COMMUNITY: Out of Town



The 125th celebration honors the city’s diverse cultures with parades, food, music, fireworks, and lots of fun for everyone. Thu.-Sun., April 20-30.

San Antonio, 210/227-5191

Float Fest

Get ready for one of the biggest water and music festivals of year as international, national, and regional bands get in the act on the banks of the San Marcos River. Sat.-Sun., July 22-23.

Cool River Ranch, San Marcos

Hill Country Film Festival

Immerse yourself in indie movies along with the filmmakers, panel discussions, and parties at a small-town festival with a big heart. Thu.-Sun., April 27-30.

Fredericksburg, 830/217-3200

Maintenance Day

Once a year the archeological site asks for volunteers to spend half a day cutting brush and other chores before enjoying a barbecue lunch. RSVP today. Work day, Sat., May 6, 8:30am-1pm. Free, barbecue included.

Gault Archeology Site, Temple,

Night in Old San Antonio

Celebrate the heart and soul of Old San Antone through its food, music, drink, and games. Thu.-Fri., April 27-28.

La Villita National Historic District, San Antonio

Red Poppy Festival

Take the driving tour to see the poppies blooming around then enjoy the music, food, parade, arts & crafts, and family fun. Fri.-Sun., April 28-30. Free.

Georgetown, 512/930-3535

Texas in the First World War

Look back at Texas’ role in World War I on the 100th anniversary of U.S. involvement through stories, photos, and artifacts. Thru March 11, 2018.

Institute of Texan Cultures, San Antonio

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