Carnival festivities, food vendors, and music brought South Alamo Street to life Monday night for the City’s official New Year’s Eve celebration marking the end of the Tricentennial year.
The impact of San Antonio’s yearlong celebrations, in terms of dollars and data, won’t be known until the completion of follow-up studies in 2019.
“30 Poems for the Tricentennial: A Poetic Legacy,” an exhibition of poetry and design, is now on view in the Culture Commons Gallery at Plaza de Armas.
One week after New Orleans hosted the first of two Tricentennial culinary exchanges, San Antonio returned the favor, welcoming chefs from Louisiana.
On Tuesday night, residents and visitors from two Tricentennial cities celebrated the first of two culinary exchange dinners at New Orleans’ SoBou Restaurant.
The Cultural Landscape Foundation is offering free, expert-led tours of two dozen places around San Antonio this weekend.
On Saturday, the City and the University of Texas at San Antonio, are holding a tree-planting event followed by a free tree giveaway at UTSA’s main campus.
On Saturday, the “Pride Bigger Than Texas” parade marched down the LGBTQIA-friendly “Main Strip” toward the city’s new rainbow crosswalks.
The San Antonio Museum of Art’s new Tricentennial exhibition featuring Spanish painters opens to the public June 23 and runs through Sept. 16.
Between toasts to friendships new and old, the kind of trade talks that commemorated 300 years of shared history were brewing in Shiner Country this week.