Karaoke at Picks Bar | Wednesday, Mar. 8 | 9:30 p.m. | Picks Bar, 4553 N. Loop 1604 W. #1101, San Antonio | Free | Show off your vocal skills with live band karaoke.
01 Farmer’s Market at Woodlawn Pointe | Wednesday, Mar. 8 | 1-5 p.m. | Woodlawn Pointe, 702 Donaldson Ave., San Antonio | Free | Join this neighborhood market for farm-fresh produce, local baked breads, pickles, and other pantry staples.
Thursday, March 9
Briscoe Western Art Museum Spring Break Hours | Thursday, March 9-Monday, March 20 | Times vary | The Briscoe Western Art Museum, 210 W. Market St., San Antonio | $8-$14 | Enjoy extended museum hours for spring break through Monday, Mar. 20.
Cooking Demo | Thursday, Mar. 9 | 5 p.m. | Bella Groves, Inc., 3650 Westward Spur, Bulverde | $10 | Learn how to make mealtimes successful for people living with dementia — enjoying some meatloaf and garlic mashed potatoes while you’re at it.
Thursday Yoga | Thursday, Mar. 9 | 5:30-6:30 p.m. | The Good Kind Southtown, 1127 S. St. Mary’s St., San Antonio | Free | Bring your favorite mat and join instructor Stephanie Jane for yoga in the garden.
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Where can you get shrimp shumai, rainbow rolls, and fried chicken ramen? San Antonio’s newest ramen + sushi restaurant, of course. Yippon Ramen at 1518 Austin Hwy. is now open seven days a week. Pro tip: Follow them on Instagram for 5% off your next meal. 🍜
Meet The River Walk Business Group, a newly established organization dedicated to securing funding and identifying a long-term plan for the River Walk. Leadership includes several local CEOs and business leaders, all dedicated to ensuring the River Walk’s future as a top San Antonio destination. (San Antonio Business Journal)
Freebie alert. Get free admission to the San Antonio Museum of Art next Tuesday, March 14 in celebration of spring break. You can enter for free between 10 a.m. and 7 p.m., with family-friendly art activities available until 3 p.m. Just make sure to register in advance. 🎟️
Speaking of spring break... experts are predicting the busiest spring break season San Antonio International Airport has experienced in years. Think: 130,000 flyers. SAT recommends arriving early, checking your flight statusonline before you leave the house, and following the 3-1-1 liquids rule. ✈️
$175.9 million. That’s how much Microsoft plans to spend on a new 153,000-sqft expansion to its Bexar County data center. Think:New local jobs in data and IT. Construction will start this June and is expected to wrap up by fall of 2023. (San Antonio Business Journal)
Interested in signature cocktails, live music, and bites from 30+ local restaurants, all at the San Antonio Museum of Art? That’s right, we’re talking San Antonio Flavor 2023. Early bird tickets are now on sale for the Thursday, May 4 event. Grab ‘em before they’re gone. 🍽️
The Espada Aqueduct — a National Historic Landmark thought to be the oldest Spanish aqueduct in the US — recently received $290,000 worth of repairs from the National Park Service. The funding went towards clearing sediment + addressing cracks and leaks in the aqueduct. 🌊 (San Antonio Report)
Biomedical entrepreneurs: There’s $100,000 up for grabs in the new Bexar Bio pitch competition. Companies with a focus on medical devices, biotech, healthcare IT, or related fields are invited to give a five-minute pitch live in front of judges on Monday, May 1. See if you qualify.
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