12 different events during 2018
“A Life for God and a Heart for Others” exhibit tells the story of the Congregation through the stories of the Sisters and their partners including the ministries in which they have worked and served for almost 150 years.
Exhibit hours coincide with venue hours.
More info coming soon
Blooming Leaves of Mexico will be on display at the University Hospital for one year. It is a woven installation, 8 ft high and 25 ft long. This exhibit will be visible to thousands of patients and visitors a month. It will have a description, explaining the Tri-Centennial celebration and the meaning of this piece in its historical significance for San Antonio
Dream Floats is a year long adventure to capture and celebrate the future of our city as we also celebrate its 300th year. In Spring the youth of our city can enter our design competition, of which 300 will be selected to be created as Dream Floats. January 2018: Freshmen, Sophomores, & Juniors enter our design competitionApril through ~July 2018: Check out the Dream Floats as they’re made at our weekly Dream Float Days demo & vote online for your favorite Dream Float
Fall 2018: See the Dream Float Collection & watch a live glass blowing demo at Caliente Hot Glass.
Winter 2018: Dream Floats are returned to the schools & students
Healthy Smiles for Texans (HST) provides free, comprehensive dental care to the elderly, disabled, veterans, domestic violence survivors and the medically compromised.
The Classic Theatre of San Antonio’s 10th season will present four clasic plays during the calendar year 2018, with attendant student performances and community talk back. The plays will represent the historic perspective which dates back to the dawn of classic theatre, and carries forward to the 20th century.
The church plans to gather 300lbs of food and donate to Inman Christian Center to celebrate the 300 year anniversary for SA!
Every month in 2018 the Tip Top Cafe will tip its hat to the citywide 300th birthday celebration, the Tricentennial, by featuring either menu items, weekly specials or monthly promotions that link to the fun and educational component of celebrating the city’s centuries of culture, food and history.
Art Students from Brackenridge High School and artist, Terry A. Ybanez and Veronica Catillo will exhibit artworks that investigate the family trees of 3 to 4 descendant families from Mission San Jose. There will be an art opening on Saturday, January 6th
Discover how the San Antonio River watershed served as a life source to prehistoric people and their cultures. Learn how 12,000 years of climate shifts impacted the prehistoric hunter and gatherers as they moved in search of food and other critical resources, and how the San Antonio River played a pivotal role in sustaining various forms of life. Gathering at the Waters is a companion exhibition to Confluence and Culture: 300 Years of San Antonio History and expands the narrative to the complex history of San Antonio.