Tuesday

February 3

The San Antonio Museum of Art (200 W. Jones) will host a free workshop on cubism and tapestry making, taught by experienced San Antonio artists. Let your creative side out from 6 p.m. – 9 p.m. with After Hours: Weaving the Social Fabric. In addition to the workshop, there will be a cash bar and Duo Peña will perform. For more information, visit samuseum.org.

Wednesday

February 4

It’s the first Wednesday of February. Why is this significant? Because the Hangar Tavern (14532 Brook Hollow) is having its monthly craft beer tasting, of course! Just $5 grants patrons admission, ten or more beer samples, snacks and a raffle ticket. Raffle tickets will be drawn every 20 minutes and the tasting starts at 7 p.m. For more information, visit thehangartavern.com.

Thursday

February 5

Check out the Regarding Ruscha exhibit at the McNay Art Muesum (6000 N. New Braunfels). Admission is free for everyone between 4 p.m. and 9 p.m every Thursday. The exhibit features pieces by San Antonio artists that were inspired by Ed Ruscha’s “Standard Station” and “Ghost Station” prints. For more information visit mcnayart.org.

Friday

February 6

The Spurs will take on the Miami Heat at the AT&T Center (1 AT&T Center). Show your San Antonio pride and cheer on the five-time national champions. Ticket prices start at $10 and the game starts at 8:30 p.m. For more information, visit nba.com/spurs/schedule.

Saturday

February 7

Backstage Live (1305 E. Houston) presents Wale this weekend and tickets are still available. You can purchase yours from backstagelivesa.com for $20. This is an event that welcomes all ages and doors open at 8 p.m.

Sunday

February 8

Do you love to run, but dream of chocolate-covered everything? If so, then the Chocoholic Frolic 5k/10k is truly the best of both worlds. There is still time to register at chocoholicfrolicrun.com, and all proceeds from participating in this rewarding run go to Morgan’s Wonderland, a 25-acre amusement park in San Antonio specifically made for people of all ages with special needs. Treat yourself – and others – by going on a charitable run with chocolate waiting at the finish line.

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