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San Antonio Scoop: A Guide to Family-friendly Events in September

School's back in session, and everyone is trying to find their groove again. I know I am! This month we'll ease into the fall festival season that always packs October and even November with events up and down the calendar. In addition, Hispanic Heritage Month starts mid-September with Diez y Seis celebrations and goes through mid-October, [...]
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District 7: Back to School Bash

On August 11th the District 7 Council Office of Ana Sandoval will be collaborating with Place for Life for our annual Back to School event. This year, with the help of our co-host, we seek to amplify the impact we can make on some of San Antonio’s youngest residents. Our event will provide school supplies, backpacks, physicals, and immunizations to approximately 2,000 elementary and middle school children in District 7 and the surrounding community.

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Travis Park Celebration

Travis Park is celebrating its fourth anniversary since its grand re-opening in 2014, and to celebrate, the City of San Antonio’s Center City Development and Operations Department is hosting a full day of free community activities on Tuesday, July 24!

Free activities include a yoga session with swag, prizes, and complimentary coffee and pastries hosted by Gold’s Gym from 9:30-10:30 a.m. Travis Park will also have food trucks, live music, Steel City Pops paletas, and fun games from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. for the public to enjoy. From 5:30-7:30 p.m., discover a new way to unwind at Travis Park with painting activities, cold beverages, and an authentic Hawaiian performance featuring drumming, hula and fire dancing. Once the sun sets and the temperatures cool, Travis Park will conclude the anniversary celebration with a movie night under the stars featuring Disney’s “Lilo & Stitch”. The pre-entertainment starts at 7 p.m. with balloon animals, face painting, and fun hula dancing lessons with Moana. Free for all, and great for the whole family.

Enjoy free parking after 5 p.m. at City operated garages, lots, and meters as part of Downtown Tuesday (some restrictions apply).

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Frost Bank Summer School Supply Drive

All through 2018, Frost is celebrating its 150th anniversary with a series of events designed to give back to the communities where it does business. Following up on the success of its statewide food drive in the first quarter and toiletry drive in the second quarter, Frost is launching drives in each of its regions across Texas this month to collect school supplies items to make sure local kids are prepared when school starts.

From July 9-27, Frost will collect donations of school supplies at any of its more than 130 financial centers across Texas during lobby hours. At the end of the month, Frost will deliver the items to nonprofit agencies serving the communities where the items are collected. Local donations will benefit Communities in Schools San Antonio. Donation items include:

 

                        No. 2 pencils

Colored pencils

Pencil sharpeners

Erasers

Ballpoint pens

Markers

Dry-erase markers

Highlighters

Crayons

5-inch scissors

12-inch rulers

Composition notebooks

Spiral notebooks

Folders with brads and pockets

2-inch and 3-inch binders

Dividers

Loose-leaf notebook paper

3×5-inch index cards

Glue bottles and glue sticks

USB drives

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FROST SUMMER SWEET TREATS

Frost invites families to come to participating San Antonio-area financial centers for a cold and sweet summer treat as it puts a smile on people’s faces through the summertime heat. Frost will host a series of local providers offering guests a variety of frozen goodies. These events are free and open to the public.

The summer treats are an annual tradition at Frost, where dedication to the community has been part of the culture since the company began in 1868.

 

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San Antonio Summer On a Budget 2018: Free and Cheap Activities for the Whole Family

Can you smell the sunscreen and bug spray? Are you stocking up on popsicles and pool snacks? A San Antonio summer is quickly approaching, and ACMB is happy to provide you with a list of free and almost free summer activities. Get out and explore our great city! Free Admission to Museums The Witte: FREE! Tuesdays from […]

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Paragon Splash & Dash

The Paragon Splash and Dash is a summer series of swim-run races held on a Sunday every four weeks starting in May. Anyone between the ages of 6 and 17 is invited to join. Get involved and try something new this summer!
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Paseo por El Westside

Celebrate the Westside of San Antonio’s history, culture and people with the Paseo por El Westside on Saturday, April 7 at the Rinconcito de Esperanza (816 S. Colorado).

This event is intergenerational at the core with activities for all ages. The event will include fotobanner tours through the Westside, workshops, demos, food, and live music.

The community will also get a chance to visit the newest building on the Rinconcito property, which is an adobe (compressed earth block) building that is used as a studio for MujerArtes, our women’s clay cooperative. In the summer of 2016, the women of MujerArtes learned how to create the compressed earth blocks and helped build the building; they were instrumental in the design process.

Admission is free and the event is open to the public as well as family friendly. The whole family is invited whether they were born and raised in the Westside or simply enjoy cultural festivities honoring San Antonio’s heritage!

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San Antonio Scoop: A Guide to February Events

The February Scoop is presented by the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo. Anyone else wondering where January went? How is it already February?! San Antonio kicks off the Stock Show & Rodeo this month; it runs for about two weeks. Plus, throughout February you'll find events celebrating Black History Month, with several hosted by the [...]
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