Weekend Event Guide
Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this weekend
Another weekend under quarantine is upon us, and events continue to adapt to keep you entertained. Instead of our standard weekend guide, we’re sharing new ways you can stay connected to the Alamo City, while staying safe. Check out the top five things to do in San Antonio this weekend.
Thursday, April 16
Fuel up with a local brew
Support local business and get your morning pick-me-up at the same time when you order from a neighborhood coffee shop. Alamo City roaster Merit Coffee is serving up to-go and curbside orders — browse the menu and place your order online whenever you need an extra boost.
Friday, April 17
Treat yourself to something sweet
Lick Ice Cream is offering its confections to-go via new curbside and pickup offerings. Guests can still visit the San Antonio locations during adjusted hours of operation and can preorder treats to avoid standing in line. Visit the Lick website to learn more about current safety guidelines and ways to order.
Saturday, April 18
Spend the day on the fairways
Practice social distancing responsibly and get some fresh air on the green. Golf San Antonio is still open, and strict cleaning and safety guidelines have been put in place to ensure each golfer is given adequate space on the course.
Tune into a concert
The Esperanza Center is opening its virtual doors for a free online concert. Tune into Facebook Live or YouTube Live and enjoy the Stay At Home Noche Azul Concert featuring musicians Nina Rodriguez and Emilio Alvarez. The concert will include an interactive element, so prepare to get up and get moving while the music plays. Admission is free, but viewers are encouraged to make donations to the Esperanza Center to show their support for continued programming.
Sunday, April 19
Tour the city’s public art
If your standard walk around the neighborhood has gotten a little stale, try exploring some of the public art on permanent display throughout the city of San Antonio on a self-guided walking or driving tour. Not sure where to start? Check out the San Antonio public art map to see more than 600 public works to discover.