October 5, 2010
The Downtown Resident’s Association (DRA) is organizing a community-wide “National Night Out” (NNO) celebration on October 5, 2010 at Hemisfair park for downtown San Antonio. In its 27th year, National Night out is a crime/drug prevention event sponsored by the National Association of Town Watch. Neighborhoods across the country come together to celebrate community and foster relationships to prevent crime. Nationally, the event had over 36 million participants last year.
November 19, 2010
Downtown Alliance’s 7th annual Urban Spaces event is scheduled for Friday Nov. 19. The fun-filled guided walking tour will cover downtown's most exciting residential, commercial, and cultural spaces of downtown San Antonio. Food and drinks will be served along the way, and the tour will culminate with an ending reception at Rio Plaza, with one of the best rooftop view of downtown. Space is limited, so please RSVP today and sign up for your preferred time slot. Tours leave every half hour beginning at 4pm. Student and military discounts are also available. Learn more>
The powerpoint slides for the State of Downtown luncheon on 11/9/10 is now available.Learn more>
You are invited to join us in a moderated discussion with Mayor Castro, as a special follow up to our 2009 Breakfast with the Next Mayor series in which we heard from several of the then-candidates for Mayor.Learn more>
Come downtown this New Year's Eve!
Southern Living Magazine recently ranked San Antonio the top destination in the South for the holidays, and downtown San Antonio is a big reason why! From established traditions like the Ford Holiday River Parade to new ones like the Pearl's Tamale Festival, there is something for everyone downtown.
To Live Forever: Egyptian Treasures from the Brooklyn Museum October 16, 2010 to January 9, 2011. Cowden Gallery. More info>
It’s SAKIds first Monster Bash! Join us for lots of great Halloween activities in a safe and air-conditioned environment. Make your own eyeball slime in the Mad Scientist Lab and visit healthy kid-friendly trick or treat stations. Do the Monster Mash to the music of Leah White, 2009 Parents Choice Award for Best Children’s Artist and show off your costume in our spooktacular fashion show! Tickets $7 member/$9 non member. Learn more>