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The DoSeum2800 Broadway StSan Antonio, TX 78209(210) 212-4453The DoSeum is a place where children are inspired to use their inner creativity and curiosity to learn through play. www.thedoseum.orgSan Antonio Museum of Art200 W Jones AveSan Antonio, TX 78215(210) 978-8100The San Antonio Museum of Art houses the largest and most comprehensive collection of ancient Egyptian, Greek and Roman, as well as Asian, art in the southern United States. The Museum also has a significant collection of Latin American art. Our growing contemporary art collection balances some true masterpieces with notable Texas and regional art.www.samuseum.orgWitte Museum3801 Broadway StSan Antonio, TX 78209(210) 357-1900One of the city’s most popular museums, the Witte Museum, hugs Brackenridge Park andthe banks of the San Antonio River. It is primarily devoted to science and natural history, with wonderful children’s exhibits and stellar traveling exhibits from around the world, but also boasts the best early Texas art collection in the state and more than 300,000 artifacts in the collection. www.wittemuseum.orgAlamo Ranch 151 Business Association20079 Stone Oak Parkway Suite 1105-195San Antonio, TX 78258(210) 744-3488Alamo Ranch/151 Business Association Group is a networking organization open to all business owners and professionals in and around the Alamo Ranch/151 corridor or any Business wanting to reach this area. The group will meet monthly to help members cultivate business connections, educate and inspire while opening new doors leading to long-term professional relationships. www.ar151ba.comJunior League of San Antonio723 Brooklyn AveSan Antonio, TX 78215(210) 225-1861The Junior League of San Antonio, Inc. is an organization of women committed to promoting volunteerism, developing the potential of women, and improving the community through the effective action of trained volunteers. Members are active supporters of the community through volunteer work, donations, and grants. www.jlsa.orgThe Rotary Club of San Antonio West(210) 819-1295The Rotary Club of San Antonio West’s mission is to foster the ideal of “Service Above Self.”They seek opportunities for service, promote high ethical standards, and encourage international understanding, goodwill, and peace. Rotary is a worldwide organization of business and professional leaders whose main objective is service. https://portal.clubrunner.ca/8167San Antonio Junior Forum8814 Tradeway StSan Antonio, TX 78217(210) 545-2187SAJF is a leading volunteer women’s organization that provides the San Antonio area with a variety of civic, educational and philanthropic community services, and in doing so, enhances the lives of the members and the community.www.sajuniorforum.orgToastmasters—Stagecoach Speakers4101 Wiseman BlvdSan Antonio, TX 78251(210) 585-3053Toastmasters is an international non-profit organization that gives its members the opportunity to develop or improve their public speaking abilities through meetings, seminars and speech contests. The Stagecoach Speakers meet on the 1st and 3rd Friday of every month for 1 hour with the goal of becoming better communicators and leaders. www.toastmasters.orgBullet Hole Shooting Range2715 Grosenbacher RdSan Antonio, TX 78245(210) 679-6781The Bullet Hole Shooting Range provides a safe, family friendly environment for our community to enjoy the shooting sports. rifle, pistol, shotgun & private bays. Bullet Hole offers concealed handgun license classes as well as gun training classes. They also have handguns, rifles and machine guns to rent.www.bullethole.comNational Shooting Complex5931 Roft RoadSan Antonio, TX 78253(210) 688-2542The National Shooting Complex is one of the premier shooting facilities in the world, spanning 671 acres of San Antonio countryside. As the headquarters for the National Skeet Shooting Association and National Sporting Clays Association, it hosts elite tournaments for both sports, including the World Skeet Championships and National Sporting Clays Championship. In addition, it is the venue for a wide range of shooting and non-shooting events for thousands of serious competitors, casual shooters, and outdoors enthusiasts each year. If you’re planning a small company outing and all you need is some simple refreshments and a recreational shoot, they can help. With the National Shooting Complex’s multi-faceted capabilities, they can design a program specifically to fit your needs. See ad pg. 59www.nsc.nssa-nsca.orgSan Antonio Gun Club928 E Contour DrSan Antonio, TX 78212(210) 828-9860San Antonio Gun Club is a public shotgun club specializing in American skeet, trap, NSCA 5-stand, international trap and skeet. San Antonio Gun Club achieves balance in the important aspectsof a high quality shooting venue: accessibility, modern facilities, cutting-edge equipment, fair competition, competent and affordable instructors, and a responsible support staff. www.sagunclub.com Continued on page 59Continued from page 57Things To DoMuseums OrganizationsOrganizationsShooting Ranges58 www.GreatNWGuide.com 2017-2018Things To Do


































































































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