‘Destino San Antonio’ opens Sept. 21 at the Briscoe Western Art Museum, with 80 stereographs detailing San Antonio’s rich history.
Historian Char Miller’s new book, “San Antonio: A Tricentennial History,” will be published in early October.
The Tricentennial fall season includes events at the Mexican Cultural Institute, Luminaria, a new City Fest, and military and service initiatives.
“Walk On The River” unearths 100 years of San Antonio history from the perspective of African-American community builders.
Madrid-based flamenco dancer Primitivo Daza and his dance company performed at the former brewery as part of the Olé San Antonio festival.
Bexar County Commissioners unanimously approved a $337,500 payment to the Canary Islands Descendants Association Tuesday towards the fabrication of five bronze sculptures.
Spain’s king and queen are visiting their former colonial settlement in honor of San Antonio’s Tricentennial, touring sites including Mission San José.
Spain’s King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia are scheduled to visit San Antonio next week, June 16-18, as part of the city’s Tricentennial celebration.
In this Tricentennial year, Dock Space Gallery presents a show about the city’s possible futures, opening Saturday, June 9.
One lasting legacy from the Tricentennial will be a commemorative book, titled “300 Years of San Antonio & Bexar County,” to be published in June.