perfect way to capture these tiny stories.
In this generative four-week class, we’ll explore micro memoir and how adding a visual component can add depth to personal stories. We will study writers who use micro memoir and incorporate visual elements, then we will delve into our own memories, learn to identify powerful moments, and explore them through micro memoir and simple visual art exercises.
WORKSHOP DATES:Mondays, Oct 2, 9, 16 & 23, 6:30-8:30pm CST, via Zoom
COST:Nonmember: $150; Member: $125; Student/Vet/Mil $75
EARN CPE’S * SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE
Joni Wallace is the author of three books of poetry and a chapbook: Landscape with Missing River (Barrow Street Press, 2023); Kingdom Come Radio Show, (Barrow Street Press, 2016); To the Lighthouse Award; Blinking Ephemeral Valentine (Four Way Books, 2011), winner of the Levis Prize (selected by Mary Jo Bang); Redshift (chapbook)(Kore Press, 2001). Her work has been featured by the Poetry Society of America and appears in journals such as Boston Review, Conduit, Connotations Press, Gulf Coast, and more. She explores micro memoir through her poetry.
Oct 04 Wednesday
Oct 05 Thursday
Community First in-person Zumba sponsorship will be held every Thursday from 6pm – 7pm at Enrique Barrera Community Fitness Center located at 5800 Historic Old Highway 90 (formerly 5800 Enrique M Barrera Parkway) – in the multipurpose room. The community is welcome to attend.A marketing representative will be available to answer questions about Community First insurance plans for members and potential members.No registration is required.
Oct 07 Saturday
Our First Saturday Hike provides individuals or families a multi-ecosystem experience representative of the San Antonio area. The Alamo Master Naturalists provide guided hikes or individuals can sign up for a self-guided hike. Bulverde Oaks Nature Preserve was previously cattle-grazed grasslands and has various native species and wildlife to see while hiking over the Edwards Aquifer recharge zone.