Weekend Event Guide
Mobile margarita trucks, digital storytelling, and a trip to the museum are certain to keep you entertained. Check out the top five things to do in San Antonio this weekend.
Thursday, June 4
Tune into PechaKucha San Antonio’s night of storytelling
For the first time ever, PechaKucha San Antonio will host a digital version of its popular series. Each speaker is given 20 slides for their presentation and can speak for only 20 seconds per slide, making for a lightning round of learning. Participating speakers include local educator Gabriela Santiago, animal adoption advocate Ben Yato, composter Kate Jaceldo, and others. Presentations begin at 7 pm on PechaKucha San Antonio’s YouTube and Facebook.
Friday, June 5
Have La Gloria’s frozen margarita delivered to you
San Antonio eatery La Gloria is hitting the road to deliver margaritas and more to your door. The restaurant recently launched a fleet of margarita trucks serving eats and drinks from La Gloria and sister establishment The Fruteria. Place your order online, and put a new spin on “special delivery.”
Saturday, June 6
Pick up fresh produce at Pearl Farmers Market
After temporarily closing, the Pearl Farmers Market is back in business, starting this Saturday. Visitors are encouraged to review current safety policies before they arrive at Pearl. And for those who prefer shopping online, curbside pickup is still available on Fridays.
Unwind with a day at the spa
Relaxation destination Woodhouse Day Spa is back in business with social distancing and sanitizing practices in place. Browse the spa services menu and schedule some time for self-care. Guests will be provided with masks upon request and can expect spaced-out reservations to limit spa capacity.
Sunday, June 7
Visit the Witte Museum
In accordance with eased coronavirus-related restrictions, the Witte Museum has reopened to the public with a curbed capacity. Guests can explore open exhibitions and anticipate reimagined interactive displays as the reopening continues. Advanced tickets must be purchased for entry, and face masks are required of vistors and staff.