Heather

Heather
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Heather was born and raised in San Antonio and became a mom in 2013 and again in 2018. She never imagined she'd be raising two sons but is grateful for the opportunity! Heather enjoys the outdoors and even mowing her own lawn. She and her husband Santiago look forward to raising two feminist boys who will hopefully be better at Spanish than she is. Her professional experience since graduating from Tufts University with a degree in Art History includes working for a variety of arts and cultural nonprofit organizations, from grassroots to governmental. She spent a few years as a stay at home parent and is easing her way back into the workforce. Her dream job would be to work for Sesame Workshop, or President of the United States. In the meantime, Heather enjoys filling her family's weekends with the diversity San Antonio has to offer. Favorite Restaurant: La Tuna Favorite Landmark: Hemisfair Favorite San Antonio Tradition: Breakfast tacos

San Antonio Scoop: A Guide to Family-friendly Events in June

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This month you've got plenty of options when it comes to nature and outdoor movie screenings. Just take a look! Be sure to check the San Antonio Public Library for its full schedule of summer...

San Antonio Scoop: A Guide to Family-friendly Events in May

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Hooray—it’s May! Crank up the A/C and grab your water bottle, am I right?! Enjoy these spring/summer-lite days before we are wishing for fall again as June and July come around.  It's that time of year...

Fiesta® with a Family: A Guide to Kid-Friendly Events

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Fiesta® is April 18–28, with Easter falling right in the midst of it all on April 21. You'll notice a few events are scheduled before the official kickoff. So grab your favorite colorful attire, lather...

San Antonio Scoop: A Guide to Family-Friendly Events in April

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You'll notice there is plenty packed into the first weekend of April, with fewer events toward the middle and end of the month. I'm guessing that's because Fiesta® time in San Antonio runs April...

Egg Hunts & Easter Events in San Antonio

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I know it's almost April and it feels like the Easter Bunny should already be here, but Easter falls late this year—on Sunday, April 21. However, it's safe to say spring has sprung—and there...

San Antonio Scoop: A Guide to Family-friendly Events in March

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Spring Break is coming…and hopefully sunnier, warmer days too.  Moms (and dads!), this month we've included several events for tweens and teens, so be sure to check those out. Just a few more weeks until Easter...

San Antonio Scoop: A Guide to Family-friendly Events for February

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San Antonio kicks off the Stock Show & Rodeo this month; it runs for about two weeks. Plus, throughout February you'll find events celebrating Black History Month, with several hosted by the San Antonio...

San Antonio Scoop: A Guide to Family-Friendly Events in January

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Happy New Year! Onward and upward! We hope you've had a relaxing holiday season and wish you a pleasant 2019.  January is a little light in event offerings. However, we will add events as they are...

Ring in 2019: Kid-friendly New Year’s Eve & New Year’s Day Events in San...

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Ring in the new year at one of these kid-friendly events. Several listed below require that you book in advance, so don't wait too long before they sell out! Did we miss something? Let...

Call to Action: Clean Air for Kids!

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We’ve all seen them, been in them, and wanted to get out of them. I’m talking about the school pick-up line. We sit in our cars, scrolling through our phones or listening to a...

Christmas Tree Farms: Pick Your Own Tree!

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Believe it or not, there are actually quite a few farms within driving distance from San Antonio where you can chop down your own Christmas tree! My family and I have tried a couple...

The Ultimate Guide to Holiday Events in San Antonio

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The holidays are quickly approaching, and ACMB has compiled all the holiday event info in one place for you. We'll continue to add to this list as more events pop up, so be sure...

San Antonio Scoop: A Guide to Events in November

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While this event calendar is a little lighter than previous months, there is still plenty packed into the first two weekends until the holidays come around.  Be sure to check out our latest event roundup, Día...

Día de los Muertos in San Antonio

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Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, takes place on November 2 every year. In some communities, celebrations begin on November 1 for Día de los Inocentes, a day to honor children...