SAN ANTONIO- Nothing like November in Texas! From one day to the next, the temperature could drop 40F degrees then rise back up to 80F. Here is a list of on and off campus events for students at Our Lady of the Lake University, no matter the weather.

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  1. Santa’s Ranch

Staring on November 8, a colossal of lights will be displayed at Santa’s Ranch. This ranch is sure to drive people into the holiday spirit- Literally. Located at 9561 1-35 North New Braunfels, visitors will have the opportunity to enjoy over a mile of a winding country road filled with Christmas displays, lights and homemade hot-chocolate! For the safety of each guest, you are not allowed out of your vehicle during the road attraction. Students have until January 4. 2020 to visit. For ticket details go to Santa’s Ranch.

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2. Karaoke and open dance night

If you enjoy music then this on-campus event is right for you! On November 18., students will be invited to bust a move and sing along to their favorite tune at the International Folk and Culture Center (IFCC). From 7-9 p.m., you could relieve some stress before finals and participate in karaoke and a open dance night.

3. Go Spurs Go!

If you are a fan of San Antonio’s very own Spurs basketball team, or if you are looking for a night of fun and entertainment- a Spurs game will not disappoint! It is no secret college students to their best to (basket)ball on a budget, and SeatGeek offers NBA tickets for as low as $13. Home games will be located at the AT&T center downtown San Antonio, visit Spurs Schedule for a list of their upcoming home games.

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4. Movie night on-campus

Looking to catch a flick, but don’t want to spend on a movie ticket? On November 20., you and your friends can enjoy a free film at the IFCC. The Greatest Showman will be playing at 6:30 p.m.- presented by Campus Recreation and the IFCC.

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