San Antonio Branch
San Antonio Branch

Community Calendar

    

                                                                                   UPCOMMING EVENTS               


       March 16      Commemorative Celebration -  Anniversary of the March 16, 1960 Intergration of the

                               Woolworth  Building Lunch Counter at Alamo Plaza - Information will be available at the

                               March General Meeting


       March 19      SAPD East Sub Station Captains' Meeting - Quarterly East Patrol Outreach Meeting, 6pm - 9pm

                               at 3635 E. Commerce St . P.O.C.  Mike Trainer CPO 210-207-6082, Sponsored by Capt. Troy Torres


      March  21      Black Women In History Program - 12 Noon - 5pm at the Carver Branch Library, 3350 E. Commerce St. 

                               For Additional Information Call 210-207-9180


      FUTURE EVENTS


      April  4      Eastside Market - 9am -12 Noon, 508 Center St. Fresh produce, local artisans, vendors, food trucks

                               Email eastsidemarketsa@gmail.com or call 210-909-99888


       April   17       Understanding Specialty Courts - Presented by Bexar County Specialty Courts Coalition,

                              9am - 12 Noon. Bexar County Jury Room, 300 Dolorosa St. Basement level. Contact 21-335-0835 


      April  24         SAAACAM Blues Festival 4pm-11pm  - Museum fundraiser sponsored by Sa Antonio African American                                     Community Archives and  the Museum at Wheatley Heights Sports Complex, 200 Noblewood Dr. 

                              Tickets $10  Children under 12 free


      June  20         Moussa Temple No. 106 Prince Hall Shriners Centennial Celebration 2021 - Sponsorships Agreements

                              ($250-$1,000) Deadline June 2020, Event date Oct. 16, 2021Rosenburg Skyroom. Individual Tickets $85

                              Tables $850.00

                          

    ONGOING EVENTS


  • FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation is seeking more minorities to apply toward becoming agents.  Qualifications to become a special agent include College degree.  Age range 23 to 37 years of age.  Additional information is availableon the FBI website.

​​     *  Chess Night:  Thursdays weekly at 6:00 pm. Carver Branch Public Library, 3350 E. Commerce


  •   Technology Classes for Seniors (60 years and older), Claude Black Community Center, 2915 East Commerce Street,                 Mondays and Wednesdays, 10:00 to 11:30 am.  Learn how to navigate the internet and send and receive email.                       Call     210-504-4862. FREE


  •   Weekly Family Movie Night, 5:30 p.m., at Bibiliotech East, 1203 N. Walters St, (210) 631-0230, FREE


  •   U.S. Census Bureau:  Part-time openings for Field Representatives:  Call 877-390-6424 or use website:                                            www.census.gov/regions/denver/www/jobs


    Note:  Community Calendar entries support the Mission of the NAACP and are reviewed in advance by the Branch President


   

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