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University of the Incarnate Word tennis Coach John Newman will host the 20th annual Junior Tennis Camps, in one-week sessions, starting June 7. Wednesdays at the Cancer Therapy and Research Center, 7979 Wurzbach Road. San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce will present “The Power of Business: 2010 Small Business Symposium” May 21 at the Henry B. More than 500 local and regional business leaders, community partners, and corporate procurement officers will be at this event co-sponsored by the city of San Antonio to answer questions and share their business advice and knowledge. Sunday Jazz at the Witte will feature The Three Divas May 9. first Fridays and third Saturdays; beginner bird walks at 9 a.m. Jones Ave., hosts these exhibits: “Season Three of Seasons of Beauty: Yoshitoshi's Thirty-two Aspects of Daily Life” through July 14; “Psychedelic: Optical and Visionary Art Since the 1960s” through Aug. every second Saturday at The Yard, 5300 Mc Cullough Ave. Young Chefs Academy in Stone Oak, 20330 Huebner Road, Suite 110, hosts various weekly classes Mondays-Thursdays and Saturday mornings as well as special workshops. Information packets are available for the College for Kids at San Antonio College. Tuesdays at The Barn Door; Towne and Country, p.m. first Wednesdays in the North Central Baptist Hospital atrium, 502 Madison Oak. Paws for Pause is available with pet adoption opportunities and information every Wednesday at Pet Smart, U. The film and commercial acting camp is designed for beginners and veterans. Hardy Oak Elementary School, 22900 Hardy Oak Blvd., is collecting new and gently used baby item donations to benefit the Boxes of Love Mother's Day drive program. Prima Donna Productions will offer Summer Acting Sessions, an acting camp for ages 9-19, from June 7-11 at 8603 Crownhill Blvd. Witte Museum, 3809 Broadway, hosts these exhibits: historic gowns, featuring floral motifs and illustrating the history of floral elements in Fiesta traditions, through Aug. SABG has called out to designers to submit original proposals for its “Playhouses and Forts” exhibit, which debuts June 26. Experimental artist Justin Pfullmann has his debut abstract-surrealist art exhibit, “The Justin Pfullmann Gallery: Experiments,” on display through May 31 at the San Antonio Meeting Center, 660 N. Contact: Erika Hurst, 226-4600, extension 2230 or [email protected] Sonterra Blvd., Suite 314 (Michael Joseph, 696-0991 or [email protected]); Talkomatics, p.m. Farmers' markets: San Antonio Farmers Market Association – 8 a.m.-1 p.m. More than 40 vendors showcase arts, crafts, gifts and food. in Olmos Park, including arts, crafts, fresh produce and gifts. The program offers fun educational opportunities for elementary and middle school students who may have fallen behind and want to catch up on their studies, or who are on-track but want to get a head start for the next school year. Fee: 0; includes daily snacks and DVD of the student's performance. Community members and business may bring items to the school's main office through May 14. Toastmasters Clubs: Stone Oak, noon Wednesdays, The Egg and I, 700 E. Andrews Lutheran Church, 16320 Huebner Room ( San Antonio, noon Fridays, Taste of China Super Buffet, 3711 Colony Drive ( May 14 for an exhibit of works by Kathryn Stats, Benjamin Wu and Jason Situ.
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