SAN ANTONIO — If you're looking for a free community event where you can enjoy arts and crafts, storytelling and other fun activities, you can head to the Briscoe Western Art Museum.
It's happening on Saturday Jan. 21, between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. at the museum.
The free community event, which includes free admission to the museum and its exhibitions, offers a beastly day of animal fun, education and hands-on crafts for all ages to enjoy. The festival features art, storytelling and more to inspire everyone to explore the nature all around them. The event will be held rain or shine in the museum’s Jack Guenther Pavilion," the press release says.
It's called The Wild West Wildlife Festival and it'll celebrate the West and Western art, along with Texas habitats and creatures.
Local wildlife experts will be at the event and people can make their own bird feeder, egg carton animals, bison masks and pressed flower bookmarks.
Lada Ladies food truck will be there as well.
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