Featured Events

December 1, 2017

Mission Road Shindig

Situated on the titular street, Mission Road Ministries cares for more than 800 individuals with intellectual developmental disabilities (IDD), providing the support they need to achieve their full potential for independence, productivity and inclusion in the community. Their fundraising efforts include the Grand Western Shindig, a yearly themed gathering that regularly raises hundreds of thousands […]

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November 28, 2017

A Conversation With A Living Legend

A Conversation With a Living Legend® originated in North Texas in 1990 with a live interview concept aimed not only to entertain but also to increase awareness of The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center while raising funds to support its mission to end cancer. The event’s successful format has generated a total of […]

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November 16, 2017

Brighton Center Best Night Ever

Best Night Ever is one of Brighton Center’s newest fundraising initiatives, a cocktail reception and dinner hosted by the Witte Museum. We were able to chat with one of its newest board members, Meriel Bowman, to get the scoop on this year’s gala. SAS: Can you give us some information on the Brighton Center and […]

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November 13, 2017

Tablescapes

Tablescapes is the primary fundraiser for the San Antonio Kappa Alumnae Association. Each year, we make a sizeable donation to a local charity. This year, Tablescapes will be held at the San Antonio Country Club on November 13-14, 2017. A Wine and Cheese Reception will be held Monday evening and the table viewing and luncheon will […]

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November 9, 2017

Zoobilation Ball

Following this year’s Zoobilation Ball, guests are invited to stay for the official Zoo Ball After Party where they will be joined by Zoomers, the zoo’s young professional group. The exclusive after party is from 9:30 p.m. – 12:00 a.m. So, don your black tie or ball gown and join us for food, drinks and […]

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November 2, 2017

Kabuki Pop

The arts are, let’s face it, terribly underappreciated in this day and age. The Southwest School of Art, situated on Augusta Street, fills an invaluable need by offering aspiring artists the resources and education to truly thrive in their field of choice via their new Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) program.   Those looking to […]

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October 28, 2017

Catrina Ball at Central Library

Libraries aren’t quite dead yet, but that doesn’t mean they can’t fake it for a bit. Those of you looking for a fun, productive way to spend the weekend before Halloween and Dia de Los Muertos are in luck; the San Antonio Public Library Foundation (SAPLF) will be hosting its Catrina Ball at Central Library […]

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October 26, 2017

Kaleidoscope Gala

Calling all family, friends, and past alumni of St. Luke’s Episcopal School. You do not want to miss this year’s Kaleidoscope event! We were able to chat with Chair Whitney Schones, who gave us great details on the upcoming gathering. SC: What is the Kaleidoscope gala? WS: It is St. Luke’s annual school fundraiser, and […]

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October 14, 2017

Chalk it Up

Grab your friends, family, and some clothes you don’t mind marking up. It’s time to get artistic. Next month, Artpace San Antonio sets up shop near the Majestic Theater for a day of art and entertainment. We spoke to Event Co-Chairs Cameron Redding and Allison Reyes and Artpace’s Executive Director Veronique Le Melle about “Chalk […]

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October 7, 2017

Red and White Ball

Blood: it’s easy to give, does a whole lot of good, and gives you the smug satisfaction of helping the world without doing anything more strenuous than sitting in a chair for a while. That said, not all blood is created equal, and I don’t just mean that type chart you memorized once and forgot […]

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