Weekend Event Guide
Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this weekend
Virtual concerts, bike rides, and family-friendly online programming are certain to keep the cabin fever at bay. Check out the top five things to do in San Antonio this weekend.
Friday, May 15
Get hands-on with The DoSeum
Favorite kid-friendly destination The DoSeum is bringing its hands-on activities directly to your living room to liven up your standard homeschool curriculum. The DoSeum has launched the Do It at Home program, featuring a variety of DIY activities suitable for all ages. Each activity is available for free on the DoSeum Facebook page and features step-by-step instructions from a museum Doer so you can follow along at your own pace.
Saturday, May 16
Enjoy #ParkItAtHome Hemisfair programming
Hemisfair is moving two of its signature educational programs online as part of the organization’s #ParkItAtHome initiative. Story Time and Super Fun Saturday programs are now available virtually to keep the kiddos engaged. Activities include DIY crafts, book recommendations, and more for the entire family.
Cool off at a state park lake or river
State parks serve as the perfect place to maintain social distancing while getting a healthy dose of fresh air. Accessible by reservation only, nearby state parks and their corresponding lakes and rivers will help you beat the oncoming summer heat. Be sure to make a reservation online to secure your visit.
Sunday, May 17
Go for a bike ride on a neighborhood trail
Celebrate Bike Month by going for a ride on a neighborhood trail. It's a safe and responsible way to exercise outdoors, all while practicing proper social distancing guidelines. Check out our guide to the best bike trails in San Antonio to get inspired for your next ride.
Tune into the YOSApalooza Virtual Concert Event
In place of its annual season finale at the Tobin Center, YOSApalooza is going virtual with a unique concert experience. The concert will air on Facebook Live and will conclude with a never-before-seen recording of Beethoven’s "Ode to Joy," performed by all 500 YOSA musicians. Tune in for free at 6 pm.