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Hey neighbors! I’m back with your fresh copy of the San Antonio Daily. Here are the most important things you should know about what’s happening in the city.


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Here are the top stories in San Antonio today:

  1. If you haven’t made any plans for Father’s Day yet, don’t worry as “this weekend in San Antonio” has many events to celebrate with your dad! Whether they want to listen to a live music performance, laugh at a comedy show, or dine at a BBQ restaurant, they can do that and more on their special day! Happy Father’s Day to all dads from the region! For a list of “Best Father’s Day Activities in San Antonio” go to: (sanantoniothingstodo.com)
  2. On Saturday, June 18, the Main Plaza Conservancy and OPERA San Antonio (OSA) will host Opera Under the Stars at the Main Plaza, 115 N Main Avenue. The free, family-friendly event will “demonstrate the magic of opera storytelling” by OSA’s 2022 Apprentice Artists. It begins at 7:30 p.m. with “pre-show activities for children” and ends “with the Saga light show” which will be “projected onto the facade of the Cathedral of San Fernando”. For more information call 210-225-9800 or email info@mainplaza.org and visit www.operasa.org/2022-summer-events. (San Antonio stream)
  3. The City of San Antonio is seeking “design consultants for civil engineering, architectural, and landscape architecture projects.” The search is part of “the 2022-2027 bond program” approved on Saturday, May 7th. The purpose of the program is to “invest in projects that create great public spaces and amenities, complete roads, improve multimodal access and create new connections between our linear secondary road system, road networks and city and neighborhood areas where our families live, Work and play.” For more information, contact April Alcoser Luna at 210-207-8026 or at April.Luna@sanantonio.gov.(Press Release Desk)
  4. Those who love the San Antonio Spurs will be thrilled to hear about “a new role at Spurs that works hand-in-hand with the players.” The position is for a Spurs Athletic Development Coach and applications are being accepted online by Spurs Sport and Entertainment, the group that manages and operates the Spurs and AT&T Center. According to the job description, “The Athletic Development Coach, a sport-specific strength and conditioning coach, is responsible for prescribing, conducting and recording strength and conditioning sessions for the San Antonio Spurs players, with a particular emphasis on development and repetition. Training of athletic skills on the pitch.” (mysanantonio.com)
  5. On Thursday, June 30, Ambler Texas Kitchen + Cocktails will be hosting “its first-ever paella on the River Walk” at the Hotel Contessa at 306 W. Market Street. The event will run from 6pm to 9pm, with cooking classes at 6:30pm, and will include ‘paella, sangria, a flamenco performance by guitarist Randy Cordero and a live cooking presentation’. Tickets are available now with two options: VIP tickets for $100 (includes all-you-can-eat paella, all-you-can-drink sangria, a reserved table, a gift bag, free valet parking, access to entertainment and other perks.) General Admission Tickets – $50 (includes all-you-can-eat paella, a sangria, free valet parking, and access to entertainment.) For more ticket information, click here and visit: (ksat.com)

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Today in San Antonio:


From my notebook:

  • “Call to all fathers! Put down your spatula and put away your grills this Father’s Day for an exclusive grilling experience that only the San Antonio Zoo can provide! Join us on Sunday, June 19th from 10am-2pm for delicious smoked breast, roast chicken, baked beans and more! Tickets and information on our website at http://ow.ly/foC450JzoT8.” (San Antonio Zoo via Instagram)
  • “San Antonio Pets Alive’s Top Adoption Special! for dogs and cats continues! From now through Sunday, June 19th, all cats and dogs adopted during this adoption event will be subject to a $50 adoption fee! (Except for our ambassador animals). These animals are all at our Medical Care Center located at 9107 Marbach Road, Suite 109 and are available for adoption. You can also visit our website www.sanantoniopetsalive.org to see the cats and dogs in foster care that are also available for adoption or to visit one of our three locations!” (San Antonio Pets Alive! via Instagram)

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Gabriela Cantu Couvillion

About me: I am an active mother of two adult sons and have lived in San Antonio all my life. I have a BA in Spanish from the University of Texas at San Antonio and I do creative writing in my spare time. Thank you for reading Patch and don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any news and events that you think might resonate with our readers!

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