May 20 Friday
The Montalvo House Farm-To-Table Organic Market has changed its schedule! The market is now open for in-store purchases on the first Friday and Saturday of each month, followed by an eCommerce store with delivery options for all other weeks. Get great local certified organic vegetables, fruit, dairy, meat, dry goods and more delivered right to your home and office! For more information, visit our website at www.themontalvohouse.org
May 21 Saturday
F3 is a FREE workout group for men.
Over 20 outdoor workouts every week.
It’s easier to be consistent with exercise among friends!
All guys and fitness levels are welcome.
Find a workout place/time at F3ALAMO.COM
Online, non-faith-based, full Peer Support Group for anyone who has lost a loved one to COVID-19. Free. 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM, Saturdays. Hosted by University Presbyterian Church in San Antonio, TX (other cities and states are very welcome). Email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call (210-249-1289) for more information and consent form. One-time sign-up required.
SATURDAY, MAY 21st
10 AM - 2 PM
6601 Antoine Drive Houston, TX 77091
FREE Pony rides, Bouncers, Art activities. Snacks, Music, Train ride, and Fun for the entire family713-686-5538
Join us at Little Flower Basilica for an in-depth tour with Secular Order of Discalced Carmelites!
Little Flower Basilica is happy to announce the continuance of our partnership with the OCDS of San Antonio in offering "Basilica Heritage Tours." These tours offer the people of San Antonio and beyond an opportunity to learn about the history of Little Flower Basilica and the lives of our Discalced Carmelite saints as depicted through the Stained Glass Collection of the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Little Flower. The next Basilica Heritage Tour is May 21st from 1pm to 3pm.
Also included is the special opportunity to venerate the first class relics of the Discalced Carmelite saints housed within the Basilica.
Interested in scheduling a private tour? Contact us at 210-735-9126 ext 108
San Antonio Public Library is hosting an online space for people to listen to stories as they explore their creativity. So come and play with pastels, knit with nonchalance, delight in doodling! In fact, as long as it gets your creativity flowing, whether it’s sewing or Sudoku, feel free to join in. While everyone is welcome, this program is designed to be a safe space for members of the queer community. Each week we’ll play a podcast or excerpts from books with queer-centered storylines or queer characters. You can listen and craft, strike up a conversation about that week’s current audio selection, or swap tips with a fellow crafter.
The listening selections will be posted a week ahead of time on the LGBTQ+ LibGuide (guides.mysapl.org/lgbtq) along with information about the book or podcast as well as any potential content warnings. Register through the events calendar at mysapl.org!
***Registration is required***
Join us for a culinary tour of Native American Texas designed by Chef Adan Medrano. The event will feature live painting, a silent auction and cultural presentations. Funds raised through this dinner support our many programs and services that support San Antonio through cultural preservation, healing and advocacy. Your ticket purchase also includes an invitation to Chef Adan's film screening of "Truly Texas Mexican" the night before.
May 22 Sunday
Requiem by John Rutter will be presented by Musica Sacra San Antonio under the direction of Owen Duggan with organist William Benefield and select musicians of the San Antonio Symphony. The concert will be offered in memory of the group's founding director Dr. Robert M. Finster. Organist-conductor Bob Finster was also the founder of the Texas Bach Choir. Additional works offered, incl. Phoenix by Peter Hallock and O Love by Elaine Hagenberg.
May 23 Monday