Summertime is fast approaching, and along with a number of summer camps being offered in the Alamo City, Vacation Bible School is a favorite summer activity for many local families. Vacation Bible School offers children a chance to immerse...
We’re thrilled to bring back our Spring Break Camp Guide, presented by The Witte Museum. Alamo City Moms Blog has partnered with a variety of local businesses to provide you a guide to Spring Break Camps in San Antonio....
Día de los Muertos is officially celebrated on November 2nd. When I started this annual post in 2015, Coco was not yet a household name, and Day of the Dead decorative items and accessories were found only at specialty shops....
It's finally here—2017. The year we thought would never come! Be sure to check out some of the new-to-us events we've rounded up this year. There's quite a variety, from indoor to outdoor, family-friendly to kids-only, and even some opportunities to get creative....
#ShopSATX 2017 is a sponsored post. That said, we sourced each and every gift in this San Antonio holiday shopping guide and included only our very favorite ideas and companies, with a heavy emphasis on local businesses. We encourage you...
I've seen a few Christmas trees already shining through the living room windows of local houses! To be honest, mine went up on Halloween (but that's a different story for a different day). So why not try something (possibly)...
Wow! Summer is barely over, school just started, and we jump right into the next holiday: Halloween. So where do you get your pumpkins? How many does it take to complete your family's pumpkin carving, pumpkin baking, and fall...
Some of the questions we most often receive are about schools in San Antonio, from “where should I send my child to school?” to “which schools in San Antonio are the best with/for ____?” We’re pleased to bring you...
Looking for information about 2020 holiday light displays? Click here for "Your Guide to the Best Holiday Light Displays in San Antonio and the Hill Country."  Click here for "My Family's Favorite Things to Do During the Holidays in San Antonio...
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 are plenty of events coming...
Fiesta® is April 20–30 this year. That's 11 days of parties and festivals for a cause. Of the countless Fiesta-themed events taking place this month, we've put together a list of more than 20 events that are geared toward kids...
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 to check back throughout the...
We can all laugh at the stereotypical images the rest of the country conjures about Texas: everyone is on a horse wrangling cattle and has a gun strapped to their side with a ten-gallon hat high above their jangling...
I come from a mixed cultural background. My mother and all the family I grew up with are Mexican-American; my father's side is of German descent. However, my first memory of Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is...

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Summer is upon us, and the name of the game is, "Keep the Kids Occupied." Many schools send home summer reading tasks but reading...