The Steve Soares Trio | Tue., Sep. 20 | 7:30 p.m. | Jazz, TX, 312 Pearl Pkwy. | 15+ | Enjoy a night of classic jazz standards and original arrangements. 🎷
Farmer’s Market | Wed., Sep. 21 | 1-6 p.m. | Woodlawn Pointe, 702 Donaldson Ave. | Free entry | Shop fresh produce + pantry staples at this producers-only market.
Ethnobotany of Native Plants Guided Tour | Wed., Sep. 21 | 10-11:30 a.m. | San Antonio Botanical Garden | $15 | Learn about the diverse relationships people have had, and still have, with plants in Texas. 🌿
River Revival Music Fest 2022 | Thu., Sept. 22-Sun., Sept. 25 | Times vary | 5455 River Rd., New Braunfels | $115+ | Camp out + catch more than 20 live performances all weekend long at this riverside festival. 🏞
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The San Antonio City Council approved a ~$30 rebate for CPS Energy customers in response to higher-than-average summer energy costs. Residents can choose to keep the money, pass it on to low-income residents, or keep it earmarked for city weatherization efforts. ⚡️ (San Antonio Report)
Funding for the energy rebate — plus infrastructure improvements to the airport and convention center + financial assistance programs — was cleared in SATX’s record $3.4 billion municipal budget. (San Antonio Business Journal)
Texas authors will come to Boerne’s Main Plaza on Sat., Oct. 1 for the annual Boerne Book and Arts Festival. Presenters will include E.R. Bills (“Texas Oblivion”), Carmen Tafolla (“I Will Always Come Back to You”), and Sarah Bird (“Last Dance on the Starlight Pier”), among other writers. 📚 (San Antonio Report)
A five-acre, high traffic property upriver from Gruene is listed at $4.2 million. The C-4 zoned property contains two rental units, has 450 feet of river frontage, and is ideal for condos + hotels, according to the listing. (San Antonio Express-News)
We told you that NEISD schools added election day to its holiday calendar. Now East Central, Judson, and Northside ISD have done the same. Since schools are frequently polling places, the move was made to ensure children and voters are not crowded together on election days. 🗳 (KSAT-12)
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Editor’s pick: One group I didn’t see much of while researching this piece? Book clubs. Let’s swap recs. I’ve been reading Amanda Montell’s “Cultish,” which has been a real eye-opener. My all-timer is “Impossible Owls,” an essay collection by Brian Phillips. “Lost Highway” is a gorgeous Southwest roadtrip story. What have you been reading?
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