Arts & Culture near 78205

Arts & Culture near

San Antonio Community Resource Directory
COVID-19 Notice

Concerts are being posted online on their original dates to Facebook, Youtube, and our website, allowing audiences to enjoy performances from the comfort and safety of their own homes. Expect something very unique! Click here to learn more.

Musical evenings at San Fernando Cathedral merge the historic architecture of the nation's oldest continuously operating Catholic sanctuary with enchanting music of some of the finest, award-winning artists from around the globe.

Free and open to the public

Select Sundays at 7:00pm
(210) 464-1534
COVID-19 Notice

In order to help slow the spread of COVID-19 while continuing to care for our unsheltered neighbors, we have suspended some services and moved most of the others to the Downtown Care Hub at 319 W Travis St.

Click here for a calendar of homeless services.

Unsheltered San Antonians raise their voices to the heavens.
This choir is open to the unsheltered community and their allies.
Free
Wed, 5:15-6:00pm, before community dinner
0.54 miles away, 600 Soledad, San Antonio, TX, 78205 , D1
COVID-19 Notice

As we’re all dealing with the realities of the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak, we at Senior Planet and Older Adults Technology Services (OATS), the nonprofit that sponsors Senior Planet, want to affirm that the health and safety of all members, participants, trainers, staff, and volunteers is our highest priority. Right now, we’re continuing to monitor the situation, facilitate best practices, provide support, and adjust course as needed to ensure the wellbeing of our community.

Our in-person programs have been suspended, but we are increasing online resources to help our members stay connected.

During the COVID-19 crisis, we are stepping up our online offerings to include lots of interactive classes and activities. Topics include: • How to stay fit at home (exercise for every age, strength and ability level) • Arts and crafts • Holistic health • How to get the most from the internet (and avoid the rest) To see the calendar of upcoming virtual events, click the Website link below.
As a commitment to Prospera’s youth residents, we offer multiple programs designed to develop the future leaders of tomorrow that are customized per the needs of each community. We believe that healthy development of youth begins with the empowerment from adult mentoring, hands-on activities, and community service., We encourage a positive influence through powerful learning experiences, and concrete skills and lessons. Our service-enriched communities offer Community Learning Centers that host youth programs focused on teaching self-discovery, individual growth, creative versatility, and qualities of leadership. Every aspect of our strategic planning is to cultivate positive elements of security, belonging, freedom, independence, moral values, healthy relationships, personal achievement, and recognition. Youth programs and services include, but are not limited to: • After-School Program • Scholastic Tutoring • Homework Assistance • Youth Mentoring • Girl Scouts/Boy Scouts • Computer Literacy • National/Industry-Sponsored Art Competitions • Skills and Recreational Hobby Groups • Exposure to Educational Institutions and Opportunities • Arts and Crafts Education • Annual Youth Summer Camp • Educational Field Trips • Organized Community Youth Sports Groups
This program is for youth residents of Champion Homes at Vista Verde Apartments.
(210) 223-4796
COVID-19 Notice

Due to safety concerns, this program has been temporarily discontinued. Please check back for updates.

ALAS, SAY Sí’s theatre program, provides students interested in the performing arts with opportunities to develop their skills in acting, directing, playwriting, technical theatre and stage management. Committed to the creation of new and original performance work by, for, and about San Antonio youth, ALAS challenges students to draw from their own experiences, observations, and insights to produce theatre of relevance to their lives and their communities. ALAS operates as a collaborative ensemble known as the ALAS Youth Theatre Company. In the company, every student’s talent is valued and essential. Students have ownership over their theatrical work, and a voice in the artistic, technical, and creative decisions involved in every aspect of the production process. Emphasizing leadership skills and civic engagement, ALAS aims to empower youth to create work that addresses community needs and concerns, challenges prejudices and social injustice, and celebrates diversity and difference.
This program is for students in grades 9-12. Student Requirements: • Parental/guardian permission • Reliable transportation to and from SAY Sí • A minimum C average in school • Commitment to attending the program weekly (minimum 8 hours per week for high school students [10 hours during summer] & Saturdays [9:30 AM – 2 PM] for middle school students) • Commitment to attending the program year-round • Commitment to completing all SAY Sí projects in a timely manner while acting as a positive influence in the studios • Current enrollment in middle school or high school (public, private or home school) How to Apply: • Read ALL SAY Sí Student Requirements above • Read SAY Sí Program Descriptions. High school applicants will choose one program to potentially join. Middle School WAM Applicants can indicate their top two choices, but acceptance into those options will be based on availability. • Visit our application page and fill out the SAY Sí Application Form. All applications must be submitted digitally. • SAY Sí staff will review all applicants, and eligible candidates will participate in an interview. • • SAY Sí will contact eligible candidates to schedule an in-person interview. • Students will be notified of the decision via email and letter after interviews have been completed and all applicants have been reviewed. • After your interview, acceptance or deferral letters will be sent by mail. All accepted students and parents will be required to attend a new student/parent orientation in order to officially join SAY Sí. Orientation is MANDATORY.
Free
Mon-Thu, after school til 7:00pm; Fri, after school til 5:00pm; Sat, 10:00am-5:00pm
Nicole Amri - Program Director
(210) 212-8666
Hirrah Barlas - Administrative Assistant
(210) 212-8666
COVID-19 Notice

Due to safety concerns, this program has been temporarily discontinued. Please check back for updates.

SAY Sí’s Media Arts Studio is a creative innovative technology based learning program that provides a hands-on focus in filmmaking and photography. Throughout the year, SAY Sí students, along with the help of professional staff and established professionals in the media industry, collaborate and produce short films and documentaries. Students have the opportunity to explore and utilize their talents in all phases of the production, from writing the screenplay, scouting film locations, directing or budgeting, to casting, editing, creating an original musical score or working collaboratively on lighting production. Once the film is produced, the students also work on the accompanying marketing of their work in addition to showcasing their movies’ premieres.
This program is for students in grades 9-12. Student Requirements: • Parental/guardian permission • Reliable transportation to and from SAY Sí • A minimum C average in school • Commitment to attending the program weekly (minimum 8 hours per week for high school students [10 hours during summer] & Saturdays [9:30 AM – 2 PM] for middle school students) • Commitment to attending the program year-round • Commitment to completing all SAY Sí projects in a timely manner while acting as a positive influence in the studios • Current enrollment in middle school or high school (public, private or home school) How to Apply: • Read ALL SAY Sí Student Requirements above • Read SAY Sí Program Descriptions. High school applicants will choose one program to potentially join. Middle School WAM Applicants can indicate their top two choices, but acceptance into those options will be based on availability. • Visit our application page and fill out the SAY Sí Application Form. All applications must be submitted digitally. • SAY Sí staff will review all applicants, and eligible candidates will participate in an interview. • • SAY Sí will contact eligible candidates to schedule an in-person interview. • Students will be notified of the decision via email and letter after interviews have been completed and all applicants have been reviewed. • After your interview, acceptance or deferral letters will be sent by mail. All accepted students and parents will be required to attend a new student/parent orientation in order to officially join SAY Sí. Orientation is MANDATORY.
Free
Mon-Thu, after school til 7:00pm; Fri, after school til 5:00pm; Sat, 10:00am-5:00pm
Nicole Amri - Program Director
(210) 212-8666
Hirrah Barlas - Administrative Assistant
(210) 212-8666
COVID-19 Notice

Due to safety concerns, this program has been temporarily discontinued. Please check back for updates.

The HIVE is the youngest and second-largest SAY Sí studio. There student-artists focus on digital arts, comics, animation, creative coding, game design, new media, transmedia, interactivity, and storytelling through systems. HIVE challenges youth to think about interactivity, analyze art and new media critically and decide when working collaboratively or working independently are the best modes for getting their ideas across. Students explore new kinds of media and intersections of different media and make anything that they need computers to produce or experience. In the HIVE students: design characters make comics and animations write interactive fiction (choose your adventures) design books, card games, and board games program big games in Unity3D program small games in PICO-8 make procedural art in Processing (processing.org) build augmented reality apps, Kinect games, and interactive installations map projections on things record podcasts and sound art make digital paintings and stickers and papercrafts
This program is for students in grades 9-12. Student Requirements: • Parental/guardian permission • Reliable transportation to and from SAY Sí • A minimum C average in school • Commitment to attending the program weekly (minimum 8 hours per week for high school students [10 hours during summer] & Saturdays [9:30 AM – 2 PM] for middle school students) • Commitment to attending the program year-round • Commitment to completing all SAY Sí projects in a timely manner while acting as a positive influence in the studios • Current enrollment in middle school or high school (public, private or home school) How to Apply: • Read ALL SAY Sí Student Requirements above • Read SAY Sí Program Descriptions. High school applicants will choose one program to potentially join. Middle School WAM Applicants can indicate their top two choices, but acceptance into those options will be based on availability. • Visit our application page and fill out the SAY Sí Application Form. All applications must be submitted digitally. • SAY Sí staff will review all applicants, and eligible candidates will participate in an interview. • • SAY Sí will contact eligible candidates to schedule an in-person interview. • Students will be notified of the decision via email and letter after interviews have been completed and all applicants have been reviewed. • After your interview, acceptance or deferral letters will be sent by mail. All accepted students and parents will be required to attend a new student/parent orientation in order to officially join SAY Sí. Orientation is MANDATORY.
Free
Mon-Thu, after school til 7:00pm; Fri, after school til 5:00pm; Sat, 10:00am-5:00pm
Nicole Amri - Program Director
(210) 212-8666
Hirrah Barlas - Administrative Assistant
(210) 212-8666
COVID-19 Notice

Due to safety concerns, this program has been temporarily discontinued. Please check back for updates.

Students study drawing, painting, sculpture, ceramics, and art history with a focus on the development of entrepreneurial and marketing skills. The program’s participants consist of approximately 50 students that attend studio sessions throughout the week that offer creative projects involving a variety of mediums and opportunities to explore and master new techniques. SAY Sí’s visual arts program aims to provide students projects which involve cultural relevance and a variety of mediums; mentoring, instruction and guidance from staff and visiting artists; entrepreneurial and exhibition opportunities for students to financially benefit from the display and sale of their work; assistance with the development of portfolios, resumes, and applications to art schools, community colleges, and universities, and/or assistance in finding jobs upon graduation from high school.
This program is for students in grades 9-12. Student Requirements: • Parental/guardian permission • Reliable transportation to and from SAY Sí • A minimum C average in school • Commitment to attending the program weekly (minimum 8 hours per week for high school students [10 hours during summer] & Saturdays [9:30 AM – 2 PM] for middle school students) • Commitment to attending the program year-round • Commitment to completing all SAY Sí projects in a timely manner while acting as a positive influence in the studios • Current enrollment in middle school or high school (public, private or home school) How to Apply: • Read ALL SAY Sí Student Requirements above • Read SAY Sí Program Descriptions. High school applicants will choose one program to potentially join. Middle School WAM Applicants can indicate their top two choices, but acceptance into those options will be based on availability. • Visit our application page and fill out the SAY Sí Application Form. All applications must be submitted digitally. • SAY Sí staff will review all applicants, and eligible candidates will participate in an interview. • • SAY Sí will contact eligible candidates to schedule an in-person interview. • Students will be notified of the decision via email and letter after interviews have been completed and all applicants have been reviewed. • After your interview, acceptance or deferral letters will be sent by mail. All accepted students and parents will be required to attend a new student/parent orientation in order to officially join SAY Sí. Orientation is MANDATORY.
Free
Mon-Thu, after school til 7:00pm; Fri, after school til 5:00pm; Sat, 10:00am-5:00pm
Nicole Amri - Program Director
(210) 212-8666
Hirrah Barlas - Administrative Assistant
(210) 212-8666
COVID-19 Notice

Due to safety concerns, this program has been temporarily discontinued. Please check back for updates.

WAM, SAY Sí’s multidisciplinary middle school program, is a year-round Saturday program in visual arts, theatre, media arts and new media. SAY Sí employs its junior and senior high school students to work as student instructors, allowing for reciprocally beneficial peer-to-peer mentoring. Classes take place each Saturday throughout the calendar year and focus on long-term individual achievement and skills enhancement. The mentoring between our high school and middle school students is a unique aspect to this program. It gives middle school students the opportunity to learn from some of our advanced high school students and it gives our high school students real-world job skills and experience. Students in this program work on projects that develop cognitive skills, including; problem solving, reasoning, and decision-making as well as interpersonal skills such as oral communication, teamwork and self-fulfillment.
This program is for students in grades 6-8. This program is for students in grades 9-12. Student Requirements: • Parental/guardian permission • Reliable transportation to and from SAY Sí • A minimum C average in school • Commitment to attending the program weekly (minimum 8 hours per week for high school students [10 hours during summer] & Saturdays [9:30 AM – 2 PM] for middle school students) • Commitment to attending the program year-round • Commitment to completing all SAY Sí projects in a timely manner while acting as a positive influence in the studios • Current enrollment in middle school or high school (public, private or home school) How to Apply: • Read ALL SAY Sí Student Requirements above • Read SAY Sí Program Descriptions. High school applicants will choose one program to potentially join. Middle School WAM Applicants can indicate their top two choices, but acceptance into those options will be based on availability. • Visit our application page and fill out the SAY Sí Application Form. All applications must be submitted digitally. • SAY Sí staff will review all applicants, and eligible candidates will participate in an interview. • • SAY Sí will contact eligible candidates to schedule an in-person interview. • Students will be notified of the decision via email and letter after interviews have been completed and all applicants have been reviewed. • After your interview, acceptance or deferral letters will be sent by mail. All accepted students and parents will be required to attend a new student/parent orientation in order to officially join SAY Sí. Orientation is MANDATORY.
Free
Mon-Thu, after school til 7:00pm; Fri, after school til 5:00pm; Sat, 10:00am-5:00pm
Nicole Amri - Program Director
(210) 212-8666
Hirrah Barlas - Administrative Assistant
(210) 212-8666
As a commitment to Prospera’s youth residents, we offer multiple programs designed to develop the future leaders of tomorrow that are customized per the needs of each community. We believe that healthy development of youth begins with the empowerment from adult mentoring, hands-on activities, and community service., We encourage a positive influence through powerful learning experiences, and concrete skills and lessons. Our service-enriched communities offer Community Learning Centers that host youth programs focused on teaching self-discovery, individual growth, creative versatility, and qualities of leadership. Every aspect of our strategic planning is to cultivate positive elements of security, belonging, freedom, independence, moral values, healthy relationships, personal achievement, and recognition. Youth programs and services include, but are not limited to: • After-School Program • Scholastic Tutoring • Homework Assistance • Youth Mentoring • Girl Scouts/Boy Scouts • Computer Literacy • National/Industry-Sponsored Art Competitions • Skills and Recreational Hobby Groups • Exposure to Educational Institutions and Opportunities • Arts and Crafts Education • Annual Youth Summer Camp • Educational Field Trips • Organized Community Youth Sports Groups
This program is for youth residents of Terraces at Haven for Hope.
Mon-Fri, 9:00am-5:00pm
(210) 375-4090
COVID-19 Notice

Due to safety concerns, our center is temporarily closed.
However, we are assisting as much as possible to stay connected in the following ways:
*Teleconferencing for students in YouthBuild to assist them to continue with coursework
*Sharing resources with families via Remind 101, email, text, and social media
*Reading books with our elementary students over the phone
*Publishing videos of educational curriculum for students to enjoy
*Online resources for students.posted on the website

SA Youth’s Out-of-School Time (OST) Program provides year-round positive youth development programs during non-school hours. We offer an array of OST programs that focus on the academic achievement, character development, and healthy lifestyles of San Antonio’s youth. Our site locations exist to keep children off the streets, out of trouble, and engaged in educational activities. Our youth development services include: • Academic and homework enrichment • Book clubs • Technology and computer learning • Nutrition education • Physical fitness and education • Field trips • Art and music • Service Learning • Family engagement activities
Program requirements: • Between the ages of 5 and 13 • Texas resident within school districts served by SA Youth • Low-income or receiving assistance
Free
School year hours: 2:30-6:30pm Summer hours: 8:00am-5:00pm
Out-of-School Time Program Send email
(210) 223-3131 x: 255
COVID-19 Notice

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and to provide a safe and healthy learning environment for all students, faculty and staff, we have created a learning and safety plan for the Fall 2020 semester. Find it here.

Find information and resources for Students about COVID-19 and remote learning here.

Find information and resources for Employees about COVID-19 here.

Challenger Learning Center Missions bring Science to life, giving students the exciting opportunity to apply what they learn in the classroom to a real-life scenario in our state-of-the-art simulated learning environment. Challenger missions are reserved by school and community groups with advanced preparation. Public missions are offered twice a year. Watch http://sacscobee.org/ for the links to buy tickets for these popular programs.
This program is for students in grades 4-12.
Each 90-minute mission costs $500/class of 20-36 students.
By reservation only
Monics Gutierrez - Administrative Services Specialist Send email
(210) 486-0100
COVID-19 Notice

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and to provide a safe and healthy learning environment for all students, faculty and staff, we have created a learning and safety plan for the Fall 2020 semester. Find it here.

Find information and resources for Students about COVID-19 and remote learning here.

Find information and resources for Employees about COVID-19 here.

The Micronaut Program at Scobee Education Center provides young children age 4 – 9 with an authentic STEM experience as they travel through a simulated mission to the International Space Station. The mission models “Best Practices” in early childhood education that capitalizes on the young child’s natural curiosity to explore and learn about the world they are a part of. By making STEM education a focus of a child’s early education we begin to change the world one class at a time by instilling a lifelong passion to learn about and care for our planet earth. By inspiring and educating young children we contribute to our national goal of a scientifically literate society.
Call or email for schedule and other details.
Monics Gutierrez - Administrative Services Specialist Send email
(210) 486-0100
COVID-19 Notice

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and to provide a safe and healthy learning environment for all students, faculty and staff, we have created a learning and safety plan for the Fall 2020 semester. Find it here.

Find information and resources for Students about COVID-19 and remote learning here.

Find information and resources for Employees about COVID-19 here.

The mission of the Scobee Education Center is to engage our students and community in life-changing experiences that inspire the pathways to STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) careers.
Open for Planetarium Programs & Challenger Learning Center missions by reservation only on Mon-Fri, 9:00am-5:00pm. Open Friday evenings for public Planetarium programs. Find the schedule of upcoming events at http://sacscobee.org/.
Monica Gutierrez - Administrative Services Specialist Send email
(210) 486-0100
COVID-19 Notice

All activities are canceled until further notice.

Organized by the Bendiner Library Committee for those who enjoy reading.
Mark Ingram Send email
Geri Gregory Send email
(210) 733-9135 x: 120

CULTIVATION is our in-house and outreach education program in music, dance and media for youth, senior, and special needs populations, especially those who otherwise would not be able to afford, access nor participate in the arts.

CULTIVATION is a process that nurtures artistic excellence through sequential steps, beginning with exposure to the craft; participation in classes in that craft; and, finally, execution of materials as a completed production.

This is a year-round program, with URBAN-15 arts professionals in the schools, classes and workshops in our studio, and major city-wide concerts. Our programs have served over 10,000 students from 41 schools and community centers.

For more information on YOUTH classes, please click here.

For more information on SENIOR classes, please click here.

Send email
(210) 736-1500
See the world through an artist's eyes! Have fun exploring new ways of creating art each week. We have classes for beginners, those with experience, kids, teens, adults, and families. ? Join us and learn something new! Classes include: • Youth Art (Ages 6-12) • Teen Art • Freeform Watercolor • Live-Action Painting • Senior Painting Class • *BYOB* Happy Hour Drawing • Ceramics • Woodworking • Basket Weaving • Poetry Workshop • Open Studio • Clay Relief • Welding
Tuitions/prices vary. When we have funds available, we provide scholarships to our after-school, welding and workshop classes. Preference will be given to those with financial need and/or those who live in the Government Hill neighborhood where Inspire resides.?
Find details for current and future class and register at https://www.inspirefineartcenter.org/register.html
Send email
(210) 829-5592
COVID-19 Notice

Due to safety concerns, our program has been temporarily discontinued. Please check back for updates.

Neighborhood choirs are CCSA’s tuition-free ensembles that engage underserved children with inspiring musical experiences. Students in this program receive the same curriculum and instruction as the comparable levels of the core ensembles and perform twice yearly in the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts. Our current partner is the Boys and Girls Clubs of San Antonio.
Boys & girls ages 6-18
Tuition: free
Rehearsals: Thursdays 4:30-5:20pm Location: Boys & Girls Club
Boy's & Girls Club Calderon Clubhouse Send email
(210) 434-4383
Children's Chorus of San Antonio Send email
(210) 826-3447
COVID-19 Notice

While the City of San Antonio Department of Human Services operated Senior Centers and Nutrition Sites are temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Declaration, meals and San Antonio Food Bank commodities are available for pickup or delivery by the Department of Human Services.

All Senior Center members enrolled in the Senior Nutrition Program will receive meal distributions and San Antonio Food Bank commodities at the senior centers during the closure. Seniors needing a meal or Food Bank commodities may contact the Department of Human Services senior center nearest to them for services:
• West End Park Senior Center, 210-207-1720
• District 2 Senior Center, 210-207-5390
• South Side Lions Senior Center, 210-207-1760
• Willie Cortez Senior Center, 210-207-5295
• District 5 Senior Center, 210-207-5270
• Normoyle Senior Center, 210-207-5650
• Alicia Treviño Lopez Senior Center, 210-558-0178
• Doris Griffin Senior Center, 210-780-7444
• Bob Ross Senior Center, 210-207-5300
• Northeast Senior Center, 210-207-4590

Seniors may also call the Human Services Senior Services Division at 210-207-7172.

Other resources available to seniors:
• San Antonio Food Bank Commodities, 210-431-8326
• Meals on Wheels, 210-735-5115
• Alamo Service Connection / Senior Services, 210-477-3275

Provides senior adults, 60 years and older, and spouses, in Bexar County, with a nutritionally balanced lunchtime meal in a congregate setting with supportive services consisting of: • Companionship • Nutrition Education • Basic Health Screenings • Social Services • Outreach activities • Recreation and Dance • Computer Classes* • Arts and Crafts • Exercise Classes* • Transportation* Seniors enrolled at any of the city operated Senior Centers and live within a five-mile radius of the center may qualify for morning pick-up and afternoon drop-off to and from the senior center.
60 years + & spouses
Free
Mon-Fri, 7:00am-4:00pm
Maribel Ochoa - Nutrition Site Coordinator Send email
(210) 207-1720
Vanessa Jimenez - Senior Center Manager Send email
(210) 207-1720
2.87 miles away, 2215 Leal St, San Antonio, TX, 78207 , D5
COVID-19 Notice

Click here to read our plan for a safe school start.

We believe students deserve personalized instruction that targets their individual needs. We provide every student with a Chromebook loaded with a variety of digital tools designed to create small-group learning communities in each subject throughout the school day. In addition, our school has between one and two teaching residents in 25 of our classrooms. The combination of digital learning tools, additional staff and an extended school day allows teaching and learning at Ogden to take a creative and distinct approach designed to have the greatest impact on student learning. Our extracurricular offerings include an art and fitness program, as well as after-school tutoring, with a teaching resident offering our neediest students additional instruction where they need it most. Academic Offerings: Gifted and Talented • English as a Second Language • Special Education Extracurricular Programs: After-School Tutoring • After-School Art and Fitness After-School Program Provider: YMCA, (210) 246-9622
Register online at saisd.net, or come in. We have computers available for registration on campus. Proof of address required for registration.
Franco Cruz - Director of Operations
(210) 738-9815
COVID-19 Notice

We offer introductory instruction to newcomers and follow-up instruction to other practitioners as part of our Open House program and at other times by appointment.

Contemplative Arts comprise a number of secular disciplines and activities, including flower arranging and photography, that integrate art and culture with everyday life. Each of these disciplines represents a genuine contemplative path; together they bring beauty, vividness, and wisdom to our lives and culture. Shambhala Art is art that springs from clear perception and pure expression. To artist or non-artist, the creative process often seems mysterious and magical. How do we give a physical reality to some ephemeral inspiration or abstract truth? How do we create forms that communicate some essential nature beyond the limits of their container? The Shambhala Art Program’s purpose is to explore the creative process and the product we call art from the point of view of clear perception and pure expression. It is about the source of inspiration, how the creative process manifests and finally how what we create communicates that inspiration. See also www.shambhalaart.org and join Shambhala Art on Facebook.
COVID-19 Notice

With a few exceptions, all indoor programs and activities at park facilities, including Palm Heights Community Center, have been suspended due to COVID-19 restrictions.

The Palm Heights Community Center offers a wide variety of programming, including youth sports leagues, arts and crafts, table games, nutrition education, dance, music and more.
Call or go online at sanantonio.gov for program details. Alcohol is prohibited. Amenities are first come, first serve with some exceptions.
Mon-Thu, 2:00-9:00pm; Fri, 2:00-7:00pm; Sat, 9:00am -5:00pm (Hours vary during summer months for Teen Connection Program)
(210) 207-3235
As a commitment to Prospera’s youth residents, we offer multiple programs designed to develop the future leaders of tomorrow that are customized per the needs of each community. We believe that healthy development of youth begins with the empowerment from adult mentoring, hands-on activities, and community service., We encourage a positive influence through powerful learning experiences, and concrete skills and lessons. Our service-enriched communities offer Community Learning Centers that host youth programs focused on teaching self-discovery, individual growth, creative versatility, and qualities of leadership. Every aspect of our strategic planning is to cultivate positive elements of security, belonging, freedom, independence, moral values, healthy relationships, personal achievement, and recognition. Youth programs and services include, but are not limited to: • After-School Program • Scholastic Tutoring • Homework Assistance • Youth Mentoring • Girl Scouts/Boy Scouts • Computer Literacy • National/Industry-Sponsored Art Competitions • Skills and Recreational Hobby Groups • Exposure to Educational Institutions and Opportunities • Arts and Crafts Education • Annual Youth Summer Camp • Educational Field Trips • Organized Community Youth Sports Groups
This program is for youth residents of Mission del Rio.
(210) 941-2150
As a commitment to Prospera’s youth residents, we offer multiple programs designed to develop the future leaders of tomorrow that are customized per the needs of each community. We believe that healthy development of youth begins with the empowerment from adult mentoring, hands-on activities, and community service., We encourage a positive influence through powerful learning experiences, and concrete skills and lessons. Our service-enriched communities offer Community Learning Centers that host youth programs focused on teaching self-discovery, individual growth, creative versatility, and qualities of leadership. Every aspect of our strategic planning is to cultivate positive elements of security, belonging, freedom, independence, moral values, healthy relationships, personal achievement, and recognition. Youth programs and services include, but are not limited to: • After-School Program • Scholastic Tutoring • Homework Assistance • Youth Mentoring • Girl Scouts/Boy Scouts • Computer Literacy • National/Industry-Sponsored Art Competitions • Skills and Recreational Hobby Groups • Exposure to Educational Institutions and Opportunities • Arts and Crafts Education • Annual Youth Summer Camp • Educational Field Trips • Organized Community Youth Sports Groups
This program is for youth residents of Las Palmas Garden Apartments.
(210) 255-1893
COVID-19 Notice

With a few exceptions, all indoor programs and activities at park facilities, including Southside Lions Community Center, have been suspended due to COVID-19 restrictions.

The Southside Lions Community Center offers a wide variety of programming, including youth sports leagues, arts and crafts, table games, nutrition education, dance, music and more.
Call or go online at sanantonio.gov for program details. Alcohol is prohibited. Amenities are first come, first serve with some exceptions.
Mon-Thu, 2:00-9:00pm; Fri, 2:00-7:00pm; Sat, 9:00am -5:00pm (Hours vary during summer months for Teen Connection Program)
(210) 532-1502
COVID-19 Notice

Due to safety concerns, our program has been temporarily discontinued. Please check back for updates.

Neighborhood choirs are CCSA’s tuition-free ensembles that engage underserved children with inspiring musical experiences. Students in this program receive the same curriculum and instruction as the comparable levels of the core ensembles and perform twice yearly in the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts. Our current partner is the Boys and Girls Clubs of San Antonio.
Boys & girls ages 6-18
Tuition: free
Rehearsals: Thursdays 5:30-6:20pm Location: Boys & Girls Club of San Antonio
(210) 227-2642
Children's Chorus of San Antonio Send email
(210) 826-3447
As a commitment to Prospera’s youth residents, we offer multiple programs designed to develop the future leaders of tomorrow that are customized per the needs of each community. We believe that healthy development of youth begins with the empowerment from adult mentoring, hands-on activities, and community service., We encourage a positive influence through powerful learning experiences, and concrete skills and lessons. Our service-enriched communities offer Community Learning Centers that host youth programs focused on teaching self-discovery, individual growth, creative versatility, and qualities of leadership. Every aspect of our strategic planning is to cultivate positive elements of security, belonging, freedom, independence, moral values, healthy relationships, personal achievement, and recognition. Youth programs and services include, but are not limited to: • After-School Program • Scholastic Tutoring • Homework Assistance • Youth Mentoring • Girl Scouts/Boy Scouts • Computer Literacy • National/Industry-Sponsored Art Competitions • Skills and Recreational Hobby Groups • Exposure to Educational Institutions and Opportunities • Arts and Crafts Education • Annual Youth Summer Camp • Educational Field Trips • Organized Community Youth Sports Groups
This program is for youth residents of Champion Homes at West Durango Plaza Apartments.
(210) 435-1051
Free general admission for Alamo Colleges, Texas A&M University-San Antonio, Trinity University, and the University of the Incarnate Word students, faculty and staff with their school IDs or business cards through our Educational Institution partnership.
Must show proof of school affiliation.
Free
Normal operating hours
Through Museums for All, those receiving food assistance (SNAP/WIC benefits) are eligible for free admission to The McNay.
Free. Must present proof of benefits.
(210) 824-5368