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Located outside Helotes, Josabi's in a place over 7 acres of land for live music and cultural events. There are around three buildings in the area and two bars, parking is free. Events of different nature like weddings, photo shoots or parties take place here. They do not have an in-house catering service but they can provide the alcohol. For an event it is advisable one brings staff and other facilties required as they provide for few such as lighting or the space itself.
If you are looking for a contemporary Christian church service, then BRCC might just be the place for you. Pastor David Saathoff delivers messages from the Bible and relates them to today's society. BRCC's demographic is younger than most churches. The services use PowerPoint slides as well as video and visual presentations to help convey the message, and the music has a definite rock flair. BRCC may not cater to the traditional church-going crowd, but in this case that's not necessarily a bad thing. Casual attire is accepted, and even encouraged, and the music leans more towards rock and roll (no traditional organ/piano music here). BRCC also has a children's program called Promised Land, which runs concurrent with the adult service.
Named in honor of renowned Texan politician, columnist and lawyer, Maury Maverick Library opened its doors in 2006. It has a wide variety of published documents in the form of books, magazines, DVDs, CDs and newspapers. There is also Spanish literature available. Events for teens, toddlers, families and poetry keep this place buzzing.
The Convocation Center on the University of Texas at San Antonio campus is used as the venue to host the commencement exercises and convocation ceremonies. Besides that, it is also used for other activities. The events held here run the gamut from basketball matches, to Tailgate parties and rallies to welcome home returning sports teams. Check website for further details.
The UTSA Main Gallery hosts exhibitions that feature artwork created by the university's students and faculty, alongside juried exhibitions as well. The gallery is located in the Art Building of the Main 1604 Campus of the University of Texas at San Antonio, and is a must see for those who enjoy discovering new artists. The artwork displayed at the university's Main Gallery often presents a fresh, new perspective on the world, created by a new generation of artists at the very beginning of their careers.