San Antonio Magazine: Weekend Best Bets

Date Night: Highest Heaven
It’s Date Night at the San Antonio Museum of Art, which means two-for-one admission plus live music, a cash bar and art scavenger hunts. Along with tours of Highest Heaven: Spanish and Portuguese Colonial Art, the evening also will include an outdoor screening of The Motorcycle Diaries and the chance to make your own art. Mr. Meximum will be on-site selling and outside picnics also are permitted. Friday, 7-11 p.m. San Antonio Museum of Art, 200 W. Jones Ave., 210-978-8100, samuseum.org

San Antonio Film Festival
Whether an aspiring film industry pro, or simply an avid moviegoer, there’s something for everyone during the last few days of the San Antonio Film Festival. On Friday and Saturday morning, kids are invited to the Children’s Film Festival at Pearl and there are also panels scheduled covering everything from young indie filmmakers to the basics of the movie industry. Evenings feature screenings of shorts and full-length features, including some created by or written about San Antonians. Thursday-Sunday, various times. Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, 100 Auditorium Circle, safilm.com

Cocktail Carnival
Happy hour is getting a fair-themed twist on Friday during this fundraiser for SA Youth. Try a Cotton Candy Martini, Fried Tequila or boozy ice cream plus appetizers that will include everything from fried pickles and mini corn dogs to caramel apples and beignets. All proceeds benefit SA Youth, which provides after school programs to at-risk students. Friday, 5:30-7:30 p.m. Frost Bank Tower Plaza Club, 100 W. Houston, St., 210-227-4191, sanantonioyouth.org

The Magician’s Agency
This stage show starring illusionist Scott Pepper is only on stage for a few more weeks. Watch as he leads the Magician’s Agency in taking on harrowing missions meant to make the world safer through stunts that include magic, illusion, daring escapes, comedy and even a little audience participation. Saturday, 7 p.m., Sunday, 2 p.m. Magik Theatre, 420 S. Alamo St., 210-227-2751, magiktheatre.org

Mindful Morning at Maverick Plaza
Start the morning with a free all-level Vinyasa yoga class from Mobile Om. After class, there are live tunes from Odie Wallace Music plus coffee, juice, food trucks and the chance to browse goods by local artisans. Saturday, 9-11 a.m. Maverick Plaza, 418 Villita St., mobileomtx.com

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