Weekend Event Guide
This weekend is packed with family-friendly adventures, Christmas in July shopping, and a drive-in movie festival. Check out the top five things to do in San Antonio.
Friday, July 17
Cruise into Anthony Michael Hall's Summer Drive-in Film Fest
EVO Entertainment is serving up '80s cinema on the big (outdoor) screen with the help of movie icon Anthony Michael Hall. The Summer Drive-in Film Fest is a four-week series curated and hosted by Hall, and each evening will include a double feature, as well as a 45-minute Q&A with the actor and special guests. The film fest concludes August 8. To purchase tickets and see the full lineup, visit the EVO Entertainment website.
Saturday, July 18
Take a virtual yoga class streamed from the San Antonio Missions
Mobile Om continues its popular virtual outdoor programming with this a class live-streamed from San Antonio Missions National Historical Park. Attendees can expect a 60-minute class featuring poses for all abilities and experience levels led by a Mobile Om instructor. Yoga at San Antonio Missions Park is streamed online at 10 am every first and third Saturday of the month on Mobile Om’s Facebook Live channel. Admission to the virtual class is free.
Shop from home with the help of Good Market: Christmas in July
The Good Market invites locals to indulge in some retail therapy from home during its Christmas in July event airing on Instagram Live. Shop a collection of socially conscious pop-up shops specializing in thoughtful, unique products that make perfect gifts.
Sunday, July 19
Go on a family adventure at Natural Bridge Caverns
Embark on an adventure fit for the entire family at Natural Bridge Caverns, which is open to the public with strict safety and health protocols in effect. Limited capacity admission and advance ticket sales have been put in place to help keep guests and staff socially distant while exploring the attractions, including the Hidden Passages Tour and the 5,000-square-foot outdoor maze.
Spend the day at a historic park
San Antonio Missions National Historic Park has reopened to the public and features four historic sites to explore while you go for a run, walk your dog, or enjoy an open-air scavenger hunt. For those who aren’t quite ready for outdoor exploration, the park has rolled out virtual Junior Ranger Activities and Parks To Go programming to provide a unique experience for children and their families.