San Antonio, TXUSA 78230
November 8, 2011
Hi. I'm the Executive Director of the Radius Center, a non-profit hub and event destination. Originally from Massachusetts, I moved here in 1989 with my job and decided to stay! My daughter and grandson live here in SA, so I'm stickin' around!
I live around the Medical Center, but I'm the Executive Director of the Radius Center just north of downtown.
I work 8:30 - 4:30, but am available most other times.
I'm offering a venue. The Radius Center is a non-profit hub, housing the Youth Orchestras of San Antonio (YOSA), the San Antonio Dance Umbrella, Children's Chorus of San Antonio and the Alamo City Men's Chorale.
I had been retired for a few years and received a call from the owner of the Radius Center. We've known each other a while, and he indicated he wanted to move the vision in a different direction. So, he asked me to come down and help with that. I enjoy working with the non-profits and coordinating events.
The non-profit, artistic aspect of Radius is special. Although we don't try to be all things to all people, we cater nicely to groups looking for a private venue.
Hi, Jim, my husband and I are coming this Thursday. We both love board games. I am looking forward to meeting you.
Hi Jim, I would like to invite your group to my champagne bar, The Bubble Room, for live jazz. It will be Sunday, April 15, 7p-10p. There is a $5 cover. Hope to see yall there! You can get our info on facebook or at: thebubbleroomsa.com--Thanks, Vanessa
Hi! I was reading your intro and I also am a hippie and grandparent with a wide range of interests. I miss board games and love coffee so we have lots in common. Looking forward to meeting you tomorrow.
Thanks for the warm welcome jim you will be sure to see me at some of the F.A.C.T events they seem to be good topics and some thing that I can learn about another person point of view on them get a different perspective widen my view of scope
There are so many topics to discuss today that it's hard to pick just a few. But here are some broad topics: science and techology and their impact on society for good or ill; how history keeps repeating itself, also for good or ill; the status of the middle class in the U.S.; and I'm sure there are many others. What about you? What are some of your favorite discussion topics?
Hi, Jim. I think an opening get-together would be a good idea so everyone can meet and get an idea of things they'd like to do. There are all sorts of free lectures in town, at Trinity University, St. Mary's and elsewhere. Also the Mind Science Foundation and World Affairs Council have great lectures, but there is a charge for them. I'm sure the other members of the group will have some great ideas. Karen
Hi Jim, welcome to the Nature Hounds! Hope to meet you, Ginger & Latte soon!