The third weekend of March in San Antonio will be highlighted by St. Patrick’s Day activities; a girls empowerment summit; a Tejano music showcase; a dog market; and the second home game ever for the newest local football team, the San Antonio Brahmas.

March 16-19

Tejano Music Awards Fan Fair will offer four days of live Tejano music on five stages across Market Square as part of the annual local TMA activities. There will also be food vendors and children’s activities. Noon-midnight (March 16-18), noon-11 p.m. (March 19). Free admission. 514 W. Commerce St., San Antonio.

March 16-18

Briscoe Western Art Museum will host its annual Spring Break Roundup with old West-themed arts and crafts, scavenger hunts and tall tales, and other come-and-go activities that celebrate the heritage and culture of the American West. Different activities for all ages will be available each day. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. March 16-18. Roundup admission included in museum admission (always free for children age 12 and under). 210 W. Market St., San Antonio.

March 17-18

Visit San Antonio and the Harp and Shamrock Society of Texas present the city’s St. Patrick’s Festival along the River Walk, a two-day event featuring dyeing of the river, artisans, live entertainment and a March 18 river parade. 3-8 p.m. (March 17), noon-6 p.m. (March 18). Free admission. Arneson River Theater, 401 Villita St., San Antonio.

March 17-18

The city of San Antonio will host its fourth annual Girls Empowerment Summit, when girls ages 13-18 will tap into skill-building opportunities and focus on positive body image, self-care, social media awareness and nontraditional career roles for women. March 17 will offer a panel discussion and a lunch conversation with mentors. The second day will have the San Antonio Fire Department providing girls with a chance to participate in Camp Hero Like Her. Times and sites vary. Free admission.

March 18

Realtor Rose Solis presents a free property tax workshop for Hollywood Park residents who will learn about how to protest their assessed value, forms of local tax relief and more. 10 a.m.-noon. Free. Voigt Center, 701 El Portal Drive, Hollywood Park. 210-771-5762

March 18

Dog Guide San Antonio presents the Downtown Dog Market with local vendors offering a variety of dog treats, apparel, accessories, toys and other products. There will also be music and refreshments for pet owners to enjoy. 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Free admission. Legacy Park, 103 W. Houston St., San Antonio.

March 19

San Antonio Brahmas, part of the new XFL minor league football organization debuting this year, hosts the Arlington Renegades in the Brahmas’ second home game of the season. 9 p.m. Tickets start at $24. Alamodome, 100 Montana St., San Antonio.

March 22

The Hollywood Park Community Association invites residents to an event marking the HPCA’s Fiesta San Antonio 2023 poster selection contest. Each year, HPCA selects from residents’ entries a poster celebrating Fiesta season but with a Hollywood Park spin. Guests get to enjoy refreshments and appetizers as well as voting for their favorite poster. 6-8 p.m. Free. Voigt Center, 701 El Portal Drive, Hollywood Park.

March 22-Aug. 13

McNay Art Museum will host “Beyond Reality,” an exhibit featuring artwork by four Texas-based artists: Carlos Donjuan, Angela Fox, Ernesto Ibañez and Dan Lam, whose work features imagined realities. The show runs through Aug. 13. 6000 N. New Braunfels Ave., San Antonio.

March 23-25

The Hollywood Park Community Association is sponsoring the annual citywide garage sale involving numerous local households. 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Free admission. Citywide; see map for participating households online or in print at the entrances on Mecca Drive, Voigt Drive or Donella Drive.