[Alamo City Moms Blog] Briscoe Western Art Museum and Alien Worlds and Androids at the Witte Museum

This month, I have two new posts at Alamo City Moms Blog: reviews of the Briscoe Western Art Museum and the new Alien Worlds and Androids exhibit at the Witte Museum. “The Briscoe Western Art Museum: Continuing the Rodeo Spirit”, Inga Cotton, Alamo City… Continue Reading

CLOSED [Giveaway] Create the school you want: Homeschooling

UPDATE: This giveaway is now closed. Last night’s fortune cookie said, “Don’t pursue happiness—create it.” How timely. My friends and I are stressing out about charter school lotteries, as discussed in yesterday’s post. We are making backup plans and talking about… Continue Reading

[Gallery] Holiday lights and landmarks on the San Antonio Riverwalk

Holiday lights on the San Antonio Riverwalk | San Antonio Charter Moms

Yesterday, I grabbed my kids, our friends and their out-of-town relative, and my pocket camera, and set out to enjoy the holiday lights along the San Antonio Riverwalk. Go be a tourist in your own city and enjoy this unique San… Continue Reading

[Gallery] Holidays in Bloom at the San Antonio Botanical Garden

The San Antonio Botanical Garden is decorated for the season with the Holidays in Bloom exhibit. This year’s decorations use more natural materials, like burlap and pine cones. There’s a great photo op at the tall, glittery Christmas tree on the path between… Continue Reading

[Alamo City Moms Blog] Science education for young children at the San Antonio Children’s Museum

STEM education (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) is a hot topic these days. Teens can build interdisciplinary skills through competitions in robotics and cybersecurity, but what opportunities are there in San Antonio for younger children to get excited about science?… Continue Reading

[Gallery] BOOtanica! Fall Festival at the San Antonio Botanical Garden

  The BOOtanica! Fall Festival is going on today at the San Antonio Botanical Garden. Here are some highlights from our visit: Hanging out with friends in Halloween costumes Touching snakes, courtesy of the South Texas Herpetology Association Playing with bugs and grubs, including… Continue Reading