Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City ISD Voters to Choose Among Inmon, Azzoz, and Huff for School Board

Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City ISD Voters to Choose Among Inmon, Azzoz, and Huff in 2017 School Board Election | San Antonio Charter Moms

Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City ISD (SCUC) is the only independent school district in the San Antonio area with a contested school board election on November 7, 2017. The SCUC election is an opportunity to gain insight into local voters feel about education issues,… Continue Reading

San Antonio Botanical Garden Opens New Areas to Visitors

San Antonio Botanical Garden Opens New Areas to Visitors | San Antonio Charter Moms

Beginning Saturday, October 21, 2017, San Antonio families will be able to enjoy new areas of the San Antonio Botanical Garden. Work has been underway for an eight-acre expansion that includes a new entrance, a welcome center, an expanded gift… Continue Reading

CLOSED [Giveaway] Family pack of tickets to DISCOVER Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto with the San Antonio Symphony at the Tobin Center

UPDATE: This giveaway is now closed.   Classical music helps me set aside my day-to-day concerns and to think big thoughts. I want my kids to experience that feeling, too, and that’s why we are looking forward to DISCOVER Tchaikovsky… Continue Reading

[Giveaway] G.N. and F.T. review Holiday Pops with the San Antonio Symphony at the Tobin Center

UPDATE: Leave a comment by Sunday, December 28 to enter to win a pair of tickets to New Year’s Eve at the Tobin Center—more information below. Over the weekend, I went to Holiday Pops with the San Antonio Symphony at the Tobin… Continue Reading

CLOSED [Giveaway] Family pack of tickets to Holiday Pops with the San Antonio Symphony

UPDATE: This giveaway is now closed. Classical music is an important part of my family’s holiday traditions. Over Thanksgiving weekend, my family and I went to see Ballet San Antonio‘s The Nutcracker with the San Antonio Symphony at the Tobin… Continue Reading

F.T. and G.N. review Ballet San Antonio's "Nutcracker" with the San Antonio Symphony

This year, we continued our family tradition of going to Ballet San Antonio‘s The Nutcracker with the San Antonio Symphony. We thoroughly enjoyed last year’s performance at the Majestic Theatre (earlier post), but this year’s move to the Tobin Center has… Continue Reading

Summer escape: Fairytale Fiesta exhibit at the Witte Museum

How will you escape the heat this summer? Two of my favorite ways are swimming in the pool and going to air-conditioned museums. The Witte Museum has plenty of air conditioning, as well as free covered parking in the shady Brackenridge Park garage. And, to… 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

“Animal Amigos!” and “Black & Blanco” complete the ArteKids bilingual board book series

Last month, Trinity University Press released Animal Amigos! and Black & Blanco, the final installments of the five-book ArteKids series. These colorful, bilingual board books feature art from the San Antonio Museum of Art. I am looking forward to sharing the new books… Continue Reading