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May, 2021 Calendar
The Healing Arts Festival & Market Sunday, May 2nd from 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Featuring top notch holistic products and practitioners throughout the State of Texas, the Healing Arts Festival & Market will provide visitors with a chance to meet with experienced counselors to gain insight into healing and mindfulness while local vendors will showcase their products for sale consisting of Jewelry, Crafts, Photography, Native American Art and Organic Products. Also enjoy an Astrology and Numerology reading!
Location is at the Hilton Garden Inn San Antonio – Live Oak Conference Center, 8101 Pat Booker Road Live Oak, TX.
Admission and parking are free. Masks are encouraged!
Run This Mother 5K & Half Marathon Sunday, May 9th - Start times vary per race
Calling on all women and girls to join in on the celebration for all the grandmothers, mothers, aunts, daughters and females in your lives on this Mother’s Day 2021!
Runners can choose from a half marathon, 5k or kid’s fun run.
Special gifts will be distributed to the first 100 half marathoners as well as medals and goodie bags for all participants!
For more race information and to sign up, please visit https://runsignup.com/Race/Events/TX/SanAntonio/RunThisMother5k.
Classical Dance Performance - Bharatanatyam (Online) Wednesday, May 12th from 7:00 - 8:00 PM
Join this online event sponsored by the San Antonio Public Library celebrating Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month. The Kaveri Natya Dance Group will perform Bharantanatyam, classical Indian dances which incorporate not only music, but storytelling as well as it relates to a specific theme. Considered to be one of the most intricate and elaborate dance forms in the world, audience members will have an opportunity to participate in an interactive demonstration and Q&A following the dance performances.
Register early as space is very limited.
Getting Started with Genealogy Research (Online) Saturday, May 15th from 2:00 - 3:00 PM
As part of Older Americans Month, the San Antonio Public Library is hosting a wonderful online event for adults and seniors who are interested in discovering their family history and how to use the Ancestry.com database.
Pre-registration is required by going to https://eventactions.com/eareg.aspx?ea=Rsvp.
Donation & Dumping Day Saturday, May 15th from 8:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Come down early with your unwanted trash and clutter, as well as clean and gently used donations…big and small…to the Baptist Hospital parking lot, located at Madison Oak & Stone Oak Parkway…lines get long for this popular event!!
No hazardous wastes will be accepted.
Masks must be worn during all interactions with staff.
Film on the Green: Back to the Future - May 21st, 8:00 - 11:00 PM
Bring your lawn chair and blanket and join in on Marty McFly’s adventures as he travels “Back to the Future” in his time traveling Delorean…under the stars in the west courtyard at the San Antonio Museum of Art, 200 West Jones Avenue.
Food and adult beverages will be available for purchase.
Admission is free and first-come, first-served.
Film begins at sundown!
April, 2021 Calendar
“Movie Metal” presented by the San Antonio Museum of Art April 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th,10th and 11th at 10:00 am
Visitors will delight in displays that bring fan favorite movie characters and vehicles from popular films and television shows to life, including the famous Batmobile dating back to 1966, Tony Stark’s F-1 Race Car from Ironman 2 and 13 ½ foot statues, made with recycled scrap metal and non-toxic materials, from the iconic Transformers movie franchise.
Location is 200 W. Jones Avenue, San Antonio.
Call 210-978-8100 with any questions or concerns.
Breakfast With the Bunny - April 3rd, 8:00 am to 11:00 am
Bring the family down to the Hard Rock Cafe in San Antonio, located at 111 W. Crockett Street, to take photos with the Easter Bunny and enjoy a scrumptious breakfast buffet to ring in the Easter holiday weekend!
Maximum of 8 guests per table and each table will be placed 6 feet apart.
Purchase tickets at: https://www.opentable.com/hard-rock-cafe-san-antonio
The Classic Theatre of San Antonio Presents “Antigone” April 8th, 9th, 11th, 15th, 16th, 18th, 22nd, 23rd, 25th at 7:30 pm
(Due to the pandemic, please check ahead of time regarding any performance cancellations.)
Bring your chair and/or blanket (masks are required) to the San Antonio Botanical Garden, 555 Fungsten Place, and enjoy a beautiful thought provoking performance which will leave audiences pondering what elements in their lives are worth dying for and what actions would be taken if faced with a choice of doing what our belief system tells us is right as opposed to what society dictates.
Antigone is the story of a sister who has to make a heart wrenching decision after both of her beloved brothers die in battle while fighting for the kinship of Thebes. After their tragic deaths, their Uncle Creon becomes the successor and demands that one brother be buried while the other should be left on the battlefield. Antigone must choose to either follow her heart and her conscience or face death herself.
Ticket prices are $24-$39 and can be purchased by going to https://www.classictheatre.org/shows/antigone/
9th Annual San Antonio Book Festival - April 9th to 11th (Virtual)
Join the first online event for a chance to meet over 175 authors from a wide variety of literary genres. This free and open to the public event, originally developed back in 2013, gives readers and authors the opportunity to participate together in scheduled events throughout the day. If you’re a bookworm and avid reader, this event is not to be missed! Visit https://sabookfestival.org/online-edition/ for schedule and registration information.
Fiesta Fest 2021 - April 10th, 8:45 am to 9:00 pm
Rescheduled due to a winter event back in February, Fiesta Fest will again take place at Six Flags San Antonio, located at 17000 W IH 10. Enjoy select rides & games at this event sponsored by ACEers (American Coaster Enthusiasts) which is open to both members and non-members.
For ticket information, please log onto https://acesouthcentral.ticketleap.com/ff21-apr/.
Wynonna Judd in Concert - April 16th-18th Doors open at 8:00 pm
(Due to the pandemic, please check ahead of time regarding any performance cancellations.)
Gruene Hall, the oldest dance hall in Texas, will be set up with 33 tables inside and 39 tables in the beer garden for an intimate concert featuring multi-award winning country singer, Wynonna Judd.
Location is 1281 Gruene Road in New Braunfels, less than an hour to the northeast of Stone Oak.
Tickets are $200-$630 per table and can be purchased at https://pages.e2ma.net/pages/1892456/28049
Siesta Half Marathon - Sunday, April 25th
As part of the Texas Hill Country Race Series, this event offers runners an opportunity to participate in a 5k, 10k or half marathon along the Riverwalk in downtown San Antonio. Registration includes technical t-shirts, adult beverages and snacks. Race will be limited to 100-500 participants.
For registration information and entry fees, please visit: https://raceroster.com/events/2021/31890/siesta-half-marathon-131-10k-and-5k?aff=FZ4HS
March, 2021 Calendar
12th Annual Ian’s Cup - Friday, March 5th
Ian Fincke was a 16 year old boy from Stone Oak who tragically passed away in 2008 from an injury sustained in a skateboard accident. Ian’s Foundation was formed in his memory to help promote safety practices among San Antonio youth through helmet safety talks in local schools and a helmet safety campaign which has a current goal to provide youth with 3,000 helmets in 2021.
This year’s event will take place at the Blossom Athletic Center, located at 12002 Jones Maltsberger Road in San Antonio, with two soccer games in honor of Ian’s passion for the sport. The RHS and JHS girl’s game will kick off at 5 pm with the boy’s game following at 7 pm. The Ian’s Cup trophy will be awarded to the winner with the highest aggregate score. Four scholarships will also be awarded after the games to well deserving high school students.
For more information about this upcoming event or to support this incredible organization, please visit www.IansFoundation.org.
Run the Alamo - Saturday, March 6th
Come on down to Alamo Plaza with your running shoes and begin this year’s half marathon & relay race through historic downtown San Antonio with an iconic finish at the famous Alamo!
For more info and race registration, visit https://www.alamo131.com/.
San Antonio Job Fair - Monday, March 15th from 11 am-2 pm
Sponsored by Diversity X, this virtual event is intended to aid in connecting minority candidates with employers who value more diversity in the workplace.
This online format is designed to explore job openings by industry and interview one-on-one with hiring managers, potentially getting hired on the spot!
For registration information, go to https://www.eventbrite.hk/d/tx–san-antonio/technology-conference/.
Bank of America Shamrock Shuffle (Virtual) -
Friday, March 19th to Sunday, March 21st
Participants can choose from an 8K, 2 Mile Walk or The Mile. Submit results for one of these distances from March 19th-21st and be sure that it is a continuous run or walk!
For more information, please visit https://www.shamrockshuffle.com/.
Princess Ball - March 27th from 3-4:30 pm
Fathers, Grandfathers, Uncles or Mentors…escort your princess (K thru 6th grade) to the Cornerstone Church at 18755 Stone Oak Pkwy, San Antonio for a fairyland adventure which will include:
– Dancing in the Ballroom
– Chocolate! Candy! Ice Cream!
– Princess Tea Party
– Hair & Nail Salon…and of course…
– Slime Creation!!
Royal or casual attire is welcome!
Ticket price is $10 and visit https://sacornerstone.brushfire.com/events/491684 for reservations.
February, 2021 Calendar
Stone Oak /San Antonio Virtual Networking Luncheon “New Year…New Money Strategies” sponsored by Women Helping Women 2 Network – Feb 11th from 11 am-12 pm
Join this virtual networking luncheon and learn management, budgeting and accounting practices to further support your business from Jeanette Andrada, an accounting strategist who will be the guest speaker.
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 894 1513 8034
+1 346 248 7799 US (Houston)
San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo – February 11th thru February 28th
Strap on your chaps & spurs and come on down to the 72nd Annual Stock Show & Rodeo at the Freeman Coliseum, 3201 E Houston St, San Antonio! Activities will include rodeo performances and competitions, as well as post rodeo concerts featuring Asleep at the Wheel, Roger Creager, Ned LeDoux, Randall King and T.G. Sheppard. Rodeo performances begin at 7 pm Monday thru Saturday and 4 pm on Sunday.
Due to Covid concerns, there will be no carnival or fair this year, unfortunately.
For ticket information, log onto https://www.sarodeo.com/p/buy-tickets.
“No Ocean Between Us”: Art of Asian Diasporas in Latin America & the Caribbean, 1945–Present” at the San Antonio Museum of Art – February 12th thru May 9th 2021
(Due to concerns regarding Covid 19, please check to be sure this event isn’t cancelled or postponed)
This spectacular exhibition will feature modern and contemporary artwork from a variety of Latin American and Caribbean artists of Asian descent and will include painters, printmakers, installation and video artists. Visitors will be presented with a better understanding of the complex cultural diversity and various global forces that helped shape the course of Asian migration from China, Japan, India and Indonesia to Latin America and the Caribbean and how this migration influenced their artwork.
Museum is located at 200 W. Jones Avenue, San Antonio (210) 978-8100.
Tickets are free-$20.
Check out: https://www.samuseum.org/artwork/exhibition/nooceanbetweenus/ for more information.
Galentine’s Paint Party – February 12th from 6:30-9:30 pm
Hosted by the Cornerstone Church, 18755 Stone Oak Parkway, San Antonio. Tickets include supplies, a special dessert surprise and a Galentine photo booth.
Ticket price is $25 – register early due to limited seating!
No childcare will be available for this event.
For registration information, visit: https://sacornerstone.brushfire.com/events/492654.
A Taco Tour of Texas – February 25th from 7:00-9:30 pm
Copa Wine Bar, located at 19141 Stone Oak Parkway in San Antonio, will be offering an all inclusive dinner for just $60 per person and will feature delicious fare from across the Lone Star state. This is not to be missed!
Call 210-495-2672 for reservations as seating is limited.
For a look at the incredible taco menu, check out:
“Selena Forever/Siempre Selena”, presented by the McNay Art Museum – Select Dates & Times February thru July 2021
(Due to Covid concerns, please check with the museum to be sure the event is open. Event times vary per day.)
Selena Quintanilla-Pérez was a legendary 90’s icon and a Texas native who was tragically killed at the age of 23 during the height of her career. A series of photographs will be presented by award winning San Antonio photographer, John Dyer, which originally appeared on the cover of Más Magazine in 1992, as well as Texas Monthly in 1995.
Tickets to the exhibit are included with general admission.
Museum location is 6000 N. New Braunfels Avenue, San Antonio.
For more information, check out: https://www.mcnayart.org/exhibitions/current/selena-forever-siempre-selena
Shrek The Musical, Jr. – February 25th thru February 27th
The Warrior Theatre Company presents an entertaining rendition of the Oscar winning animation film about an ogre named Shrek and a crew of fairytale misfits on a quest to rescue Princess Fiona from evil Lord Farquaad. Shrek, Jr. is part fairytale and part romance with a meaningful message for the entire family about love and acceptance.
Cornerstone Church Praise Center
18755 Stone Oak Parkway, San Antonio
Performance times are 7:00-8:30 pm with a special afternoon performance for younger audiences on Saturday, February 27th from 2:00-3:30 pm which will also include a pre-show character meet and greet, face painting, crafts and snacks.
To purchase tickets, log onto: www.sa-ccs.org/event/2020-2021/fine-arts-events/2-25-27-21-shrek-the-musical-jr
January, 2021 Calendar
Life in the Secret Annex (Virtual lecture sponsored by the San Antonio Public Library) – January 7th from 7:00-8:00 PM
Holocaust scholar, Gene Festa, will describe the daily life of Anne Frank and her family as they hid in a secret annex to avoid deportation to a concentraion camp during the Nazi occupation in the Netherlands.
Registration is required and a zoom link will be sent via email prior to the event. Sign up here: www.mysapl.org/Events-News/Events-Calendar?trumbaEmbed=view%3Devent%26eventid%3D149984639
River Road Run (5k, 10k, Half Marathon) – January 9th
Get your running shoes on and your heart pumping with an exhilarating 5k, 10k or 13.1 mile run through scenic Texas Hill country. Race begins at Canyon Lake and heads toward River Road with an out and back route.
Participant size is 100-500 people with a virtual option as well.
Additional race details and registration information can be found here: raceroster.com/events/2021/29063/2021-river-road-run-half-marathon-131-10k-and-5k-run?aff=FZ4HS
Isolation in Wobbelin Concentration Camp (Virtual lecture sponsored by the San Antonio Public Library) – January 13th from 7:00-8:00 PM
Dr. Roger Barnes, a professor of Sociology at the University of Incarnate Word, will present his haunting experience of isolation and starvation at the Wobbelin Concentration Camp in Germany during the Holocaust as part of “The Holocaust: Learn and Remember” series.
Registration is required and a zoom link will be sent via email before the event. Sign up here: www.mysapl.org/Events-News/Events-Calendar?trumbaEmbed=view%3Devent%26eventid%3D149984621
MLK Day Block Party – January 18th from 1:00-6:00 PM
Bring the entire family to the 1600 block of E. Commerce in San Antonio for a socially distanced event featuring live music, food trucks and more to celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King!
Middle School Winter Camp 2021 – January 22nd to 24th
Cornerstone Youth invites all middle school students to join in this incredible experience at the Tarpley Retreat Center for a weekend of friendship and worship.
Cost is $45 and early registration is encouraged by either calling (210) 490-1600 or registering online at https://sacornerstone.brushfire.com/events/488999.
OrigamiintheGarden – Every day thru May 8, 2021
from 9:00 AM-7:00 PM
Come on down to the San Antonio Botanical Garden at 555 Funston Place to enjoy this unique outdoor sculpture exhibit presented by American artists, Kevin and Jennifer Box. By using museum-quality metals, these artists were able to demonstrate the delicate nature of origami that can be created by folding a single piece of paper into a multitude of images, such as soaring birds, galloping ponies and floating boats.
CDC guidelines for Covid-19 will be strictly adhered to.
Tickets cost $15 (free for members) and can be ordered online by going to www.sabot.org.
Call (210) 536-1400 with any additional questions.
LocalSprout Midweek Market – Every Wednesday from 5:00-8:00 PM
This free weekly indoor market features vendors from throughout San Antonio offering local fare ranging from fresh produce, coffee and sauces to baked goods, pickles and chili. Each week, farmers and chefs will offer an educational class that will focus on the art of raising and preparing excellent food.
Location is at the LocalSprout Food Hub at 503 Chestnut Street in San Antonio.
Visit www.localsprout.com for more information.
December, 2020 Calendar
Christmas Spectacular - December 13th from 6:30-8:00 pm
Come join family & friends at the festive “Cornerstone Family Christmas” concert presented by the Cornerstone Church. Singers & musicians will present beautiful
Christmas songs followed by hot chocolate, cookies, hay rides, LED Seesaws (open all week), petting zoo and tamales!
A Very Electric Christmas - December 20th at 3:00 pm & 6:00 pm
(socially distanced performances – narration in English & Spanish)
Lightwire Theatre presents the story of a young bird named Max who, along with his family, begin their journey south for the winter, but end up at the North Pole. This family event will entertain people of all ages! Location is at the Freeman Coliseum.
Santa’s Ranch - November 6th thru January 3rd
Just a half hour drive from Stone Oak to New Braunfels, this drive-thru Christmas light park is one of the best in the entire state of Texas with over 1.5 million lights. Enjoy a cup of hot cocoa and a bag of kettle corn while driving down country roads featuring spectacular Christmas lights and animated displays.
2020 District 9 Holiday Tour of Lights
Blue Ribbon & Prize awarded to:
– Best Home Light Display
– Best Themed Yard Display
– Best Overall Holiday Display
Whataburger Zoo Lights (“A Starry Safari”) at the San Antonio Zoo -
November 20th to January 3rd
The San Antonio Zoo transforms itself in the evenings to a winter wonderland filled with festive music and encapsulating light displays that are sure to get anyone into the holiday spirit. Enjoy hot cocoa, s’mores and decorated cookies while visiting Santa Claus and viewing life size illuminated animals from the savanna. A Latin-inspired Lakeside Lightshow will get everyone up and dancing under the stars!
General admission includes all light displays. Visit www.sazoo.org for details and price information.
Stone Oak POA Board Meeting - December 16th
This will be a virtual meeting. For more information, please call the office at 210-858-8508.
The Stars at Night Half - December 19th
Run a 5k, 10k, half marathon or relay under the evening stars followed by a post race party illuminated by holiday lights. Event helps to raise money for the underprivileged of San Antonio.
Registration is required and is recommended early.
Ford Holiday Boat Caroling - December 3rd thru December 22nd
Charter a private caroling boat or just relax at one of the numerous restaurants along the San Antonio River Walk and enjoy the hourly Christmas carols performed by over 185 different groups each evening surrounded by Christmas lights.
Friday Happy Hour Yoga - December 18th from 5:30-6:30 pm
Relax and unwind from a busy week in the garden at The Good Kind Southtown, 1127 S St Mary’s Street San Antonio! FREE yoga class following Happy Hour from 3-6 pm featuring 1/2 price appetizers, $3 wells, and $8 Southclaws.
November, 2020 Calendar
The pandemic continues to limit available activities, but we’ve collected a few events to give you a bit of an escape. Everything listed here is virtual, within Stone Oak, or a short drive away.
Tejas Rodeo 7:30pm - 9:00pm (November 7, 14, 21, 28)
Make the 10-minute drive from Stone Oak to Bulverde to enjoy the rodeo! November is the final month of rodeo activities at Tejas Rodeo Company during this calendar year. If you don’t go in November, you’ll have to wait until they re-open in March.
The rodeo is family-friendly and includes the following traditional rodeo events:
- Bull Riding
- Team Roping
- Barrel Racing
- Breakaway Roping
- Calf Roping
Tejas Rodeo features award-winning dining along with live music from 9pm – 1am.
San Antonio Public Library's Pooch Parade
Submission deadline – November 14th
It’s time for you and your dog to get dressed up and have a chance to win some great prizes. Send anywhere from 3-5 or your dog (and possibly you as well) in order to be eligible to win.
Submission deadline – November 14th
- Best San Antonio or Fiesta Flair
- Most Creative / Best Handmade Costume
- Best Human/Floof Duo Costume
Winners announced – December 4th. Winners will receive a pooch parade prize basket and swag bag.
Coffee and Zoom with District 9 Councilman John Courage
November 21st from 10-11am
Free Community Workout at Crossfit Optimistic
16675 Huebner Rd #207 (Just north of Bitters Rd about 1/2 mile south of the 1604 Loop)
November 7th at 9AM
9th Annual YMCA Turkey Trot
It’s Back! The races this year will be both in-person and virtual. If you wish to attend the in-person race, you’ll want to register early as there is limited capacity. There is a 5K and a 10K, and there is also a 1-mile trail walk.
You can also participate virtually – anywhere you’d like to run or walk – between November 20th and November 29th.
Fall Family Fun Nights on the Field at the YMCA
Reservations are required in order to be compliant with city safety guidelines
- November 6th – YMCA at O.P. Schanbel Park
- November 13th – Mays Family YMCA Stone Oak
- November 20th – Cibolo Youth Sports Complex