Oktubrefest Brings Bavarian Tacos, Local Brews to San Antonio Next Month
click image LBW GroupSan Antonio's German, Mexican and Spanish influences will meet this fall at Oktubrefest , a new food and music festival heading to Sunset Station on September 21.Hosted by the L.B.W. (LiquorBeerWine) Group , the festival aims to raise funds for the Brighton Center , a local nonprofit that provides developmental and educational services to Bexar County-area children.Festival-goers can expect to see craft beers from local breweries including Ranger Creek and Independence Brewing Co., and enjoy culturally-inspired eats like Bavarian tacos and chorizo and wurst.GA and VIP tickets range between $10-50, and include live music performances from traditional German and Tejano musicians and bands. Children under 12 enter free.To learn more about the festival or sponsorship opportunities, visit oktubrefest.comsacurrent.com
Here's what to do in San Antonio this week
From a hiring event for software developers to an educational seminar about wine, here are a few top options to help you get out and about in the days ahead. Codeup Developer Day Hiring Event at CodeupFrom the event description:Want exclusive access to software developers with over 600 contact hours of instructor-led training? As a reminder, this is a hiring event for managers and recruiters looking for Full Stack software developers. When: Wednesday, July 31, 6-8 p.m.Where: San Antonio Botanical Garden, 555 Funston PlaceAdmission: $75Click here for more details, and to get your ticketsParents, Are You Kinder Ready? Workshop by Brighton Center, Special Education Support ServicesFrom the event description:Come learn what every parent needs to know before their child starts kindergarten.