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Feb. 3rd - Apr. 8th
Action-Adventure isn't just for your favorite superheroes anymore! The DoSeum is ready to train a future generation of San Antonio Action Stars in our newest heart-pumping, skill-building exhibit, "Run! Jump! Fly! Adventures in Action." Kids will exercise their minds and bodies in an engaging space for kids of any age to move their bodies, have fun, and learn all about developing healthy habits.
In "Run! Jump! Fly!'s" Action Star Training, kids will build skills in balance, endurance, strength, and coordination. They will learn to master different bendy poses in the Yoga Station, balance on a board as it moves through mountains and oceans in Surf Snow, and maneuver across a rocky wall in Climbing Canyon. While breaking a sweat, visitors will also learn about the origins of their favorite activities and how they can stay healthy and active in their daily lives.
Taken to the hospital to treat a broken leg, young Maurice is not at home when a round-up of Jews takes place and his family is carted away. Dr. Daviel diagnoses Maurice with TB, requiring lengthy treatment. Is it just a ruse to avoid Maurice being sent to the camps?
Santikos Palladium at the Rim, 17703 West IH-10
Appropriate for families with children ages 10 and up
2:00 and 2:15 pm 100 min
French with English subtitles
Tickets: $5 ages 10 - 17/$10 ages 18+
Tickets can be purchased by calling (210) 302-6820 or online at www.jccsanantonio.org/filmfestival
Sunday, March 4, 2018
1:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Headwaters Sanctuary at Incarnate Word
4503 Broadway, San Antonio, TX, 78209
Join us for the 2017-2018 season of Picture Your World hosted by Green Spaces Alliance of South Texas. Open to youth ages 8-18, the Picture Your World weekend workshops teach photographic composition and technique through hands-on demonstration, and constructive critique.
Participants will produce a visual memory of their day and begin a creative portfolio while experiencing the wonders of the natural environment. Each workshop is led by the Picture Your World Program Manager, Carra Garza, along with a professional photographer, and a Master Naturalist. Participants may bring their own digital camera or, we will provide one for you.
The Headwaters is a 53-acre Sanctuary which is home to the Blue Hole, the source spring of the San Antonio River. A nonprofit Earth care ministry of the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word, the Headwaters provides a sanctuary where people are encouraged to reflect and find meaning in their connection with the Earth, themselves, and each other.
Please register online to ensure your space is reserved. Workshop fee: $20.