I am very excited to highlight one of MANY San Antonio Cocktail Conference events that is happening next week! “Women Shaking it Up” is an event that takes place on Wednesday, January 13, 2016 at the Arneson River Theater. I’ll be giving away TWO PREMIUM tickets to this amazing event that includes reserved seating and in-seat beverage service.
Join San Antonio Cocktail Conference for the premiere of the mini-documentary, “Women of Tin”, and then stick around for the BEST OF THE BEST in food and drink from female chefs and bartenders as we celebrate the POWER OF WOMEN in San Antonio.
What: Women Shaking it Up
When: Wed., Jan. 13, 2016 @ 7pm-11pm
How Much: $65 General Admission, $85 Premium Tickets (all the proceeds go DIRECTLY to Girls Inc!)
Remember, you’re investing in local San Antonio charities. 100% of the proceeds from San Antonio Cocktail Conference go back to the community.
Some of the most talented chefs in San Antonio are included:
- Heather Nanez (Bohanan’s)
- Brooke Smith (Esquire)
- Lisa Watel (Bite)
- Diana Barrios (Los Barrios)
- Margeaux Alcorta (Tre)
- Carino Cortez (Viva Villa)
Equally impressive is the lineup of bartenders, including some featured in the “Women of Tin – Official Trailer”:
- Hillary Woodhouse
- Karah Carmack
- Elizabeth Forsyth
Girls Inc of San Antonio Partnership
“Girls cannot become what they don’t see. Seeing female leaders in male-dominated industries across our community come together to empower each other is just what San Antonio and our girls need,” said Lea Rosenauer, President/CEO of Girls Inc. of San Antonio. “We are proud to be partners during the San Antonio Cocktail Conference’s inaugural ‘Women Shaking It Up’ event!”
I am a BIG fan and local support of our San Antonio chapter of the Girls Inc. I love their motto of growing strong, smart, and bold girls and my daughter has gone to many of their events! They have hosted in the past many STEM related events like Made with Code! Click the link to learn about how I keep my daughter interested in STEM too!
Panelist at a Girls Inc Town Hall with Dr. Karen Bierman, Child Clinical Psychologist, Heather Hernandez, Blogger of Geekette Bits, Dr. Sarah Gould, Curator for the Institute of Texan Cultures and Sarah Szuminski, MySA.com Blogger on Women’s Issues.
Girls Inc. of San Antonio delivers life-changing programs that inspire girls to be strong, smart and bold. Research based curricula, delivered by trained professionals, equip girls to achieve academically; lead healthy and physically active lives; manage money; navigate media messages; and discover an interest in science, technology, engineering and math. The network of local Girls Inc. nonprofit organizations serves more than 140,000 girls ages 6 – 18 annually at over 1,400 sites in 350 cities across the United States and Canada.
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About San Antonio Cocktail Conference
San Antonio Cocktail Conference is a Houston Street Charities event. Houston Street Charities is a non-profit organization created by Bohanan’s Prime Steaks & Seafood and Mark Bohanan. It was founded to oversee the San Antonio Cocktail Conference and other charitable endeavors of Bohanan’s, in an effort to make sure that giving back to community remains at the forefront of all of the events. San Antonio Cocktail Conference is a community partnership that donates 100 percent of conference profits to children’s charities. Visit www.sacocktailconference.com.