The start of a multiday classical music festival, an art exhibit opening and Juneteenth activities are among events scheduled in San Antonio from June 7-12

‘Alice in Wonderland’

Premiere Ballet Academy will present “Alice in Wonderland, the Ballet,” based on Lewis Carroll’s works about a girl who meets new friends and encounters amazing adventures in a new world.'Unobstructed Horizons’

A new art exhibit, "Unobstructed Horizons,” will open at the Agarita Loft, featuring artwork by Charlie Kitchen, Hailey Marmolejo and Dani Becknell. The art works, which explore contemporary themes of the desert, will be on display through Aug. 2. The exhibit opening will include a brief performance by San Antonio chamber music ensemble Agarita. Proceeds from sales of the displayed art works will benefit the artists and members of Agarita.Fiesta Noche del Río

Alamo Kiwanis Club will again present Fiesta Noche del Río, an annual series of summer evening musical and dance performances along the San Antonio Riverwalk. The event showcases the best of Spanish, Mexican, Latin, and Texan music and dance at the Arneson River Theatre. The Kiwanis Club supports local youth charities and initiatives.Nature lesson

Phil Hardberger Park Conservancy will present a “grab-n-go” event where attendees can grab a kit filled with activities to help explore the park and identify different ecosystems. The kit is designed for children ages 3 and up.‘Retro Roll Fundraiser’

San Antonio company Ricos Products will hold its annual Retro Roll skating fundraiser to benefit Junior Diabetes Research Foundation, featuring a snack menu with build-your-own-nachos. Family-friendly activities will include skating, special Ricos snack times, a visit from Rico the mascot, photo opportunities, and a raffle.Juneteenth book festival

Carver Library will host the Carver Library African American Book Festival, featuring book readings, author meet-and-greets, panel discussions and presentations focused on African American literature.Gardening program

Parman Library at Stone Oak will host a program where attendees will learn about plants that are most resilient to the local summer heat.
  • June 9, 3-4:30 p.m.
  • Free (admission)
  • 20735 Wilderness Oak, San Antonio
  • 210-207-2703
Classical music performance

Francesco Milioto, music director of Opera San Antonio, will lead a vocal masterclass to help kick off CMI 210, the Classical Music Institute's festival. Apprentice artists from the OSA-CMI Young Artist Program will showcase their talent and receive insightful critiques on their technique, interpretation and stage presence. The event is open to the public. CMI 210, a culmination of year-long music educational efforts in the San Antonio community, continues through June 22.Juneteenth block party

A Juneteenth block party and fair mixer will be held with food, networking opportunities, door prizes and more. Proceeds will benefit the Dream Big Scholarship Fund.Single professionals’ group meetup

Single Professionals Network, a friendship group for singles age 55 and older, meets for conversation, libations, games and food.
  • June 12, 4:30-6:30 p.m.
  • Free (admission)
  • Kirby’s Steakhouse, 123 N. Loop 1604 E., San Antonio