SAN ANTONIO – Today on SA Live, the Thomas Jefferson HS Lassos perform, Jen takes us to a candlelit hot yoga class, mocktails with Twang partners, super bowl healthy food, and we reframe the coming out process with Dr. Lulu.
The Thomas Jefferson High School Lassos are a traditional Rope and Dance Team. They were established in 1932 and haven’t stopped roping since, they pride themselves on tradition, community service and school spirit. The Lassos will be competing in Fredericksburg, Texas on February 18, 2023 and shortly after we will be heading to California to perform at one of the nation’s largest farmer’s market.
Looking for a music-driven immersive yoga escape? Jen Tobias-Sturski takes us to House of Rhythom, a DJ-curated candlelit hot class fused with ancient practices and modern tech for deep, soulful, heart-thumping experiences.
Dry January is still ongoing and Twang Partners helps us get through it with some mocktails.
Dr. Lulu and friends present “Rethinking the Closet” a free community seminar to reframe the coming out process and create safer spaces for LGBTQ+ folks to live as their authentic selves. The event will take place on Saturday, Jan 21. from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Family Service Neighborhood Place.
San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo is right around the corner and registration is now open for the Western Heritage Weekend Stampede 5K Run/Walk.
The Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center is proud to host Crystal City 1969, a play based on the true-life story of Mexican-American teenagers who walked out of class and into civil rights history. Performances at the Guadalupe Theater in San Antonio will happen on Jan. 19-23, 2023. Tickets are now available.
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