Friday, June 6: There's no need to drive when you're checking out the some of the coolest bars in town. The Brooklynite, Stay Golden Social House and Tacoland. The bus will start at The Brooklynite at 8 p.m., head to Stay Golden Social House and Tacoland and then back to The Brooklynite at 1 a.m. with buses leaving each location every ten minutes on Friday and Saturday night. Free, 516 Brooklyn, (210 .
Saturday, June 7: Pop Up Yoga San Antonio will host a bendy sweat session at Blue Box Bar. Get your Urban yogi on during the Pearl Farmers Market with instructor Rachel Hollon. 11am-noon, 312 Pearl Pkwy, follow @popupyogasa for details.
Saturday, June 7: The Texas Folklife Festival is back with "Taste of the World." Sample 150 culinary delights from more than 30 food booths including Argentine, Belgian, Chinese, Filipino, German, Greek, Pakistani, Polish and Cajun. $10-$13 adults, $5 kids 6-12, 10am-11pm Saturday, 10am-7pm Sunday, 801 E Cesar E Chavez Blvd, (210) 458-2300, texancultures.com.
Saturday, June 7: You're going places, ladies! Namely local bars and business while enjoying cold draft beer, food, art, music and then some while on this Traveling Tap Takeover put on by The Kickstand SA and Girls' Pint Out. Sip on ales from Independence Brewing Co. while you ride from Taps y Tapas, Tucker's Kozy Korner, Rosella Coffee Co and Tycoon Flats. No fee to join the ride, dudes are welcome, 9:30 am, 1012 N Flores.
Monday, June 9: It’s the sixth annual RiverTini Pour-off at the Embassy Suites Riverwalk. The annual fundraiser will include 20 of San Antonio’s best bars competing to make the best martini in benefit for the San Antonio River Foundation. $65 per person and $75 at the door, VIP tickets are $100, 5:30-7:30 pm, 125 E Houston, facebook.com/Rivertini
Tuesday, June 10: Check out a copy of June’s featured cookbook, The Casserole Queens Cookbook, and meet us for a delicious discussion of food, recipes, and cooking. Attendees are free to bring a dish from the book and share, but it’s not required., 6-7:30pm; Tobin Library at Oakwell, 4134 Harry Wurzbach, San Antonio, (210) 828-2569.