Demystify the art of meditation at the Witte Museum’s (3801 Broadway) newest class Meditation 101: Taming the Mind with Joy and Compassion. Featuring the museum’s Curator of Anthropology and Health, Dr. Bryan Bayles, visitors can ask Dr. Bayles questions based off his 15 years of experience with Tibetan monks and scholars, and practice their own exercises that focus on relaxation and visualization, all for free. Visit WitteMuseum.org for more information.
Enjoy all that Alamo Beer Co. has to offer this Thursday at The Cove (606 W. Cypress St). Stop by to meet James Hudec, Alamo Beer Co.’s own brewmaster, and even keep the new pint glass to boot. Check out more events going on for San Antonio Beer Week at sanantoniobeerweek.com.
With over 100 different artists from across the globe including TV’s own Megan Massacre and Kyle Dunbar from NY Ink and Ink Master, the Texas Tattoo Jam is the place to be for people interested in getting their first or tenth tattoo. Tickets are available on-site at the San Antonio Event Center (8111 Meadow Leaf). Call 210-422-7734 for more info.
Celebrate Greek Week this week at UTSA with a free show by country music star Bart Crow Band at the UC Lawn, presented by Roadrunners Late Night. For more info visit utsa.edu/calendar/.
Who would have thought that the story of Brad Pitt aging backwards could be one of the most beautiful movies about life? The Alamo Drafthouse (22806 U.S. Hwy 281 N) did, and is celebrating the release of David Fincher’s “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button,” with a thematic backwards feast where dessert is served first, main meal second, along with special drink pairings. To buy tickets or to check out showtimes visit drafthouse.com/san_antonio.