Explore your artsy side at local galleries or take part in a spooky ghost tour along the streets of San Antonio. Check out the top five things to do in the Alamo City this weekend.
Friday, November 6
Blue Star Contemporary presents "Please Form a Straight Line" opening day
Check out the debut of group exhibition “Please Form a Straight Line” at Blue Star Contemporary. This mixed-media show focuses on current events and includes works by artists Jamal Cryus, Frances Lightbound, Jorge Villarreal, and others. Following opening weekend, the exhibition will remain on display through May 9, 2021.
Presa House presents Ashley Perez: "Prey for Us" opening day
Get a first look at the newest Presa House solo exhibition, “Prey for Us,” by San Antonio artist Ashley Perez. Using symbolic imagery, Perez focuses this exhibition on the theme of forgiveness and its impact on human relationships. A 360-degree virtual tour of the exhibition along with individual works are available for viewing on the Presa House website. The exhibition will remain on view at the gallery by appointment through November 28.
RJA presents San Antonio Historical Ghost Tours
Halloween might be over, but the spooky vibes going when you take a walking ghost tour of the most haunted places in the Alamo City. Guests can learn about San Antonio folklore and legends while experiencing some of the most paranormal sites in South Texas firsthand. Book a tour with a few friends online now.
Saturday, November 7
San Antonio Botanical Garden presents Viva Botanica
The San Antonio Botanical Garden hosts a day of family-friendly fun — including culinary tastings, performances, activities, and more. Guests are encouraged to bring their own chairs and blankets. Food and beverages will be available for purchase to keep the entire family fueled up in the fresh air. Get additional event information and review the safety guidelines on the garden website.
Anuja SA presents 12th Annual Diwali SA Festival of Lights
Celebrate the culture and traditions of India from the safety and comfort of home at the Diwali SA Festival of Lights. Highlights of the virtual event include online shopping, trunk shows, live painting, Indian cooking demonstrations, and more. Admission is free and can be accessed on the festival website.