The first week of February in San Antonio is marked by activities that include three live theatrical plays, a multiday jazz and classical music festival, a pre-San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo cattle drive, and the beginning of the local Jewish Film Festival.

Now through Feb. 4

Churchill High School theater students perform Lerner and Loewe’s famed musical, “My Fair Lady,” where a phonetics professor tasks himself to turn a working-class girl into a cultured member of high society. 7 p.m. Feb. 2-4; 2:30 p.m. Feb. 5. $12. 12049 Blanco Road, San Antonio.

Now through Feb. 12

Public Theater of San Antonio performs “Nina Simone: Four Women,” a play that uses famed singer Nina Simone’s songs to give voice to a group of women suffering self-hatred the day after a bomb kills four girls in a Birmingham, Alabama, church Sept. 16, 1963. Shows 7:30 p.m. Fri. and Sat., and 2 p.m. Sun. through Feb. 12. $15-$45. 800 W. Ashby Place, San Antonio.

Feb. 4

Nala & Friends Pet Rescue will offer pet adoption opportunities at Woof Gang Bakery and Grooming. There will also be free samples of dog treats, a raffle and a pet photographer offering to snap Valentine’s Day-themed pet photos. Noon-3 p.m. 20079 Stone Oak Parkway, Ste. 1103, San Antonio.

Feb. 4

Get in the spirit of the upcoming San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo by attending the Western Heritage Festival in downtown. Activities begin in the morning with a 5K run/walk, a western chuckwagon-style breakfast, a cook-off, vendors, and a parade and cattle drive. The afternoon will feature a music festival, awards to the stock show and rodeo’s high school culinary competition, and cook-off judging and awards. All events are at Market Square; parade starts at I-10/I-35 and West Houston Street, and ends at the Alamo. 7 a.m.-11 p.m. Free admission. 514 W. Commerce St., San Antonio.

Feb. 4 and 5

Weekend Market at Arbor Park holds a pop-up market at YMCA Thousand Oaks, featuring vendors offering various handcrafted items, food and Valentine’s Day gift ideas. 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Feb. 4; noon-4 p.m. Feb. 5. Free (admission). 16103 Henderson Pass, San Antonio.

Feb. 4-March 5

The Magik Theater hosts performances of “The Hero Twins: Blood Race” through March 5. The family-friendly play, which explores issues, such as prejudice and perseverance, follows the female protagonist Moth and her twin brother, Cricket, as they vie to win the Blood Race and determine the ruling class. Times vary. $18.50-$22.50; free for children age 2 and under.

Now through Nov. 17

The San Antonio Department of Arts & Culture presents the “Between Yesterday & Tomorrow: Perspectives from Black Contemporary Artists of San Antonio” exhibition, featuring works by local Black artists who are sharing their cultural and life experiences through their work. Special events are scheduled as part of the exhibit during its run, which lasts through Nov. 17. Gallery hours: Wed.-Fri., 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Free. Culture Commons Gallery, Plaza de Armas Building, 115 Plaza de Armas, San Antonio.

Feb. 2-5

Musical Bridges Around the World presents its ninth UNITYFest, featuring four jazz and classical concerts at various venues citywide. Formerly known as the International Music Festival, UNITYFest creates meaningful connections through cross-cultural collaborations and celebrates common humanity. A cocktail event caps the festival Feb. 5 in downtown San Antonio. Times and tickets vary.

Feb. 4

Local nonprofit Culinaria presents Titans of Tailgate, where renowned San Antonio-area chefs will grill up tailgate-worthy foods to benefit culinary education activities in local high schools. 1-4 p.m. $50-$150 (free for ages 12 and under). Sunken Garden Theater, 3875 N. St. Mary’s St., San Antonio.

Feb. 4

San Antonio Charter Moms holds a School Discovery Day, where representatives from 15-30 San Antonio-area choice schools will be available on-site to talk with families seeking more information about choice schools. The event will also have family-friendly activities, including a DJ, an animal show-and-tell, food trucks and more. 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Free (admission). Second Baptist Church Community Center, 3310 E. Commerce St., San Antonio.

Feb. 9-19

Barshop Jewish Community Center of San Antonio will hold its 22nd Jewish Film Festival, featuring screenings of select Jewish cinematic works. Showtimes vary. Single tickets: $12-$15 per screening. 12500 N.W. Military Hwy., San Antonio.