What to do with your kids in September in San Antonio
SAN ANTONIO – Summer's over and the kids are back in school but that doesn't mean the fun has to end.
If you're looking for a few family-friendly outing ideas for September there are options for kids of all ages -- from teens to toddlers.
Several festivals are taking place around San Antonio this month and if you're really pumped for Fall, there's even some Halloween-themed events starting this month.
Grandparents get free admission to the DoSeum during the month of September for Grandparents Month!
World Heritage Festival
Sept. 5-9 families can enjoy different events as SA celebrates the San Antonio Missions. The San Antonio Missions are a UNESCO World Heritage designated site.
Six Flags Fiesta Texas Fright Fest
Fright Fest is kicking off on Sept. 14 this year and will continue through Halloween. This year there will be a new haunted house, scare zone and live show.
Big Daddy’s Eats & Treats is hosting the fifth annual Raspa Fest at Comanche Park #2 from 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Sept. 16. This event is free!
San Antonio Zoo Boo
Zoo Boo starts Sept. 22 and will continue through Oct. 28. Saturdays and Sundays guests can enjoy non-spooky Halloween events around the zoo, including pumpkin painting, dance parties, trick-or-treat stations and more. Costumes are encouraged!
Napako - Our Journey
“Napako” is a play that shows one young person’s discovery of the Blue Hole. It’s an original stage production depicting the ancient people of San Antonio. The play will run from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. at Confluence Park on Sept. 22.
Ballet Folklorico of Mexico
The visually stunning Ballet Folklorico of Mexico will be performed Sept. 28 and 29 at the Lila Cockerel Theatre. Music, dance and costumes bring this celebratory ballet to life.
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