Those are probably just Marlboro Reds.
Take the family to The San Antonio Zoo for a winter wonderland complete with snow flurries. The lights number in the hundreds of thousands, and include a 20-foot snowman along with wildlife sculptures. Roast s'mores, visit with Santa (additional fees apply) and keep warm by an open fire. $8.25-$12.25, 6-10pm, 3903 N. St. Mary's St., (210) 734-7184, sazoo.org.
— Jessica Elizarraras, @JessElizarraras
San Antonio Spurs vs. Washington Wizards:
The Wizards will need to use all the plays in their spell book if they have any chance of working some magic on the Spurs, who will look to defend their unbeaten status at home. $15 and up, 7:30 pm, AT&T Center, 1 AT&T Center Pkwy., nba.com/spurs/tickets. — Mark Reagan, @210Reagan
Whether you love the band, love the mota, or love the band and the mota, this is a great opportunity to get a little taste of Juggalo love, as the Kingz of the chronic are well respected members of the Hatchetman fam. For extra points, score some Faygo to fight off that wicked weed dry mouth. With CB4 and Chucky Chuck. $18-$22, 7pm, Korova, 107 E. Martin St., thekorova.com. – Travis Buffkin, @dtbuffkin
Celebracion a La Virgen de Guadalupe
: A broad cross-section of San Antonio artists explore the cultural significance of la Virgen de Guadalupe for this 20th annual exhibition organized by Centro Cultural Aztlán. Free, 9am-5pm, Centro Cultural Aztlan, 1800 Fredericksburg Road, Suite 103, (210) 432-1896, centroaztlan.org. Through January 15. — Bryan Rindfuss, @bryanrindfuss
Noah Peterson at J&O's Cantina:
Enjoy a beverage with good folks and watch this local composer and sax man do his thing at his regular Wednesday show. Free, 8pm, J&O's Cantina, 1014 S. Presa St., (210) 485-7611.
– Michael Marks, @michaelpmarks