Weekend Tips: Can You Solve the Mystery?

Dated: October 16 2020

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Fall continues to be full of fun! This Weekend, Solve a Crime, Watch Butterflies, and Enjoy the Hula. Plus more!
As Always: Stay Strong, San Antonio!
-Kim & Michelle

The Art of Thievery 

Could you give Sherlock Holmes a run for his money? Prepare to put on your thinking cap and solve the unsolvable! Based on the real life $500 million theft of the Isabella Stewart Gardener Museum in 1990, you will be given the chance to do what the Boston Police could not– find the culprits! This interactive play is sure to be a grand time, and like any good heist, impossible to forget! Each performance will be one of a kind, and follow social distancing guidelines. Good luck, Detective!
When: Opens Friday the 16th at 7 pm

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The Great Butterfly Migration

Every fall, thousands of Monarch Butterflies fly though San Antonio on their yearly migration to Mexico. Help celebrate them and other unsung heroes of pollination with the Texas Butterfly Ranch. All events this year will be completely online and totally free! You can even honor someone you’ve lost by naming a butterfly after them.
When: Saturday the 17th and Sunday the 18th

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Hula Hoopla 

Want to see a authentic Hula performance but can’t make the trip to Hawaii? Bring Hawaii to your doorstep with ‘The Hula Must Go On‘! This virtual viewing will include a one time showcase of the most popular Hula dances, and even promises a few surprises! Best of all, all proceeds will go the the nonprofit host for future shows and classes. 
When: Saturday the 17th, 9:00 – 10:00 PM

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More Activities 

Fall at the Botanical Gardens

Haunted Zoo Tour

History of Texas Dinner Theater

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