Wild & Scenic Film Festival to take place at Confluence Park
Wild & Scenic Film Festival showcases environmental and adventure films that illustrate the Earth’s beauty, the challenges facing our planet and the work communities are doing to protect the environment, according to the San Antonio River Foundation.
Looking for a fun weekend activity? Check out this cool kayaking event
What are you up to this coming weekend? We have an idea for you. The San Antonio River Foundation and its partner, the San Antonio River Authority, will host the official kayaking event of Fiesta San Antonio: the Mission Reach Flotilla Fiesta.
You can get a free tree at Roosevelt Park on Saturday
SAN ANTONIO – You can get a free tree at Roosevelt Park on Saturday, thanks to the San Antonio River Foundation and the San Antonio Parks and Recreation Department. Both organizations will be hosting a drive-thru native tree giveaway Saturday, beginning at 8 a.m. There will be 200 free, one-gallon trees available, according to officials. Each vehicle will be limited to one tree while supplies last. Those who take part in the drive-thru will need to stay in their vehicles and wear a mask when speaking to event staff, according to the river authority.
Gather Round for Spooky Stories at San Antonio's Confluence Park This Weekend
click image Facebook / San Antonio River FoundationEvent Details Spooky Stories to Chill Your Bones @ Confluence Park 310 W Mitchell St San Antonio, TX When: Sun., Oct. 20, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Price: Free Special Events MapWith Halloween approaching, Alamo City storytellers are rekindling the time-honored tradition of spinning eerie tales.This Sunday, the San Antonio Storytellers Association is inviting lovers of all things macabre to listen to a litany of spine-chilling adventures. Attendees are encouraged to bring lawn chairs, blankets and their favorite snacks for the free, family-friendly event.The evening will start with stories that, while scintillating, won't give the youngsters recurring nightmares. However, as the sun sets and parents cart off their toddlers for bedtime, the tellers promise to head into far scarier territory and bring listeners to the edges of their seats.sacurrent.com