A staged musical, pet-friendly activities and a Juneteenth celebration are among highlighted events happening around San Antonio during the third weekend of June.

Now through June 25

The Public Theater of San Antonio is hosting performances of “Footloose,” a musical based on the 1983 movie about a teenager who moves from the big city with his mother to a small town where he dares to challenge uptight local social norms and fight a ban on dancing.

Now through Aug. 31

The San Antonio Public Library is hosting a retrospective exhibit of large-scale ceramic sculptures and a selection of paintings by San Antonio-based artist Danville Chadbourne. The exhibition, titled “Danville Chadbourne Sculptures and Paintings,” opened June 13 and will be on display through the end of August.

June 15

Pearl will host a community Pride Month bicycling ride, which will combine high-intensity, low-impact, beat-based cycle and strength workouts. Participants may stick around for a post-class Pride Month drink from neighboring restaurant Boiler House.

June 16

Single Professionals Network, a friendship group for singles age 55 and older, meets for conversation, libations, games and food.

  • 5-7 p.m.
  • Free (admission)
  • Eggspectation, 402 N. Loop 1604 W., San Antonio
  • www.spn-sa.org

June 17

The Briscoe Western Art Museum will celebrate Father’s Day by providing dads and their children age 5 and older a chance to paint a Western scene in acrylic on an 11-inch-by-14-inch canvas. Two painting sessions will be offered by artist Gio DiZurita.

June 18

San Antonio Animal Care Services will celebrate Pride Week by offering special discounts on pet adoption fees and free pet microchips while supplies last. Dogs age 1 and under will be available for adoption for $40; those age 1 and over can be adopted for $25. Cats age 1 and under will be available for adoption for $25, and those age 1 and over can be adopted for $15.

June 17

The San Antonio Juneteenth Block Party and Fair will feature live music, DJs, speakers, vendors, food, and an informational fair involving local small businesses, government agencies and community nonprofits focused on health, wellness, education and financial assistance. Juneteenth celebrates the delayed official emancipation of enslaved Black people in Texas in 1865.

June 17

Dog Guide San Antonio will present Fido Film Fest, a family-friendly summer evening for pet owners at Legacy Park. A dog-themed movie will be screened while vendors offer various pet products. There will also be free drinks and dog toys as well as other giveaways.

June 17 and 18

The group Loving Cats Worldwide will have an event for cat lovers featuring a cat competition, cat adoption opportunities, educational sessions, a mini-shopping market and more.

  • 10 a.m.-4 p.m. June 17 and 18
  • Tickets start at $15 for adults; free admission for children age 12 and under; weekend pass discounts available
  • San Antonio Shrine Auditorium, 901 N. Loop 1604 W., San Antonio
  • www.lcwwgroup.us/san-antonio-june-17-18-2023