Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this weekend
San Antonians are continuing to adapt to life at home using innovative ways to connect with others. In place of our usual roundup of events, we’re highlighting new ways to remain plugged into the city you love. Check out the top five things to do in San Antonio this weekend.
Thursday, April 2
Watch animals do animal things on San Antonio Zoo’s streaming series
In a time of uncertainty, nothing takes the edge off quite like adorable animals. The San Antonio Zoo is sharing a glimpse into the everyday life of its animals and staff with a livestream video series. Tune into zoo yoga, a “kangaroo cam,” or a floating moon jellyfish. All livestreams are also available on Twitch.
Friday, April 3
Catch a drive-in movie
EVO Entertainment Group is taking an old-school approach to social distancing mandates by opening a new drive-in alternative. Guests can pull up to the parking lot of the temporarily closed location in Schertz and watch a free film projected on the exterior wall of the theater. Tickets and showtimes are available through the EVO app, and all screenings will end ahead of the city’s 10 pm curfew. To learn about future screenings happening seven nights a week, visit evodrivein.com.
Saturday, April 4
Take a livestream barre class
Stretch your limits from the comfort of your home with a full-body barre class thanks to Smart Barre San Antonio. Tune into a live class taught by the studio’s familiar faces and power through another quarantine weekend. Visit the Smart Barre Facebook page for more information about upcoming weekend class times.
Make a positivity banner with help from Ruby City
Keep spirits up during this challenging time with a DIY craft. Ruby City staff member Audrey LeGalley leads an online tutorial on how to make a positivity banner with art supplies you have at home. It's an uplifting way to channel cabin fever into creative expression.
Sunday, April 5
Read a novel by a San Antonio Book Festival featured author
The annual San Antonio Book Festival was slated to take place this weekend, but you can still escape with a captivating read. The festival's featured authors page offers an expansive selection of options suitable for readers of all ages and even includes options for a homeschool curriculum.