Tottenham draft party
The San Antonio Spurs invite fans to watch the NBA draft during a party at Smoke BBQ + Skybar. Guests will receive one free drink ticket while supplies last. There will also be special guests (we hear spurs may be in the building), and gifts in the shape of spurs. Thursday, 6:30 pm 501 E Crockett Street
Pride greater than Texas
What started as a small show in 2004 turned into an all-day festival featuring Queens High Heel Race, a health fair, family activities, food, an evening parade and more. Tickets are available here. Saturday, 11 a.m. – 11 p.m.; Show starts at 9 p.m. 1300 N. Main Ave.
Family Pride Day
Now in its third year, this festival includes games, activities for families, vendors, food and drinks, a small show, and much more. This year’s theme is “A Space for Courage for Every Family,” and Grand Marshal Angel Flores, a transgender activist, athlete and subject for Season 6, will take over. Queer Eye loops. Sunday, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. 400 Lexington Ave.
La Niña Girasole
The Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center is hosting the world premiere of this children’s production by local playwright J. Cesar Duenas. The story follows two brothers on their quest to preserve the lineage of their family. Book tickets here. Wednesday and Thursday, 11 a.m.; Friday and Saturday, 7 pm 723 Brazos Street
Rescue Union Adoption Event
Thirteen local animal rescue groups have joined forces for a one-day adoption splendor at Shrine Auditorium. All cats and dogs are vaccinated, sterilized and provided with electronic chips. Pet-friendly food vendors and trucks will also be located on site. Saturday, 11 a.m.-6 p.m. 901 N. Episode 1604 West.
Wellness at the Tobin Center
Mobile Om continues to celebrate International Yoga Day with a free class for all levels at the Will Naylor Smith River Walk Plaza at the Tobin Center. Participants are asked to bring their own carpet. Saturday, 9 am 100 lecture hall
Celebrate World Mud Day with the San Antonio Botanical Garden. Families can learn why clay and soil are important with activities like exploring worm droppings and foliage, painting with clay and tasting earthy cooking. Find out more here. Saturday, 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. 555 Funston Place
Wes Anderson series
Slab Cinema and Centro San Antonio continue their summer film series with a show Aquatic Life with Steve Zissou. Entry is free and water-themed food and drinks are available for purchase. Saturday 8 pm 327 West Trade Street
Local enchiladas will compete for the title of best at this festival at the Bexar County small cattle ranching grounds. The day also includes live music by Mariachi Alma de Mexico and a performance of the Ballet Folklorico de Bendezion. Sat, 11am – 7pm 7701 FM 1346
Semi-Annual New Year’s Party
We’re half way through the year, and The Rustic celebrates the occasion with live music by celebrating the ’90s straight, counting down to midnight and toasting the rest of the year. The event is free with RSVP. Friday, 9:30 p.m. – midnight. 17619 La Cantera Pcuy, St. 204