Mid-Town

 Moonlight in the Garden of Good & Evil
Botanical Garden
Saturday, October 20, 6pm – 10pm
 
SABOT Member $30 / General Admission $35
 
The San Antonio Botanical Garden brings you the 2nd annual Moonlight in the Garden of Good and Evil, where garden fairies, trolls, superheroes, and villains roam the night. Gather with us and delight in the evening spectacle where revelers will be enchanted with hypnotic beats and spectacular performances by The Juniors performing a scene from the famous movie Hocus Pocus, tarot card readers, and lawn games that will challenge your wit and strength sponsored by Rent Giant Games.
 
Venture into the Piney Woods where spirits roam freely. Enter the costume contest for spooktacular prizes. Cash bar (beer and wine) and food truck treats will be available for purchase. Photobooth sponsored by Mirror Mirror Photobooth Rentals. Halloween costumes highly encouraged (over the face masks not allowed).
 

Food Trucks Onsite:
Pinks Popcorn
Panifico Bake Shop
Maniacs Chefs Truck
Lone Star Food Truck

 


 

Free Family Night — 6:30 PM

Oct. 2  & Nov. 6

Free Family Nights at The DoSeum are now every FIRST TUESDAY of the MONTH!!

Brought to you by HEB every first Tuesday of the Month!

Tips for making your free family night as enjoyable as possible:
– The first 1,500 guests will be admitted; please arrive early to ensure entry. When we reach capacity a sign will be posted outside The DoSeum
– Parking is limited; please plan accordingly
– No outside food allowed inside The DoSeum
– Please limit stroller use or use umbrella strollers only inside the museum

 


 

Sunday Jazz at the Witte

Sunday Jazz is back!

Sunday Jazz is back in full swing for its 14th season with a Tricentennial twist! Join us at the Witte Museum campus and relax under the pecan trees in the Will Smith Amphitheater and enjoy the sounds of the San Antonio Jazz. All performances are 3:00 to 5:00 p.m., and food and beverages will be available for purchase. Sunday Jazz at the Witte is presented by Dr. Bob and Stephanie Girling.

*Performance will be located in the Zachry Family Acequia Garden

 

October 14
S.A. Blue Cats

November 11
Aaron Prado Orchestra – The San Antonio Jazz Suite*

 


 

 Kiddie Park

History

Kiddie Park, one of San Antonio’s most treasured landmarks, is the perfect way for children and adults to enjoy a nostalgic day of old-fashioned fun. Established in 1925, and renovated in 2009, Kiddie Park is the oldest children’s amusement park in the country! While modern updates have been made, the park has preserved it’s 1920’s style by maintaining all of the original rides. Guests can enjoy the park’s old-fashioned ferris wheel, famous hand-carved Herschell Spillman carousel, and other classic children’s rides that have made Kiddie Park an iconic San Antonio attraction for over 90 years!

We are pleased to bring San Antonio’s iconic park back to life. You can always expect a clean, beautiful park that is fun and affordable for the entire family! We look forward to seeing you soon!