*Sponsored* The San Antonio River Foundation hosts Mountainfilm on Tour on Oct. 3. It’s a collection of documentaries about the environment, social justice, and community building.
Parabola: A Community Reading Series will feature local, regional, and national talent reading alongside student writers.
Robert Amerman started as a San Antonio River Foundation volunteer in 2011. Eight years later, he is stepping down from his role as executive director.
A new public scultpure, “Árbol de la Vida” by Margarita Cabrera, was unveiled Thursday evening on the Mission Reach.
Kayaking contestants competed in 1980’s-themed costumes at the Mission Reach Flotilla Fiesta dressed as Prince, Jane Fonda, a Latino superhero, and others.
Confluence Park hosted more than 15,000 people in over 240 events in 2018. The park has nearly 200 events already planned for 2019.
The Southside park joins notable institutions such as Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture in receiving the award.
Just as the River Foundation is a purpose-driven steward of the San Antonio River, the organization is also an efficient steward of every investment made in its vision.
On Thursday, San Antonians can try 14 original cocktails from local bartenders at the 10th annual Rivertini.
The Plethora sculpture designed for the San Pedro Creek Culture Park will cost $1.5 million dollars to create, double the budgeted cost.