The Rivard Report offers a variety of free and ticketed community events, as well as private member-only events. Sign up for our monthly event newsletter to keep your calendar filled:


February Schedule

Urban Wild: A Poetry and Photography Celebration
Urban Ecology Gathering Hall at Phil Hardberger Park 
8400 NW Military, San Antonio TX 78230
Tuesday, Feb. 11 
6:30 – 8:30 p.m. 

Rivard Report members RSVP here.

Join us for this upcoming member event! Come celebrate nature as local poets Wendy Barker, John Phillip Santos, Frances Treviño, and Mobi Warren, share their poems inspired by the great outdoors. While listening, stroll the Gathering Hall to also see the beautiful photography by park visitors. Wine and Hors d’oeuvres will be served. This event is presented in partnership with Gemini Ink and Phil Hardberger Park Conservancy.

If you are having an issue with RSVP’ing, please contact us at Non-members are able to attend for $25.

Rivard Report 8th Birthday Bash
126 Gonzales St. Suite 100, San Antonio TX 78205
Wednesday, Feb. 19 
6:00 – 8:00 p.m. 

General Admission $25

Rivard Report Members FREE

I’m ready to celebrate my local nonprofit newsroom! 

You’re invited to our office in St. Paul Square to help us celebrate the Rivard Report’s 8th birthday! Founded as a community blog by longtime journalist Robert Rivard and his wife, Monika Maeckle, the 501(c)(3) nonprofit Rivard Report has grown to become a leading local source of high-quality, trustworthy journalism.

Join us for a night of food, conversation, cake, and more as we make a wish to continue delivering the news that matters most to you. Cheers!

If you are a Rivard Report member and have not received your discount code contact

March Schedule

PK-12 Education Forum V
Mays Family Center, The Witte Museum 
3801 Broadway, San Antonio TX 78209
Tuesday, March. 24 
11 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Luncheon tickets available now!

The annual San Antonio Regional PK-12 Education Forum is celebrating our fifth year of programming! This year we are focusing the theme on  teachers and the long lasting impact they have on children’s lives. We will dig deep into the challenges educators face in the state of Texas. A portion of the proceeds from the event provide grants to support local nonprofit education initiatives. Nonprofits interested in applying for the 2020 Education Forum Grants can submit their interest to  

Thank you to our early lead sponsors: Mike and Louise Burke · Schulman, Lopez, Hoffer & Adelstein, LLP · City Education Partners ·  The Ewing Halsell Foundation · School of Science and Technology  · The Gambrinus Company · The DoSeum · Great Hearts · Frost · San Antonio Area Foundation · Witte Museum · City Year · Compass Rose · The Dee Howard Foundation

Interest in being a 2020 Education Form V sponsor? Contact Laura Lopez at for this year’s available opportunities.

Questions? Contact us at

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