More details were released Friday about the Tricentennial’s citywide Commemorative Week, May 1-6.
After hosting tens of thousands of people for the NCAA Men’s Final Four last weekend, what’s next for the 25-year-old Alamodome?
The executive board is confident it will meet its fundraising goals in time for Commemorative Week, May 1-6, despite what previous leaders admitted was a late start.
The Tricentennial Commission on Wednesday unanimously approved the appointment of Assistant City Manager Carlos Contreras as its executive director.
Former Tricentennial Commission head Edward Benavides is resigning from the City of San Antonio, and Carlos Contreras, named the interim executive director, will take the job permanently, according to a memo from City Manager Sheryl Sculley.
These “once-in-a-lifetime events” will receive focus throughout the year with marketing and eventually marked on the Tricentennial Commission’s online calendar as such.
To reflect on all the comings and goings, the Rivard Report compiled a highly subjective list of what’s in the rearview mirror as we leave 2017 behind.
The weather forecast for the Celebrate 300 New Year’s Eve party calls for cold and windy conditions with a chance of patchy drizzle. But Tricentennial officials emphasized Friday that the Hemisfair event will go on regardless of the weather.
This Sunday night, Dec. 31, Hemisfair is the site of the city’s 300th anniversary kickoff celebration featuring a lineup of Texas bands on two stages.
The Tricentennial Commission could bring a local executive out of retirement or “borrow” someone for a year, interim director Carlos Contreras said.