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Hermann Sons - Louise Schuetze Lodge #3, San Antonio TX | Nearby Businesses


525 S Saint Marys St
San Antonio, TX 78205

(210) 223-1631

Non-Profit Organization Near Hermann Sons - Louise Schuetze Lodge #3

Tobin Center for the Performing Arts
Distance: 0.7 mi Competitive Analysis
100 Auditorium Cir
San Antonio, TX 78205

(210) 223-8624

Our Goals: -Create a 'world-class' permanent home to major performing arts organizations of San Antonio. -Create premiere smaller venue(s) to support the quality, accessibility, and visibility of other emerging arts organizations in the region. -Promulgate arts education. -Integrate the Center into the cultural life of San Antonio, Bexar County, and all of South Texas.

The Children's Hospital of San Antonio
Distance: 0.7 mi Competitive Analysis
333 N Santa Rosa St
San Antonio, TX 78207

(210) 704-2011

The Children's Hospital of SA The only freestanding hospital in San Antonio solely dedicated to providing world-class care to the children of South Texas and beyond.

Beethoven Maennerchor
Distance: 0.6 mi Competitive Analysis
422 Pereida St
San Antonio, TX 78210

(210) 222-1521

King William Fair
Distance: 0.4 mi Competitive Analysis
122 Madison St
San Antonio, TX 78204

(210) 271-3247

Fair Date Saturday, April 29, 2017 Kickoff 9:00am until 6:00pm Things to look forward to in the Historic King William District in San Antonio • Art and Craft Vendors • Live Music • Dance Performances • Food and Beverage Booths • Kids Kingdom • Quirky Parade The day starts with the best little Parade in Texas! A mile and a half meander through the neighborhood which will include: Political Parodies, Parading Pooches, Marching Bands and Belly Dancing. 200 Art & Craft vendors selling original hand crafted items which includes: Stain glass, wind chimes, paintings, photography, ceramics, apparel, home-made foods, home accessories and more! The streets will be filled with the aroma of sizzling fajitas, as families amble the streets enjoying raspas (snow cones) and paletas (popsicles) and Kettle Korn. Food and Beverage booths will be conveniently located throughout the entire neighborhood. Spend the afternoon listening to local and imported bands at four distinct venues. Spread a blanket next to the historic gazebo in King William Park as you enjoy soulful sounds and happy harmonies, listen to lyrical melodies at Pat’s Pub, sit in the shade awhile at Julia’s Veranda, watch in wonder at a variety of ethnic dancers; and experience living history with re-enactors at the 138-year-old Wulff House. Kids Kingdom offers a mix of children’s activities from crafts to basketball games and rides to rock wall climbing in a tree-shaded park setting.

Tejano Music Awards
Distance: 0.7 mi Competitive Analysis
P.O. BOX 761358
San Antonio, TX 78245

Artpace San Antonio
Distance: 0.7 mi Competitive Analysis
445 N Main Ave
San Antonio, TX 78205

(210) 212-4900

The San Antonio Fire Museum
Distance: 0.6 mi Competitive Analysis
801 E Houston St
San Antonio, TX 78205

(210) 390-7236

USO San Antonio
Distance: 0.3 mi Competitive Analysis
203 West Market St, San Antonio International Airport, Ft. Sam Houston
San Antonio, TX 78205

210-227-9373 Downtown OR 210-233-9279 Airport

USO in Downtown San Antonio -- 203 W. Market St. Amenities: Free local meals on Saturdays from 12-2 from local restaurants, WiFi, computer lab, snack bar, soft serve ice cream (weekends only), gaming rooms, battle station, home movie theater room, lounge area, 11 flat screen tv's, children's area and United Through Reading Military Program Room. Steps away from the historic Alamo and famous Riverwalk USO @ San Antonio International Airport -- near baggage claim of Terminal B Amenities: Wifi, computer area, kitchenette, lounge areas, recliners, 60" flat screen TV, information for buses and shuttles to area bases

Goodwill San Antonio
Distance: 0.5 mi Competitive Analysis
406 W Commerce St
San Antonio, TX 78207

(210) 924-8581

Boys Town Texas
Distance: 0.5 mi Competitive Analysis
503 Urban Loop
San Antonio, TX 78204

(210) 271-1010

The Integrated Continuum of Care is unique to Boys Town and provides a tightly linked spectrum of research-proven services based on the Boys Town ModelSM of care. Children and families can begin services at any point and move between levels, all within the same treatment model. This unique approach enables us to help more children and families in more ways, with the same expectations for positive results. For children, this means being successful in school, at home and on the job while growing into productive citizens. For families, it means having a safe home, being able to solve problems and staying together. Texas has 3 Programs in the Continuum of Care. They are: Boys Town Foster Family Services professionally trains Foster Parents who open their own homes to children of all ages to provide safe, effective care and treatment. Foster Parents receive 24-hour support from Boys Town. Common Sense Parenting® provides parents and other caregivers with proven techniques that can help them build good family relationships, prevent and correct misbehavior and improve positive behavior. These informative classes are usually presented in the community and at schools. (www.parenting.org/common-sense-parenting) Boys Town Outpatient Behavioral Health works with children and their families to identify and treat issues such as depression, anxiety, school problems and ADHD. The clinic offers specialized services, including behavioral and psychological assessments, as well as individualized treatment and counseling. Clinic staff coordinates care with a child’s primary care physician, teachers and other professionals to provide an inclusive approach to ensure long-term success. Clinics are part of the Boys Town Center for Behavioral HealthSM. Boys Town Texas also offers these following services: The Boys Town National Hotline (800.448.3000) is a free resource and counseling service that assists youth and parents 24/7, year-round, nationwide. The Hotline receives about 150,000 calls a year. (www.boystown.org/national-hotline) Parenting.org is a free online resource that provides practical, skill-based materials and information for parents and caregivers of children of all ages. (www.parenting.org) The Boys Town Press produces books, audio products, DVDs, display materials and other resources to assist children, parents, caregivers, educators and other professionals. www.yourlifeyourvoice.org is a special website that enables and encourages teens to share their problems, concerns and challenges in positive, creative ways and provides access to immediate help in a crisis.

Girls Incorporated of San Antonio
Distance: 0.7 mi Competitive Analysis
1209 S Saint Marys St
San Antonio, TX 78210

(210) 212-2510

Hermann Sons Dance
Distance: 0.0 mi Competitive Analysis
515 S Saint Marys St
San Antonio, TX 78205

210-226-9261 or 800-234-4124

Alameda Theater | Revive Alameda
Distance: 0.5 mi Competitive Analysis
318 W Houston St
San Antonio, TX 78205

(210) 244-2000

Radius Center
Distance: 0.7 mi Competitive Analysis
106 Auditorium Cir
San Antonio, TX 78205

Texas Masonic Lodge No.8 A.F.&.A.M.
Distance: 0.2 mi Competitive Analysis
122 Washington
San Antonio, TX 78204

(210) 224-8301

Venturelab
Distance: 0.6 mi Competitive Analysis
1112 S Saint Marys St
San Antonio, TX 78210

(800) 672-5921

We develop communities and experiential learning programs that introduce, inspire, and encourage young people and young women to enter and succeed in technical, creative, and entrepreneurial fields. ESTEAM Framework Our programs incorporate entrepreneurial thinking, design thinking and creativity and are built around a framework called ESTEAM, which we believe are the building blocks for success in tomorrow’s world. ESTEAM stands for Entrepreneurship, Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math. We are developing the next generation of creative innovators and entrepreneurs through education and mentorship.

God Belongs In My City San Antonio
Distance: 0.6 mi Competitive Analysis
500 W Commerce St
San Antonio, TX 78207

(210) 923-7759

Contact Person(s): Sammy Lopez- [email protected] Lucas Barrientes- [email protected] Adam Torres, Jr.- [email protected] Alejandra Cervantes- alejandr[email protected] Jonathan Sosa- [email protected]

San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium
Distance: 0.4 mi Competitive Analysis
7979 Wurzbach Road, MC 8224
San Antonio, TX 78229

(210) 450-1550

AccessAbility Fest
Distance: 0.6 mi Competitive Analysis
514 W Commerce St
San Antonio, TX 78207

(210) 704-7262

Who Should Attend? Individuals with all types of disabilities, Families and Loved One who know someone with a disability, nurses, health care professionals, resource information call center volunteers, community liaisons, social workers, educators, special ed teachers, support group facilitators, service providers, caregivers and the general public. Bring the family out for a day of fun! This Event Features: Appearances by local Legislature and Candidates Experts for free one-on-one consultation Live Entertainment | Games | Activities | Train Rides | Face Painting | Mascots | Health Screenings Costume Contest for Attendees Information and Resource booths AccessAbility in Action Award Presentation Visit www.AccessAbilityFest.com for more details and to register for Ask The Expert slots.

The Texas Meeting
Distance: 0.5 mi Competitive Analysis
900 E Market St
San Antonio, TX 78205

Non-Profit Organization Near Hermann Sons - Louise Schuetze Lodge #3

Hermann Sons Dance
Distance: 0.0 mi Competitive Analysis
515 S Saint Marys St
San Antonio, TX 78205

210-226-9261 or 800-234-4124

Yo Soy Guatemala a MATT Founded Program
Distance: 0.1 mi Competitive Analysis
329 Old Guilbeau St
San Antonio, TX 78204

(210) 270-0300

Yo Soy Guatemala es una iniciativa creada por MATT (Mexicans and Americans Thinking Together Foundation), una organización bi-nacional, no partidista, sin fines de lucro . Yo soy Guatemala ayuda al desarrollo económico y reintegración laboral a los inmigrantes que hayan optado por regresar a Guatemala , o bien, se hayan visto en la necesidad de hacerlo. Por medio de una plataforma en línea, se vincula a las personas por su experiencia y talento con empresas que buscan de sus habilidades.

San Antonio Conservation Society
Distance: 0.2 mi Competitive Analysis
107 King William St
San Antonio, TX 78204

(210) 224-6163

Texas Masonic Lodge No.8 A.F.&.A.M.
Distance: 0.2 mi Competitive Analysis
122 Washington
San Antonio, TX 78204

(210) 224-8301

USO San Antonio
Distance: 0.3 mi Competitive Analysis
203 West Market St, San Antonio International Airport, Ft. Sam Houston
San Antonio, TX 78205

210-227-9373 Downtown OR 210-233-9279 Airport

USO in Downtown San Antonio -- 203 W. Market St. Amenities: Free local meals on Saturdays from 12-2 from local restaurants, WiFi, computer lab, snack bar, soft serve ice cream (weekends only), gaming rooms, battle station, home movie theater room, lounge area, 11 flat screen tv's, children's area and United Through Reading Military Program Room. Steps away from the historic Alamo and famous Riverwalk USO @ San Antonio International Airport -- near baggage claim of Terminal B Amenities: Wifi, computer area, kitchenette, lounge areas, recliners, 60" flat screen TV, information for buses and shuttles to area bases

The Volunteer Center at United Way of San Antonio and Bexar County
Distance: 0.3 mi Competitive Analysis
700 S Alamo St
San Antonio, TX 78205

(210) 352-7000

The Volunteer Center serves nonprofit agencies by offering training, technical assistance, consultations and other resources pertaining to the administration of volunteer management programs. San Antonio Volunteer Administrators (SAVA), an organization sponsored by United Way. meets every other month allowing its members to network and expand their knowledge of volunteer management through structured meetings which feature a speaker on topics of interest to this field. Every other month, brown bag workshops are held during the lunch hour focused on helping volunteer administrators at local agencies and organizations improve their volunteer management skills and volunteer programs. An annual nonprofit board volunteer orientation is also held. A Corporate Volunteer Council (CVC)was formed in 2007 to address the needs of corporate and business workplace volunteer groups. Meetings are offered quarterly and provide opportunities to network and receive training on volunteer management in the work place. Additional information can be found at www.unitedwaysatx.org. The Volunteer Solutions web-based software is offered to any nonprofit agency at no cost allowing them to list their volunteer opportunities. Several features such as The Board Rules allow agencies to post their specific board volunteer needs while Product Connections serves a vehicle to post different needs. Several listings are published on the United Way website and include the Ways of Caring, which is a comprehensive directory of general volunteer needs in more than 200 agencies and volunteer programs throughout San Antonio and Bexar County. In the fall, the HoliDays of Caring lists both tangible and volunteer Agency needs. The Volunteer Center coordinates with the San Antonio Express-News to run a weekly volunteer column and with the Community Calendar Cable TV to run PSAs. These opportunities are also publicized on our website. Several volunteer events are coordinated by the Volunteer Center. Night of a Thousand Stars is an event honoring individuals, families, groups and youth who volunteer in our community. At this gala event, awards are given to honor deserving volunteers. The Feast of Sharing is an annual event sponsored by H-E-B, in which the Volunteer Center takes a leadership role by recruiting, training and managing over 1,000 community volunteers who help serve a holiday dinner to those who are hungry or lonely. Volunteers are also recruited for the Raul Jimenez Annual Thanksgiving Dinner. The Volunteer Center also collaborates with the City of San Antonio and various corporations to sponsor large-scale volunteer projects throughout the year.

San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium
Distance: 0.4 mi Competitive Analysis
7979 Wurzbach Road, MC 8224
San Antonio, TX 78229

(210) 450-1550

San Antonio Economic Development Foundation
Distance: 0.4 mi Competitive Analysis
602 E Commerce St
San Antonio, TX 78205

(210) 226-1394

San Antonio Riverwalk
Distance: 0.4 mi Competitive Analysis
110 Broadway St
San Antonio, TX 78205

(210) 227-4262

Millions of people visit the River Walk each year to enjoy this unusual urban sanctuary that winds along the San Antonio River in central San Antonio, one story below the bustling street level. Restaurants, galleries and shops line the banks of the downtown River Walk while the north and south banks of the River are less commercial. The River Walk’s new Museum Reach opened in May 2009 and stretches north along the San Antonio River, and connects the existing River Walk to the San Antonio Museum of Art and the 125-year-old Pearl Brewery, a vibrant urban village. New public art installations, by local, national and international artists, line the banks. A lock and dam system, the only one in Texas, overcomes a 9-ft. rise in elevation. Take a river taxi and navigate right through the lock and dam. The Museum Reach is the first phase of a concerted community effort to revitalize the San Antonio River begun in 1998. A comprehensive, multi-year project is underway to restore and enhance 13 miles of the San Antonio River both north and south of downtown. Take a Sunset River Cruise One of the best ways to see the new art installations along the River Walk Museum Reach is a sunset taxi ride. You'll see the full charm and beauty of the art lit up in the darkness. Pick up a river taxi at convenient stops along the River Walk. The Rio Taxi drivers have tickets on board that you may purchase, or you may purchase them in advance at a ticket location. Find boarding points and get tickets Guided River Tour Explore the River Walk's downtown section aboard a river cruiser. You'll learn about San Antonio's rich history from a professional storyteller who is also the boat captain. It's a great way to learn more about San Antonio and its famous River Walk.

King William Fair
Distance: 0.4 mi Competitive Analysis
122 Madison St
San Antonio, TX 78204

(210) 271-3247

Fair Date Saturday, April 29, 2017 Kickoff 9:00am until 6:00pm Things to look forward to in the Historic King William District in San Antonio • Art and Craft Vendors • Live Music • Dance Performances • Food and Beverage Booths • Kids Kingdom • Quirky Parade The day starts with the best little Parade in Texas! A mile and a half meander through the neighborhood which will include: Political Parodies, Parading Pooches, Marching Bands and Belly Dancing. 200 Art & Craft vendors selling original hand crafted items which includes: Stain glass, wind chimes, paintings, photography, ceramics, apparel, home-made foods, home accessories and more! The streets will be filled with the aroma of sizzling fajitas, as families amble the streets enjoying raspas (snow cones) and paletas (popsicles) and Kettle Korn. Food and Beverage booths will be conveniently located throughout the entire neighborhood. Spend the afternoon listening to local and imported bands at four distinct venues. Spread a blanket next to the historic gazebo in King William Park as you enjoy soulful sounds and happy harmonies, listen to lyrical melodies at Pat’s Pub, sit in the shade awhile at Julia’s Veranda, watch in wonder at a variety of ethnic dancers; and experience living history with re-enactors at the 138-year-old Wulff House. Kids Kingdom offers a mix of children’s activities from crafts to basketball games and rides to rock wall climbing in a tree-shaded park setting.

Artpace San Antonio's Chalk It Up
Distance: 0.4 mi Competitive Analysis
Houston St (Between Jefferson St and Main Avenue)
San Antonio, TX 78205

(210) 212-4900

On Saturday, October 10, 2015, Artpace will present its 12th Annual Chalk It Up arts festival. Thanks to Presenting Sponsor Argo Group and our generous supporters, this annual celebration of contemporary art empowers the San Antonio community by providing free access to creative activities designed to engage and embolden young audiences. In 2013, more than 22,500 people gathered to express their creativity among family, friends, and neighbors along four blocks of downtown’s Houston Street. Using the temporary and accessible medium of chalk, Artpace transports its mission to serve as a creative laboratory into the public sphere by providing barrier-free, direct engagement with the arts for all San Antonians. In fact, for many of the attendees, Chalk It Up is a hands-on introduction to art and art making. At its core, Chalk It Up plays a pivotal role in ensuring students continue to experience and explore the possibilities of art. Through participation in the festival’s street gallery and adjacent creation stations, children—who comprise an overwhelming majority of the audience—gain an invaluable opportunity to practice teamwork and sharpen critical thinking skills, proven outcomes of access to art education. Taking place on Saturday, October 11, 2014, from 10am to 4pm, Chalk It Up is entirely funded by Artpace’s generous partners who enjoy opportunities for community-wide brand exposure in exchange for event underwriting.

FreeFlow Research
Distance: 0.5 mi Competitive Analysis
219 E Houston, Suite 300
San Antonio, TX 78205

(773) 733-0731

Who we are: FreeFlow Research, a Global Innovation Accelerator is a 501(c)(3) corporation that provides a complete solution to retain and attract talented individuals from around the globe. Our main goals are: 1. U.S. Economy. Revitalize the US economy by welcoming immigrants, innovators, foreign trade and investment as a means to create jobs and promote economic growth. 2. Tools. Provide to international students and entrepreneurs the strategic and educational tools to better connect with the existing resources and services in order to create businesses and become a part of our country’s recovery. 3. International Network. Create an international network of students, professionals, innovators, and entrepreneurs. Why we do it: 1. We care! A little rhetoric about “for us people (immigrants) go first….before money on anything else we want to remove barriers to talented people from around the globe to invest in the U.S and achieve a better life! How do we do it? FFR we take every international talented individual enrolled in our program in a journey following a critical path to achieve his/her goals in terms of immigrating and investing in the United States. For that, our experts have develop a comprehensive method call International Strategic Planning© which has a main goals to minimize errors, deviations, omissions, financial losses, tax complications, legal conflicts, immigration rejection, and frustrations during the process of building Master Strategic Plans (“MSP”). A MSP is a tailored strategic plan that includes financial tax, legal and immigration planning which becomes the main tool for the international individual to immigrate and invest properly in the United States. In addition to the development and implementation on the MSP, thanks to our network we make these individuals have access to the right money (grants, loans, direct investment, etc), Knowledge (Experts) and sweat (Interns, volunteers, part-time or full-time qualified staff, etc) to develop their ideas with higher probability of success.

Nat. M. Washer Lodge #1270
Distance: 0.5 mi Competitive Analysis
212 City
San Antonio, TX 78204

Goodwill San Antonio
Distance: 0.5 mi Competitive Analysis
406 W Commerce St
San Antonio, TX 78207

(210) 924-8581

Niños San Antonio Foundation
Distance: 0.5 mi Competitive Analysis
425 King William
San Antonio, TX 78204

(210) 392-6010

The Texas Meeting
Distance: 0.5 mi Competitive Analysis
900 E Market St
San Antonio, TX 78205

Alameda Theater | Revive Alameda
Distance: 0.5 mi Competitive Analysis
318 W Houston St
San Antonio, TX 78205

(210) 244-2000

USA FENG SHUI Association
Distance: 0.5 mi Competitive Analysis
115 E Travis St
San Antonio, TX 78205

001-210-2409459

Boys Town Texas
Distance: 0.5 mi Competitive Analysis
503 Urban Loop
San Antonio, TX 78204

(210) 271-1010

The Integrated Continuum of Care is unique to Boys Town and provides a tightly linked spectrum of research-proven services based on the Boys Town ModelSM of care. Children and families can begin services at any point and move between levels, all within the same treatment model. This unique approach enables us to help more children and families in more ways, with the same expectations for positive results. For children, this means being successful in school, at home and on the job while growing into productive citizens. For families, it means having a safe home, being able to solve problems and staying together. Texas has 3 Programs in the Continuum of Care. They are: Boys Town Foster Family Services professionally trains Foster Parents who open their own homes to children of all ages to provide safe, effective care and treatment. Foster Parents receive 24-hour support from Boys Town. Common Sense Parenting® provides parents and other caregivers with proven techniques that can help them build good family relationships, prevent and correct misbehavior and improve positive behavior. These informative classes are usually presented in the community and at schools. (www.parenting.org/common-sense-parenting) Boys Town Outpatient Behavioral Health works with children and their families to identify and treat issues such as depression, anxiety, school problems and ADHD. The clinic offers specialized services, including behavioral and psychological assessments, as well as individualized treatment and counseling. Clinic staff coordinates care with a child’s primary care physician, teachers and other professionals to provide an inclusive approach to ensure long-term success. Clinics are part of the Boys Town Center for Behavioral HealthSM. Boys Town Texas also offers these following services: The Boys Town National Hotline (800.448.3000) is a free resource and counseling service that assists youth and parents 24/7, year-round, nationwide. The Hotline receives about 150,000 calls a year. (www.boystown.org/national-hotline) Parenting.org is a free online resource that provides practical, skill-based materials and information for parents and caregivers of children of all ages. (www.parenting.org) The Boys Town Press produces books, audio products, DVDs, display materials and other resources to assist children, parents, caregivers, educators and other professionals. www.yourlifeyourvoice.org is a special website that enables and encourages teens to share their problems, concerns and challenges in positive, creative ways and provides access to immediate help in a crisis.