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San Antonio LGBT Chamber of Commerce Networking Mixer

San Antonio LGBT Chamber of Commerce Networking Mixer

June 25, 6-8pm Free Luther’s Café, 1503 N. Main Ave. The San Antonio LGBT Chamber of Commerce hosts a Business After Hours Networking Mixer at Luther’s Café as part of the city’s month long Pride celebrations. Whether you are looking for new opportunities or just want to spread the word about your business, the


LGBTQ artists unite for Pride Center SA June 12, 8pm-midnight Free The Uptown Studio, 700 Fredericksburg Rd., The Uptown Studio brings together local, LGBTQ artists for a night of music and art aimed to unite and inform the community. All proceeds from the event benefit Pride Center San Antonio, a resource center for lesbian,

Brews and Blooms at San Antonio Botantical Garden

May 23, 6:30-10pm $22-$25 San Antonio Botanical Garden, 555 Funston Pl. (210) 207-3250, Spring is officially in full swing (rain, please stop) and warm weather is just around the corner. What better way to cool down then to sip a cold brew? San Antonio Botanical Garden’s hosts, in conjunction with San Antonio Cerveceros, their 3rd annual

San Antonio College’s Fredstock 2015

May 2, noon Free San Antonio College, Longwith Radio-TV-Film Building, 1300 San Pedro Ave. (210) 486-1380, San Antonio College’s Music Business Program presents Fredstock 2015, an annual music festival as well as an educational experience for students in the program. The one-day showcase provides students with the chance to learn how to put together a

Ballet San Antonio performs George Balanchine’s Donizetti Variations

March 27-28, 8pm Friday-Saturday, 2pm Sunday $29-$44 Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, 100 Auditorium Circle 210-223-8624, Ballet San Antonio closes out their successful 2014-2015 season with Balanchine at the company’s resident venue, the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts. The company performs Donizetti Variations, choreographed by the iconic George Balanchine, as part of the

The Color of Blind exhibition takes over Brick

March 21-22, 6:30pm Free Brick, 108 Blue Star (210) 262-8653, Curated by Trina Bacon, The Color of Blind provides guests with a unique experience where they can perceive art without actually being able to see it. The third annual interactive art show invites guests to touch, smell and taste the art, providing them with a

ONCE the musical at the Majestic

March 4-8, 2015 $41.75-$116.10 Majestic Theatre, 224 E. Houston St. (210) 226-3333,  Based on the 2006 Irish film of the same name and set in Dublin, Once follows a broken-hearted, street musician (Guy) who is close to giving up on his dreams when he meets a beautiful, Czech woman (Girl) who gives him inspiration.

A Valentine fundraiser for AtticRep: burlesque, love letters, more

6:30pm Saturday, February 14 Roosevelt Library, 311 Roosevelt (210) 738-1060, $150-$750 AtticRep presents a Valentine’s Day party with cocktails, dancing and dinner by Tim The Girl. All ticket purchases and donations benefit the AtticRep Theater Company, which continues to bring culturally significant productions to the community of San Antonio. AtticRep’s productions focus on contemporary

The Paul Taylor Dance Company at the Majestic

7:30pm Tuesday February 10 $29-$110 The Majestic Theatre, 224 E Houston, (210) 226-5700 Purchase tickets here Paul Taylor, known as one of the seminal choreographers of the 20th and 21st century, brings his dance company to San Antonio. Since 1954, Taylor has helped shaped American modern dance by creating 140 dances, which offer “cogent observations on