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San Antonio Scoop: A Mom’s Guide to June Events

Congratulations—you've made it! Summer is upon us and there is plenty to keep the kiddos busy this first month of summer. I'm always amazed at the variety of events. This month there are movies being shown everywhere and lots of outdoor options, as well as free showings at Santikos Theatres.  June 1–4June 5–11June 12–18June 19–25June 26–30OngoingJune [...]
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New and exciting things coming to San Antonio in 2017 and beyond | Alamo City Moms Blog

New and Exciting Things Coming to San Antonio in 2017 and Beyond

We already love San Antonio, and it seems like it’s getting better all the time. To share our excitement, here is a list of shops, restaurants, attractions, and more that are coming to San Antonio in 2017 and beyond. Retail Bookshelves, bedrooms, toys, meatballs…what has inspired you to drive a hundred miles to Round Rock, […]

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Mad Hatter’s Bash: Everything You Need to Know About Moms’ Night Out 2016

On Saturday, November 5, Alamo City Moms Blog—in partnership with University Health System—will host our fourth annual Moms' Night Out event at the San Antonio Central Library. If you've attended one of our MNO events, you know that an amazing night is being planned and we want you to have all the details. If you haven't had the pleasure yet [...]
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San Antonio Scoop: A Mom’s Guide to October

Y'all remember how October is always a busy month? It's seriously no joke. So let's skip the small talk and get to filling in our calendars, shall we? I'm already double- and triple-booked! OCT 1-7OCT 8-14OCT 15-21OCT 22-28OCT 29-31OngoingOCT 1-7 Saturday, October 1 SAAMOM's Children's Clothing and Equipment Sale, 8:00 A.M.–12:00 P.M. at Crown of [...]
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Don’t Miss Out on the Texas Folklife Festival Fun!

Alamo City Moms Blog is excited to partner with the Texas Folklife Festival to bring you information on their annual family-friendly event held on the grounds of the Institute of Texan Cultures. The Texas Folklife Festival, the signature event of the Institute of Texan Cultures, is once again ready to bring Texas’ great multicultural heritage […]

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Maya: Hidden Worlds Revealed at the Witte Museum

This summer, the Witte Museum is hosting a big, new exhibit called Maya: Hidden Worlds Revealed in an amazing new space, the Mays Family Center. It’s a fun and well-balanced exhibit that will teach you and your kids about art, science, math, and history. You should make plans now to take your family to see Maya this summer, […]

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San Antonio Scoop: Family Fun in the Alamo City for June

Thank you to everyone who participated in our recent survey and let us know what you’d like to see in the coming editions of our event roundups. We’re going through the results and will have something new for you next month. Keep an eye out for the changes! Summer is here, and you can bet San Antonio […]

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San Antonio Scoop: Family Fun in the Alamo City for March

Wildflowers are popping up, and Spring Break is nearly here. There is no shortage of events this month—just look at March 5th alone! Seriously?! Plenty of venues are hosting free or almost free events for the kiddos March 14-18. Be safe and have tons of fun! Don’t forget to download the Free Admission at SA Museums—PDF. […]

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San Antonio Scoop: Family Fun in the Alamo City for the Month of February

We’re changing things up again! The San Antonio Scoop is moving from a weekly listing to a monthly collection of free and paid family- and kid-friendly events. We’ll also be adding more listings to our events calendar, which is always available at the link in the main drop-down menu above. Scroll over “Events” and then […]

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