The year is still fresh, with plenty of time to stress later on. Take it easy with yoga, music, and art for a smooth transition into 2020 this weekend.
Tracey Bennett has been at the San Antonio Public Library Foundation for two decades. She plans to leave her position as president by the end of the year.
Temperatures are predicted to hover around the high 90s this weekend and may even crack triple digits. Stay cool and check out some of these activities.
Bexar County paid the City of San Antonio $2.58 million in 2019 to allow county residents to use San Antonio Public Library resources.
The Central Library eliminated overdraft fees for “young-adult” or “juvenile”materials in an effort to increase access for low-income communities starting June 3 through the spring of 2020.
Pop Con, the 12th annual On & Off Fredericksburg Road Studio Tour, and the San Antonio Chinese Alliance’s New Year gala are all happening this weekend.
An exhibition of World War I propaganda prints from the San Antonio Public Library’s Texana Collection is completing a European tour.
The San Antonio Book Festival and more than 90 authors arrive at the Central Library and Southwest School of Art on Saturday, April 7.
Contemporary Art Month kicked off March 2 at Blue Star Contemporary, and features hundreds of artists from Texas and abroad at venues throughout the city.
A burgeoning local scene means an abundance of exhibitions and events. The official CAM calendar lists many, complete with locations, times and other details.
San Antonio is best known for the Alamo, but a deeper appreciation of its history is found by reading about the people and events that defined the city.