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Grand Ol' Days Celebration
Barbecue. 9:30 - 11:30 a.m. C nto n i Concert Under the Stars.
Featuring music by Terri Hendrix
Crafts for grandkids - 11:30 a.m. performing songs from her latest
Flag Ceremony, Noon - 1 p.m. CD, "Cry Till You Laugh." $5 ad-
Barbecue luncheon and concert. mission. Bring your own seating.
Commanders House, 624 S. No outside food. Concessions
Main. $3. Pre-registration available. Gates open at 6 p.m.
required. Call 224-1684. Music begins at 7 p.m. For
information, call 207-3250.
23 - August 6
Dallas Cowboys Training
Camp. Off-season practices and
2010 Calendar of Events training camp in San Antonio.
Visit us online www.sanantonio.gov • For City Calendar information, please Alamodome, 100 Montana St.
Walk. Walker Ranch Historic call the Department of Communications and Public Affairs (210) 207-7234 For schedule information, visit
Landmark Park, 12603 West www.sanantonio.gov/dome.
Ave. 10 a.m. - noon. Reserva-
tions suggested. Participants
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are limited to 15 per hike. Celebration Adult fall slow-pitch softball
A donation of $2 per person, and Fireworks registration begins.
max $6 per family suggested. Leagues include
Call 372-9124 or email Woodlawn men, women and
email@example.com. co-ed division at
Lake Park every level from be-
3-5 ginning recreational to more ad-
Fourth of July at Market vanced competitive teams. Call
Square. Food and beverage 207-3109 or 207-3127 or visit
booths, three stages of live www.saparathletics.com.
music, dancing, arts and crafts,
art displays, patriotic salutes
and more. Market Square, 514
W. Commerce. For information,
call 733-0120 or visit
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City Holiday - Independence Movies By Moonlight. In Historic Rocks, Minerals and Stones. Adult fall co-ed kickball Reg-
Day. City offices and libraries HemisFair Park from 7 - 10 p.m. Kid friendly activity. Second Sat- istration begins. Work groups,
closed. For garbage, recyclables July 8: Back to the Future urday Program at Medina River friends, and families invited to
and brush pickup schedule, visit July 15: Space Odyssey 2001 Natural Area, 15890 Highway 16 get involved in this fun and
www.sanantonio.gov/swmd or July 22: Gremlins South. 9 - 11 a.m. Suggested recreational co-ed sport. Games
call 3-1-1. July 29: Star Trek (2009) donations $2 per person, $4 per are played on Sunday afternoon
For details, call 207-3677. family. Call 624-2575 for reser- in Koger Stokes Softball Com-
4 vations or information. plex. 1315 San Pedro. The cost
July Fourth Celebration and 9 - 11 is $195 per team plus an addi-
Fireworks at Woodlawn Lake Our Part of Town Talent Show 14 tional $11 participation fee per
Park. Fun-filled day featuring audition. Berta Almaguer Wild! Wednesdays. Extraordi- roster player. Call 207-3114.
games, food, musical entertain- Dance Studio, 138 S. Josephine nary Experiences in Nature!
ment and fireworks. Free event. Tobin Drive. Open to amateur Family oriented and targeted to 26
Children’s Salute to the Red, performers with San Antonio ad- ages 7 to 11 years. Hike to Girls fall fast-pitch softball
White, and Blue Parade begins dresses. 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. Quali- explore the limestone and other registrations begins. The girls'
at 11 a.m. Fireworks at 9 p.m. fying participants will compete in rocks. $5 a class or $10 per divisions are 8 and under; 10
Woodlawn Lake Park. 1103 their City council district shows. family. 9:30 - 11:30 a.m. and under; 12 and under; 14
Cincinnati. For information, visit Free event. Age categories 12 Friedrich Wilderness Park, and under; 16 and under; and
www.saparksfoundation.org. and under; 13 - 19, and 20 and 21395 Milsa. Call 564-6400. 18 and under. For more informa-
over. Call 207-3133. tion, call 207-3109 or 207-3127
16 or visit www.saparathletics.com.
8 Lion's Field Founders Day
Concert Under the Stars. Celebration. Celebration of the 28
Featuring music by Colao. $5 facility’s heritage with a combi- Wild! Wednesdays Extraordi-
admission. Bring your own seating. nation open house and student nary Experiences in Nature!
No outside food. Concessions art show. Music and light lunch Paws and Claws: Examine animal
available. Gates open at 6 p.m. provided. Noon to 6 p.m. Free. pelts, skulls and model feet. Learn
Music begins at 7 p.m. San Lion's Field Adult and Senior about tracking. Make a cast of
Antonio Botanical zycnzj.com/http://www.zycnzj.com/ 2809 Broadway.
Garden, 555 Citizen Center, an animal track. $5 a class or
1, 7, 8, 15, 21 and 22 Funston Place. Call 207-3250. For information, call 826-9041. $10 per family. Call 564-6400 or
BRAVO! An Evening of Song email firstname.lastname@example.org
and Dance. Experience the 10 21 Visit www.sanaturalareas.org.
traditional costumes and dra- Growing Up Wild - Second Wild! Wednesdays Extraordi-
matic performances in numbers Saturday Program. For families nary Experiences in Nature!
presented by the Fandango and with children ages 3 to 7. Nature 9:30 – 11:30 a.m. Friedrich
Alamotion Dance Troupes. games and hands-on activities. Wilderness Park, 21395 Milsa.
The City of San Antonio’s Budget Input Box
Historic Arneson River Theatre 10 a.m. - noon. Eisenhower Make ink from an insect house; initiative provides a forum for residents to
in La Villita in downtown San Park, 19399 N.W. Military. $3 sample some ‘bug juice’. Write offer their suggestions on how the City of San
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gate. Call 207-3132. mended. Call 372-9124 or email family. Call 564-6400 or email idea that you would like to submit, visit
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