The Magik Theatre presents Charlotte’s Web. Adapted from the book by E.B. White, a wise and kind-hearted spider named Charlotte hatches a plan to save a lovable pig named Wilbur. Charlotte’s Web runs through July 3rd with performances on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays. Show times and tickets are available on the Magik Theatre website.
Protect the ones you love. Get a vaccination. The Alamo Colleges/University Health vaccination site at St. Philip’s College, 1801 Martin Luther King Drive, will receive more vaccines May 17th for first vaccinations on the first floor of the Center for Learning Resources Building. Open 8am to 5pm, Monday through Friday appointments from 8-3, walk-ins accepted from 3pm to 5pm. Make an appointment at WeCanDoItSA.com
The San Antonio Public Library presents Noh and the Mask in Motion. This virtual event features members of Theatre Nohgaku discussing the beautiful, haunting, and sometimes terrifying masks of noh, including a selection of performance videos. Noh and the Mask in Motion is Friday, May 21 at 5pm. Information and registration is on the events page of the San Antonio Public Library website.
The San Antonio Public Library celebrates Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. Online virtual events highlight Asian Pacific dance, art, and music and registration is required for all events. A full list of events and registration for Asian Pacific American Heritage Month is on the events page of the San Antonio Public Library website.
Resurgence, an exhibit by artists documenting social changes from within their home studios. Their new realities serve as an artistic marker to identify the past, the present and eventually, a Post-Pandemic Art World. Resurgence is on display at the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center, open Tuesdays through Thursdays from 12pm to 5pm. More information is online at the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center website.
The NASA Community College Aerospace Scholars program builds a diverse future STEM workforce by engaging two-year degree seeking students in authentic learning experiences. This program consists of a five-week online course, followed by a four-day engineering design workshop at a NASA center. Application information is available on NASA's STEM Engagement website.
The City of San Antonio Parks and Recreation Department is offering students access to Virtual Learning Hubs at 4 community centers. The Virtual Learning Hubs will provide internet access and a lunch to students in Elementary, Middle and High School. Registration is required and students must be 6 years of age or older. Information and registration is on the City of San Antonio Parks and Recreation website.
The Fiber Artists of San Antonio is a non-profit organization committed to maintaining and advancing fiber as an art form. Connecting Threads in Covid Times highlights the work of 33 local fiber artists. The exhibition features art quilts, wearable garments, sculptural fiber art and more. “Connecting Threads in Covid Times” runs through the end of June on the Fiber Artists of San Antonio website.
The City of San Antonio is collaborating with some of the Bexar County vaccine distribution sites to keep the community informed about the release of COVID-19 vaccines. Residents can sign up to receive text notifications about COVID-19 vaccination availability. Individuals who decide to opt-in, can text VACCINE to 55000,or VACUNA to 55000 for updates in Spanish. Details are on the City of San Antonio's COVID-19 website.
The City of San Antonio website has up to date information on COVID 19. San Antonio residents can look up testing sites, register for vaccination, and get information on assistance programs. Details are on the City of San Antonio COVID-19 website. San Antonio residents without internet access can reach out via the City of San Antonio COVID-19 Hotline at 210-207-5779.
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