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Earthwise Living Day in Leon Valley—9am-2pm at the Leon Valley Community and Conference Center, 6427 Evers Road. This is Leon Valley’s 25th Anniversary Earthwise event. The event will include more than 40 earth-friendly exhibits, music performances by Vocal Trash and CATPAWS, a recycling drop-off for electronics, computers, cell phones and more. For info visit www.leonvalleytexas. gov.

(Boerne) Harvesting Rainwater and Solar Energy— 9am-12pm at Cibolo Nature Center Library, 140 City Park Road, Boerne. John Kight, engineer, rainwater catchment and solar panel owner, gives the latest technological information and practical advice. $25 for members, $35 for non-members.

6th Annual “Get Outdoors!” Event—9am-1pm at Mission San Jose, 6701 San Jose Drive. Learn how to take advantage of outdoor recreation through exhibits, hands-on activities, demonstrations, free giveaways and informative presentations. Free.

Fung Shui 101—1-4pm at the Integrative Healing

Institute, 7122 San Pedro Ave. Fung Shui is an ancient technique used to restore healthy balance to your home, business or garden. Learn practical methods for restoring spaces into healing environments. $45. www.

Simple Fermenting for Health—1-2pm at the Integrative Healing Institute, 7122 San Pedro Ave. Fermented foods improve digestion, restore healthy levels of good bacteria to the gut and help us absorb nutrients. Learn how simple and tasty this process can be. $15. www.


Active Principles of Reiki—3-5:15pm, presented by the Sisterhood of the Triple Being. Dr. Gabriele Wolf, Reiki master/teacher will address questions and myths surrounding Reiki. SisterhoodOfTheTripleBeing for location and more info.


(Boerne) Voca People—7:30-10pm at Boerne Champion Auditorium, 201 Charger Blvd. in Boerne. VOCA PEOPLE is a dynamic, intergalactic musical theater experience that bridges languages, cultures…and planets!

Autograph Series Featuring Novelist Robert Boswell— 7pm at McAllister Auditorium, San Antonio College. Free

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public reading and book signing by acclaimed novelist Robert Boswell. French bistro luncheon and Q&A with poet David Tomas Martinez to follow on March 7. www.


Sand Sculpture Exhibit at the San Antonio Botanical Garden—March 7-23 at the SA Botanical Garden, 777 Funston, at N. New Braunfels Avenue. Enjoy a special sand sculpture exhibit featuring chalk art, a shell-dig sandbox, a tide pool display, sand tracks, zen gardens and a scavenger hunt.


Run or Dye 5K—9am at Blue Bonnet Palace, 17630 Lookout Road in Selma. Bring all your friends and run a color-blasted 5K, where you get showered in safe, eco- friendly, plant-based cornstarch dye every kilometer.

Intro to Teachings of the Universal Council—1-3pm at the Integrative Healing Institute, 7122 San Pedro Ave. Experience an intimate conversation with the Universal Council, whose purpose is to assist those on a spiritual journey. $60.


Theatre on Film Series at the McNay Art Museum – Nixon in China—2 p.m. at the McNay Art Museum, 6000 N. New Braunfels Ave. Enjoy the opera composed by John Adams with libretto by Alice Goodman. The plot is inspired by Nixon’s visit to China in 1972. Free with admission.


Plant Sale at the San Antonio Botanical Garden—10am- 2pm March 10-14 at the SA Botanical Garden, 777 Funston, at N. New Braunfels Avenue. This is the first plant sale of the season at the garden.


Spring Break Family Days at the McNay Art Museum: LOVE is All You Need—2-4pm March 11, 12, 2-6pm March 13 at the McNay Art Museum, 6000 N. New Braunfels Ave. Pop into the bold world of artist Robert Indiana and create stamps, signs and symbols. Includes interactive pop poetry slam and an “Indy 500” pushcart derby on the museum grounds.


Natural Means of Addressing Cancer—6:30 p.m. at the San Antonio Garden Center, 3310 N. New Braunfels at Funston. Join local health researcher and writer Loretta Van Coppenolle as she shares information about her own cancer research journey and her discovery of herbs and other alternative options that can be effective in both cancer prevention and treatment. Free.

2014 USA Yoga National Championship at the Aztec Theatre – March 14-16 at the Aztec Theatre, 105 South St. Mary’s St. This is San Antonio’s first time to host the annual USA Yoga National Championship. This three-day event features qualifiers from regional championship events held across the U.S. The National Championship will showcase more than 200 highly skilled yogis representing 36 states. Competitors will demonstrate their advanced yoga skills and postures. For info and tickets, visit


(Boerne) Outdoor Family Fair—10am-2pm at Main Plaza, Boerne. A community-focused event that provides families with the opportunity to enjoy and learn about local services and organizations. Free. www.visitboerne. org or email

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Wellness Fest at the Integrative Healing Institute —11am-4pm at the Integrative Healing Institute, 7122 San Pedro Ave. Stop by the institute for a FREE public event featuring therapists and instructors providing live demonstrations and presentations of holistic wellness therapies and classes. Experience mini services at special event prices. Healthy food, drinks and door prizes. www.integrativehealingsa. com or 210-967-4400.

Ayurveda for Women’s Health & Hormonal Balance— 2-5pm at Southtown Yoga Loft, 724 South Alamo, Ste. 3. Led by Debby Anderson. Explore the endocriine system and the things we are doing to throw this system out of balance.. $45. For info call 210-383-3212 or email


Prosperity Plus: A 10-Week Experiment in More Abundant Living—Choose the class day/time that best fits your schedule. Classes meet weekly at 7pm on Wednesdays starting March 17, or 7pm on Tuesdays starting March 18, or 12pm Wednesdays starting March 19. Classes meet at the Unity Church of San Antonio’s Unity Heights building, 2nd floor, 8103 Broadway. $55 for the 10-week session, includes class materials. For info or to register, email


2014 San Antonio Nutrition Summit—7:30am-2pm at the San Antonio Food Bank Event Space, 5200 West

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