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Posted: March 22, 2016

Weekend Fun



San Antonio Film Festival, Thursday-Sunday, Tobin Center and The Pearl

Running through Sunday, the festival features everything from indie shorts from local talent to Saturday’s screening of “Hell or High Water”, the first time the festival will host the local premiere of a major studio production. There’s something for everybody, with flicks verying from horror to drama to even the first ever kids' film festival, which runs through Saturday at the Pearl Full Goods Building. Thursday-Sunday, Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, 100 Auditorium Circle. $10-$15 individual screenings, $99 Friday-Sunday pass. 210-885-5888

Texas Comicon, Friday-Sunday, San Antonio Event Center

The seventh annual comics and pop-culture showcase continues its spin around the old TV dial. Meet the likes of Erik Estrada and Richard Hatch from those late ’70s shows “CHiPs” and the original “Battlestar Galactica,” respectively, along with high-kicking Power Rangers Steve Cardenas and Yoshi Sudarso, and everyone’s favorite Klingon without the makeup, Michael Dorn, aka Worf from “Star Trek: The Next Generation.” There’s even Larry “The Soup Nazi” Thomas, because why not. Comic-book talents include “Wonder Woman ’77” artist Matt Haley and illustrator David Michael Beck. Noon-9 p.m. Friday, 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Saturday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Sunday, San Antonio Event Center, 8111 Meadow Leaf Drive. At the door: $20-$30 single day, $30-$45 two days, $35-$55 three days. $15 military appreciation today.

Mozart Festival, Friday-Sunday, University of the Incarnate Word

Word on the street is that that Mozart fellow  was pretty adept at stringing notes together. With the help of guests stars, the University of the Incarnate Word’s Mozart Festival Texas will demonstrate that notion via five concerts spanning two weekends. His Serenade in C Minor will be featured today; his “Jeunehomme” Concerto, Saturday, and four piano sonatas Sunday. Featured pianists are Toby Blumenthal, today; Younggun Kim, Saturday and Rick Rowley, Sunday. The fest continues Aug. 5-6. 8 p.m. Friday-Saturday, 3 p.m. Sunday, Concert Hall, University of the Incarnate Word, 4301 Broadway. Individual concerts $25-$30, festival pass, $85. 210-829-3852,

Blood Drive

Praise Cathedral Church of God 5895 Binz Engleman 8:00AM-1:00PM

Balcones Heights Jazz Festival - USAF Band of the West (Opener); 3rd Force (Headliner) 7:30 PM

Wonderland of the Americas Amphitheater 4522 Fredericksburg Rd. 

Mozart Festival Texas 2016 8:00PM

UIW Concert Hall 4301 Broadway St 

Tanya Tucker, Friday, River Road Ice House, New Braunfels 9pm

Balcones Heights Jazz Festival, Friday, Wonderland of the Americas 7pm FREE

Date night, Friday, San Antonio Museum of Art 7pm $20.00



Blood Drive

Church of Jesus Christ LDS: Iron Horse Way 13153 Iron Horse Way 9:00AM

South Texas Blood & Tissue Center 11:00AM

Bark in the Park
Join the Alzheimer's Association on Saturday, July 30th from 8:30 AM to 10:30 AM at Maverick Park (Dog Park), 1000 Broadway, for our first ever Bark in the Park event at Maverick Park! FREE donuts & coffee! Show your purple spirit & dress your furry friend! Dog shirts, bowls and Frisbees will be available for a donation - all benefitting the Walk to End Alzheimer's! Big Dawgs Training and behavior will be offering on sight demonstrations. For questions, contact Michelle (210) 822-6449 ext. 8107 Bark in the Park

Back to School Wellness & Community Resource Fair 9:00AM

Guadalupe Community Center1801 W. Cesar E. Chaves Blvd.

The Trinity Market-farmers market 10:00am

Mozart Festival Texas 2016 8pm

UIW Concert Hall 4301 Broadway St 

Pat Green/Cory Morrow, Saturday, Whitewater Amphitheatre, Canyon Lake 7:30pm



Blood Drive

MacArthur Park Church of Christ 1907 NE Loop 410 8:30AM

Universal City United Methodist Church 90 Winn St. Universal City, TX 9:00AM

Mozart Festival Texas 2016

UIW Concert Hall 4301 Broadway St 




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