May 13, 2017:     Rainbow Gardens Nursery at the Bandera location:  Leslie Bingham, Secretary of SAHMA will speak on growing & caring for culinary herbs in the garden and in containers.

May 20, 2017:     Basil Fest - At the Historic Pearl Brewery - "Everything BASIL"

May 28, 2017:     Festival of Flowers - Alzafar Shrine on 1604 west frontage road near Stone Oak - there will be cooking demonstrations, featuring Dr. Connie Sheppard from Texas AgriLife.  Samples & handouts of our delicious and nutritious recipes, timed throughout the day. Attend the cooking demos and receive a complimentary copy of our booklet "Herbs" Nutritious and delicious.  Giving you every kind of information on the hardy herbs that thrive here in or climate.

October 21, 2017:  The San Antonio Herb Market Association's flagship event, selling all things herbal - potted herbs, arts and crafts, books, jams and jellies, a wonderful array of herbally related items.  Plus, all sorts of information on growing herbs in the s. central Texas climate.    Held at the beautifully restored, historic Pearl Brewery in downtown San Antonio.  The Herb Market is perfectly timed for getting all of your holiday gifts early and all in one place.  How good is that? 

The San Antonio Herb Market Association, supporting Texas Herb Growers & Artisans since 1991

In addition to the two major events we hold each year, Basil Fest and Herb Market, the San Antonio Herb Market Association can be found speaking at various locations around the county.  In our mission to promote the use of herbs, we partner with local nurseries, colleges, community groups, and host local events to offer Herbal seminars on how to grow, cultivate and use​ the herbs you grow.  We give cooking demonstrations and talk about the benefits of adding herbs into your everyday cooking for a healthy lifestyle.  As we schedule events each year they will be shown here, so check back often.  If you would like to be added to our email list for notification of  upcoming events, go to the Contact Us and fill out a request.  We do not share email addresses - EVER.

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