DreamWeek 2014 Youth and Family Events starts January 10th - Family Love In My City

DreamWeek 2014 Youth and Family Events starts January 10th

Wednesday, January 08, 2014

It all begins with a dream. A vision. 
We all have dreams for our family and for our children. It's what keeps me motivated and getting to work everyday. It's what keeps this blog going. It's my hopes to surround my children to different cultures. My vision is for them to grow up to be culturally aware and open minded individuals.

It's DreamWeek. Advancing the voice and modernizing the teachings of Dr. Martin Luther King's vision with a 12 day summit designed to inspire and motivate with all types of events and programs. And I've picked out their youth/family programs to share with you! 

  • San Antonio Children's Museum Reading and Workshop: January 11, 2014
Do you have a dream? Share it at the San Antonio Children’s museum. Help us kick off DreamWeek 2014 on Saturday January 11th. We will be honoring the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King with several exciting events. First local author Carmen Tafolla will read from her children’s book “That’s Not Fair!: Emma Tenyuca’s Struggle for Justice.”
The reading will serve as the inspiration for age appropriate writing activities focused on two questions:
What are your dreams?
Where there is a wrong, what can you do to right it?

1st Reading 1:30PM
Writing Workshop 2:00PM – 4:00PM
2nd Reading – 3:00PM


The San Antonio Writing project will help kids create visual representation and written responses to these questions. Their creative insights will be on display at the museum for the rest of DreamWeek.


  • Youth Soccer Clinic: January 12, 2014, 1 - 4pm at Wheatly Sports Complex
Come have fun while learning and developing your soccer skills! This clinic is free for all boys and girls between the ages of 4-16. There will be workshops for different age groups and skill levels.
It is recommended you bring water, soccer cleats, shin guards and balls if you have them.
This free DreamWeek event is designed to highlight the impact and importance of sports to the community and showcase how individuals and teams can excel while “advancing the voice” of inclusion, diversity and community. Please RSVP online


  • Disney's Princess and the Frog:  January 12, 2014,  2 - 4pm at Ella Austin Auditorium
Free movie screening of Princess and the Frog with popcorn, lemonade and treats for the kids.
Includes short presentation honoring Dreamweek and the importance of all cultures coming together and respecting one another.
Sponsored by Tha1Radio and Deirdra Davis of State Farm

Ella Austin Auditorium is located at 1023 N. Pine St. 78202. 


  • MLK Jr. Youth Empowerment Summit: January 18, 2014, 9am - 4pm 
The Youth Empowerment Summit is designed to educate youth on social issues they may experience in today’s society. This year, the summit has partnered with Rackspace for a robotics session. The summit offers educational workshops facing today’s youth of all ages on a variety of topics including poetry, music, leadership, self-esteem, public service and financial empowerment.
This event is free and open to the public. Youth of all ages are encouraged to attend. To register for this event click here.
The special musical guest will be international superstar Sean Paul, who will perform a medley of hits.


And there's plenty more events, so check out their website for more details. It kicks off this Friday thru January 21st! And follow on twitter with the hashtag #dreamweek2014.

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