The Point Park & Eats – Maker’s Market
When: Saturday, October 14, 2017, 5 pm – 9 pm
Where: 24188 Boerne Stage Road, San Antonio, Texas
A hidden gem in the heart of the San Antonio community of Leon Springs adjacent to Leon Creek and surrounded by beautiful shady oak trees, rugged landscaping and a charming 1940’s rock cottage. With a little TLC, tears, family support, tons of patience, a few stumbling blocks and lots of imagination The Point opened the family owned and operated park in March 2012. Since that time they have tapped 1000’s of craft beers, worked with many local and regional craft breweries and over 100 food trucks from San Antonio and the surrounding Hill Country area.
Pecan Fest Heritage Days
When: Saturday, October 28, 2017, 10 am – 5 pm
Where: Seguin, Texas
The annual Pecan Fest Heritage Days celebrates the Seguin’s famous nut and the rural heritage and cultures of the community. Family-friendly and spanning across several different venues, this festival is the chance to take a scenic autumn stroll through downtown Seguin and enjoy all things pecan-related. Activities include a pub crawl, shopping at 90 vendors located in downtown, celebrate our rural heritage at the Red Barn, make arts and crafts at Teatro de Artes, and so much more.
Garten Mercado at Cactus Land Brewing
When: Saturday, November 4, 2017, 3 pm – 9 pm
Where: 368 County Road 325, Adkins, Texas 78101
Cactus Land Brewing Company owners Dustin and Erica Teague began their career in the craft brewing industry in 2016. After winning several homebrewing competitions and designing award winning recipes for several years, their dream of turning their passion into a commercial brewery has come true. Located in the beautiful rolling hills of Adkins, Texas. Cactus Land Brewing Co. is in the heart of south Texas.
San Antonio Museum of Art – Museum Shop Holiday Fair
When: Saturday, December 2, 2017, 10:30 am – 5 pm
Where: 200 West Jones Avenue, San Antonio, TX 78215
The mission of the San Antonio Museum of Art is to collect, preserve, exhibit and interpret significant works of art representing a broad range of history
and world cultures. In accordance with the highest professional standards, the Museum holds these collections for the benefit of the community and future generations. It is the Museum’s responsibility to educate and engage diverse audiences, provide transformational experiences, strengthen our shared understanding of humanity, and encourage a sense of wonder and discovery.
The Museum conducts more than 500 guided tours annually and provides approximately 400 educational programs each year. Programs include lectures, concerts, films, children’s workshops, scholarly symposia, family art activities and special exhibitions.