Michelles Weekend Fun Tips October 6

Dated: 10/06/2017

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                                                        It's October! 

The month when all boys and ghouls enjoy pumpkin patches, trunk or treats and maybe even some haunted houses! I'll be sure to share some festive events throughout the month, so be on the lookout each week!

Here are my picks for the weekend... 

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San Antonio Zoo Boo!

For family friendly halloween fun, enjoy lots of activities at the Zoo! From trick or treating stations and pumpkin painting, to a fun hay maze and dance parties, the kids (and grown ups!) are sure to have a good time! There is even a costume contest, so be sure to wear your costumes! Click the picture for more information.


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Gruene Music & Wine Fest

Food, music, wine and craft beer... all local, all TEXAS! What more do you need for the weekend?! Events from today through Sunday!
The live music line up for Sunday includes: Cory Morrow, Roger Creager, Bruce Robinson and so many more great artists! Have fun and do something good, as proceeds on Sunday benefit Harvey Disaster Relief through United Way Coastal Bend. Click on the picture for more information!

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Ghost Tours

Do you dare to venture into the paranormal? Or do you love hearing tales of old? Check out this walking tour around the Alamo and along the River Walk! You even get to use ghost detecting equipment! Click the picture for information on how to RSVP. Reservations are mandatory and available all month!


Have a great weekend exploring San Antonio and enjoying ghost stories, good music and lots fun! 

Michelle Plazek

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