It’s important to take time to relax! This weekend, celebrate Halloween early, blow bubbles, and check out jazzy art. Plus, a museum deal, a free Shakespeare play, and a tour of the Louvre!
As Always: Stay Strong, San Antonio!
-Kim & Michelle

Summerween in San Antonio

It’s never too early to get spooky! This weekend, local drive-in Rooftop at Fiesta Texas is bringing the treats with six beloved halloween flicks. Not only that, but they will host a car costume contest before each screening! Plus, you can bring your own snacks, or purchase them at the venue. Summerween lasts August 14th- August 16th. Dress up, trick out your trunk, and treat yourself!

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Bubble Trouble 

Earlier this year, Ruby City had to postpone their annual Bubblefest due to the pandemic. With quarantine still going strong, Ruby City has made it possible for your kids to attend while keeping you safe. The exclusive online event will feature fun DIY bubble themed tutorials and activities while encouraging your kids to get outside. Plus, you’ll be able to interact with other attendees and post photos if you choose! Enjoy bubbles from your own personal bubble this Saturday, 9:00 am–5:00 pm.

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Jazzed about Art?

This weekend marks the end of the Matisse exhibit at the McNay. Henri Matisse published his magnum opus ‘Jazz’ in 1947, a collection of writing and art that would come to be his most well known works. The artist himself was bedridden with cancer at this time, and unable to to create art like he once did. The artist refused to give up his passion, and thus created some of the most influential works of the 20th century. Check out the exhibit before it’s gone for good! Matisse’s Jazz is open until Sunday, August 16th.

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More Activities

Locals Day At Brisco Museum

Free Online Performance of King Lear

Virtual Louvre Tour