San Antonio Parks and Recreation

Jack Morgan

The lively event Blues in the Garden takes place in a once-unlikely location, the quarry now known as the Japanese Tea Garden. 


Aaron Gallegos / San Antonio Parks & Recreation Department

Thirty five local kids were asked what it means to be from San Antonio…Texas, and the world. And then they were given art supplies. That artwork now hangs in the Institute of Texan Cultures in an exhibit called “Little Texan, Big World.”

 

Texas Public Radio

San Antonio Parks and Recreation Department officials have announced that the park curfew will be lifted at selected City parks for the Easter holiday.

The park curfew will be lifted beginning at 11 p.m. on Thursday, April 13, and will resume at 11 p.m. on Easter Sunday, April 16.

Curfew Lifted At Selected Parks For Easter

Mar 18, 2016
Texas Public Radio

San Antonio Parks and Recreation Department officials have announced that the park curfew will be lifted at selected City parks for the Easter holiday.

The park curfew will be lifted beginning at 11 p.m. on Thursday, March 24, and will resume at 11 p.m. on Easter Sunday, March 27.

Paul Flahive, Texas Public Radio

San Antonio's San Pedro Springs Park, the second oldest city park in the United States, is getting some needed updates.

The city is spending $1.8 million to create a perimeter trail with LED lighting, additional signage and monument walls.  The improvements were identified by residents in the 2013 Master Plan update.

City Archeologist Kay Hines says the changes will make the park more inviting.

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