TPR Events & Initiatives

At a glance:

Pinnacle Dinner with Don Gonyea, Friday, September 22nd at 6pm

Worth Repeating, Tuesday, October 10th at 7pm

TPR Cinema: "Altered States" on Tuesday, October 24 at 7:30pm

TPaRbor Clean Up, Saturday, October 28 near Mission Reach

TPR Cinema: "The Philadelphia Story" on Wednesday, November 8 at 7:30pm

 

Disney/Pixar

Friends of Texas Public Radio, join us and Walt Disney Studios at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, June 14 at the Santikos Palladium for a free preview screening of the new family film "Finding Dory." The film is a sequel to Disney/Pixar's beloved animated film "Finding Nemo," released in 2003. The film is rated PG.

Nathan Cone / TPR

What does it take to survive in the face of adversity? What about sickness? A major disaster? Why do some people seem ‘stronger’ than others? At TPR’s Think Science: Human Resilience, on May 27, the audience heard stories about people who have been through traumatic events, and a local researcher offered his own perspective on what makes it possible for humans to bounce back.

"Resiliency comes from hope." --Dr. Marian Sokol

 

Texas Public Radio held its sixth consecutive Silver Solutions event on Thursday, May 19 at TriPoint. This free resource event offered seniors, their families, and caregivers an opportunity to meet with over 60 local businesses, organizations, and heath care experts that shared information on ways to optimize senior health, well-being, and the ability to enjoy life and live independently.

TPR Members Invited To Moondance At Cibolo

May 24, 2016

TPR and Cibolo Nature Center members are invited to a special reception in Boerne on Saturday, June 10 at the Cibolo Nature Center, just before enjoying a concert featuring The Court Jesters, a ten-piece horn-driven rock and R&B band made up of fun-loving lawyers!

The reception will be held in the auditorium of the Cibolo Nature Center from 6:00-7:00pm, just prior to the show, which is outdoors on the CNC Stage. Come spend some time with us and enjoy wine, beer, and light appetizers.

John Poole / NPR

During its first season, the NPR show Invisibilia showed us how science sheds light on what we individually experience; the second season will delve more often into how our lives are entwined, sometimes invisibly, with each other and the larger world. Ready for a preview? Give a listen to the audio below, but remember also to save the date for Thursday, June 16, at 8 p.m. That night, we're hosting a free listening party at Geekdom. Enjoy beer and light refreshments as we circle the chairs, turn up the volume, and blow some minds. (Too over-the-top? Try us.)

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