Tuesday 9/30:

The San Antonio Botanical

Gardens has

brought back its Scarecrow

Trail Exhibit. This

interactive and photofriendly

event features

over 20 scarecrows

made out of common

recyclable materials

such as plastic jugs,

wood, moss, burlap

and other items. The

Botanical Gardens, located

at 555 Funston

Place, is open daily

from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

For more information,

visit sabot.org.

Thursday 10/2:

The Alamo Drafthouse

Stone Oak location

will be screening “Animal

House” as part of

the San Antonio Beer

Festival Series. In lieu

of admission, patrons

who bring two cans of

food for the San Antonio

Food Bank will be

able to enter for free.

Located at 22806 US

Highway 281 North,

the Stone Oak Drafthouse

will not be admitting

anyone under the

age of 18 unless accompanied

by a parent

or guardian. Hang

out and enjoy food and

drinks while watching

this classic movie. The

show starts at 7:30

p.m. For more information,

visit drafthouse.

com.

Friday 10/3:

At 7 p.m. sharp, dine at

the historic – and allegedly

haunted – Menger

Hotel. After enjoying a

meal, guests will embark

on a Ghost Tour

through San Antonio.

It is recommended that

patrons wear comfortable

shoes – the better

to run away with? Tickets

are $60 for adults

and the event is three

hours long. Visit sistersgrimmghosttour.

com if

you think you’re brave

enough to embark on

this fright-filled evening.

Saturday 10/4:

View a newly released

exhibition at the San

Antonio Museum of Art

(SAMA) titled “Legacy

of Beauty: An Exhibition

of Chinese Ceramics

in Honor of Walter

F. Brown.” These beautiful

pieces will be available

for viewing until

Jan. 3, 2015. Located

at 200 West Jones Avenue,

SAMA will be

open from 10 a.m. – 9

p.m. on Saturday. For

more information and

admission costs, visit

samuseum.org.

Sunday 10/5:

Enjoy a free public tour

at the McNay Art Museum

located at 6000

North New Braunfels

Avenue. This event is a

monthly occurrence that

showcases the permanent

collection housed

at the McNay. Meet in

the lobby at 2 p.m. for

the tour. For more information,

visit mcnayart.

org.

Monday 10/6:

Head to the Alamo

Drafthouse Westlakes,

located at 1255 Southwest

Loop 410, for a

showing of “Abbott and

Costello Meet Frankenstein.”

The show starts

at 7 p.m., and you

won’t want to miss this

horror-turned-comedy

film from 1948. For

more information, visit

drafthouse.com.

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