Things To Do In Alta Vista

$60 for $100 Toward One Month of Martial Arts Classes — 7th Mountain Martial Arts

7th Mountain Martial Arts

San Antonio

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$100 $60

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Introduction-to-Knitting Class for One or Four at The Yarn Barn (Up to 51% Off)

The Yarn Barn

Tobin Hill

Beginning knitters build a foundation by learning the basics of knitting terminology, how to cast and bind off, and simple stitches

$30 $16

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Concealed-Handgun Training Class for One or Two from On Target CHL (Up to 51% Off)

On Target CHL

San Antonio

For the six-hour course, students should bring a minimum .32-caliber handgun and 100 rounds of ammunition

$40 $20

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$20 for 30-Class Yoga and Fitness Pass from Yoga & Fitness Passport ($300 Value)

Yoga & Fitness Passport

Multiple Locations

Students can use this 30-class pass at multiple locations to take everything from yoga to Zumba, signing up on an easy online platform

$300 $20

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One 30-Class Yoga & Fitness Pass or Six Months of Unlimited Classes from MetaBody (Up to 94% Off)

MetaBody

Multiple Locations

Instructors encourage full-body results in a variety of fitness classes supplemented by a success guide and nutritional coaching

$350 $20

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One Month of Unlimited CrossFit or Olympic Weight Training at Mind Body Soul Training Studio (75% Off)

Mind Body Soul (MBS) Training Studio

Downtown

Build functional fitness through ever-changing CrossFit workouts or Olympic-style weight training

$150 $37

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Three-Show Subscription From ARTS San Antonio on Select Dates, January 22–May 12 (Up to 34% Off)

ARTS San Antonio

Multiple Locations

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Eclectic Austrian brass, Peking Acrobats, genre-bending cellists, a Tennessee Williams ballet, and more fill the ARTS San Antonio season

$87 $57

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Unlimited Rides for Four at Kiddie Park (Up to 64% Off). Three Options Available.

Kiddie Park

San Antonio

Nostalgic park opened in 1925 delights visitors with ferris wheel, classic snacks, and carousel that was hand carved in 1918

$52 $28

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Lerner and Loewe’s six-time Tony Award–winning Broadway musical My Fair Lady adapts George Bernard Shaw’s Pygmalion into the tale of snooty phonetics professor Henry Higgins, who makes a wager that he can transform cockney flower girl Eliza Doolittle into an upstanding member of high society. As Higgins comically struggles to supplant Eliza’s chimney-sweep accent and guttural demeanor for fancy savoir-faire, a romance unfolds proving that love conquers all forms of enunciation. Audiences waltz with their armrests as classic show tunes such as “I Could Have Danced All Night” and “On the Street Where You Live” stake their claim in memory banks for future shower serenades.

800 W Ashby Pl
San Antonio,
TX
US

Founded by cellist Kenneth Freudigman and violist Emily Watkins Freudigman in 2004, Camerata San Antonio brings together a symphonic roster composed of several of the San Antonio Symphony's principal players and more than a few internationally recognized musicians. More than a dozen acclaimed artists might be on-call for a concert during any given season, and the entourage's diverse concert schedule consequently offers plenty of strikingly different small-ensemble performances.

510 Belknap Pl
San Antonio,
TX
US

Anya Grokhovski has always surrounded herself with music. The daughter of a violinist in the Moscow Philharmonic as well as a doctorate-holding piano performer in her own right, she came to San Antonio to work in UTSA's music department. She brought the music she loved with her—she founded Musical Bridges Around the World to present unique sonic offerings in the city.

Now, more than a decade later, MBAW brings some of the world's finest performers to San Antonio stages. Their concerts and shows ring out in McAllister Auditorium, the 18th-century Cathedral of San Fernando, and in the ears of anyone who truly believes.

1300 San Pedro Ave
San Antonio,
TX
US

At this paranormal landmark, Terror Mansion weaves visitors through 23 scream-rattled rooms, coaxing chills with intricate setups and actual hauntings that have seized attention in local media stories. Inside the 80-year-old horror emporium, guests are greeted by the mansion's butler, who offers nauseating appetizers such as rats, roaches, and old late-fee letters from the library. Ominous, darkened corridors then lead thrill seekers through gorified chaos, including a blood-soaked meat locker and a rendezvous with sinister clowns. Bubbling cauldrons harbor mutilated cadavers in the basement, and a toxic laser room compounds confusion with baleful beams and bewildering special effects. Outside, safety continues to elude guests as horror-movie characters and obnoxious investment bankers chase groups back into the night.

414 West Laurel Street
San Antonio,
TX
US

It’s not every day you can wash your laundry and your car while grabbing a burger for lunch. The Cove—a combination of a burger joint, a laundromat, and a car wash—is certainly unorthodox, but it’s also downright inspired. There’s nothing like local lamb, bison, and beef burgers to add some incentive to your chores.

606 W Cypress St
San Antonio,
TX
US

The Yarn Barn has been a hub for the needleworking community since 1972. It functions as a retail store as well as a school and gallery; they carry products by brands such as Berroco, Cascade Yarns, and Lone Star Arts. Meanwhile, knitting and crochet classes cater to needleworkers of all levels?there's a beginner class and specialty classes that walk students through the creation of shawls, hats, and scarves. The walls of The Yarn Barn feature work from artists like Rebecca Wood and Painted Pony.

1615 McCullough Ave
San Antonio,
TX
US