So, you ate too much turkey on Thanksgiving and you and the family have watched A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving (1973) at least half a dozen times already. What else is there to do? Check out these awesome things to do this weekend (and beyond) in San Antonio.
San Antonio Botanical Garden- 555 Funston Place- Lightscape- (Features a mile-long trail of holiday lights that includes installations like a towering cathedral arch tunnel with 100,000 lights, a field of bluebonnets and a fire feature)- November 19, 2021-January 2, 2022.
The Public Theater of San Antonio- 800 West Ashby Place- Season’s Greetings From San Antonio- (An original production from The Public Theater, the amazing a Capella quartet “The Dotz”- Chaz Ingraham, Damien DeShaun Smith, Jeremy Marmolejo and John Berring- perform their televised holiday special of updated classics, Christmas pop, and seasonal songs from the many cultures that make San Antonio their home)- November 19-December 19, 2021.
Esperanza Peace & Justice Center- 922 San Pedro Avenue- 32nd Annual International Peace Market- (Provides an alternative to Black Friday by hosting local artisans and merchants, offering shoppers handcrafted gifts centered around themes of peace, social justice and cultural and environmental preservation)- November 26-27 from 10AM-5PM.
Lila Cockrell Theatre- 200 East Market Street inside the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center- Le Cirque Artists Live- (Ringmaster Sal Salangsang brings together global talent from shows such as Cirque Du Soleil and Got Talent (Gold Buzzer winners), along with NEW up and coming artists to deliver a show for San Antonio, by a local San Antonio native)- November 26-28, 2021.
Six Flags Fiesta Texas- 17000 IH-10 West- Taste Of Holiday In The Park Food Festival- (A festival within a festival! Indulge in deliciousness with hot soup or chili bread bowls, warm cinnamon bread, s’mores, hot chocolate, tasty yuletide cocktails, and craft and seasonal beers)- November 26-December 23, 2021.
Travis Park- 301 East Travis Street- Christmas Tree Lighting- (A 50-foot Christmas tree, a gift to the City of San Antonio from H-E-B, with 10,000+ lights and dozens of handmade ornaments)- November 26, 2021 from 6PM-8PM.