Nature Related Events This Weekend in San Antonio

by | Mar 31, 2016 | Sustainable Gardening, Trending | 0 comments

 

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Bulverde Oaks Public Hike

Saturday, April 2, 2016

open 9:00am-12:00pm  (two tours at 10am and 11am)

Bulverde Oaks Nature Preserve, 

NW corner of 1604 & Judson Rd.

Come explore our Bulverde Oaks property and see some of the land Green Spaces Alliance is conserving! Texas Master Naturalists will be leading fun tours on our short trail to see the rescue bee hives, bird blind, stock pond, wildlife, blooming flora, and sharing with you why we conserve land.  Bring your family, and dogs are welcome!

Free event! Donations welcome.

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Volunteer Orientation

Saturday, April 2, 2016

10:30am-1:00pm

Collins Garden Library and Community Garden, 

200 N. Park Blvd., SATX 78204

Whether you’re a new volunteer or you’re looking for a refresher, this is a great opportunity to learn about Green Spaces Alliance’s mission in action and learn the ropes that will be valuable to you as a volunteer.  We will also be able to answer your questions, discuss your volunteer interests and ideas, and get to know each other! Following the indoor presentation and open discussion at the new Collins Garden Branch Library, we will head outside to spruce up the Collins Garden Community Garden, which over 100 volunteers like you installed last August!  Free event!

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Siclovia

Sunday, April 3, 2016

11:00am-3:00pm

Downtown Route map at siclovia.org

Síclovía is a free event that turns major city streets in to a safe place for people to exercise and play. The streets become temporarily car-free for about 5 hours on Sundays for families to run, ride bikes, take exercise classes and enjoy their city streets. come by the Green Spaces Alliance booth at the SA2020 Reclovia at Roosevelt Park to create take-home seed-starting kits and learn about living a green active lifestyle! Want to volunteer with us? Sign up here!  Free event!
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 Picture Your World – Portfolio Workshop

Sunday, April 3, 2016

1:00pm-4:30pm

Southwest School of Art, 300 Augusta Street

This workshop at the Southwest School of Art is specifically designed to assist students prepare for our 2016 juried photography competition. Students will be given portfolio preparation lessons using Adobe Photoshop. Submissions for the competition are due April 11th.  See details and rules here!  Workshop fee: $10-$20

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