Between 1,500 and 3,000 bat enthusiasts are expected to gather to watch the cloud of Mexican free-tail bats embark to feast on the city’s plentiful bugs and insects.
The San Antonio Symphony’s official chorus needs new voices for their 2017-18 concert season and is holding auditions for all vocal parts.
Participants were provided with comment cards asking them to list their three favorite design and public art elements.
Tish Hinojosa plans to host singer-songwriters, present intimate concerts, art exhibits, music workshops, kids programs, and community events at the house.
One of the city’s cherished holiday season events is Ballet San Antonio’s rendition of The Nutcracker performed at the Tobin Center.
The Santikos Mayan Palace and Palladium IMAX movie theaters are being renovated to add reclined seating, upgraded lobbies, and more snack options.
The councilmen want to find a more appropriate location to house the memorial, where its historical value may be integrated in an “educational context.”
Staff at the The DoSeum anticipated that its millionth guest would walk through the children museum’s doors on Monday – so they prepared a surprise reception for the unsuspecting family in the lobby that afternoon.
San Antonio has an abundance of summer programs for youth designed to inspire and nourish minds in formation.
The 23rd International Conference on Historical Linguistics will be in San Antonio on Monday, July 31, through Friday, Aug. 4, downtown at Hotel Contessa.
All San Antonio and Bexar County emergency service personnel are welcome, and the zoo will give 50% off admission to four guests of each personnel member.