The end of April is the end of Fiesta San Antonio, but there are still plenty of activities to enjoy citywide.

There are also other non-Fiesta events to attend with the arrival of May, including a sports collectibles show and a Native American art show.

Through April 30

Fiesta San Antonio, the annual citywide party, features more than 100 events provided by official Fiesta Participating Member Organizations. Notable activities to wrap up Fiesta this weekend include Night In Old San Antonio from April 26-28; the daily Fiesta Carnival; the Battle of Flowers Parade on April 28; and the Pooch Parade, King William Fair and Flambeau Parade all on April 29. Ticket sales and concession proceeds go to benefit those organizations as well as other local nonprofits and charitable causes. Check Community Impact’s Fiesta coverage if you are heading out to any festivities.

  • Event times and dates vary.
  • Admission varies; some events offer free admission.
  • Event locations vary.

April 28

Single Professionals Network, a friendship group for singles age 55 and older, meets for conversation, libations, games and food.

  • 4-6 p.m.
  • Free (admission)
  • Stone Werks Big Rock Grill, 999 E. Basse Road, San Antonio

April 28

Pearl will have a family-friendly DJ set with SoundCream’s Disco Booth at Pearl Park. Guests may enjoy the music with Fiesta-themed treats from Pearl restaurants, face painting and photo opportunities.

April 28 and 29

Americana Indian Shows will feature Native American jewelry, art and home decor from contemporary Navajo, Hopi, Zuni and Santo Domingo artists.

April 29

The Lady Bird Johnson High School Jaguar Pride Association will present Jaggyshack, a golf fundraiser for the student athlete booster club. Golfers may participate as an individual or team player. The registration fee includes breakfast, lunch, a snack, access to a raffle, on-course contests and more. Sponsorships available.

April 29 and 30

The San Antonio Collectors Expo will have several vendors buying, selling and trading a variety of sports cards and collectibles, comics, toys, and other pop culture memorabilia.

  • 10 a.m.-5 p.m. (April 29); 10 a.m.-5 p.m. (April 30)
  • $10 each day, $15 weekend pass
  • San Antonio Shrine Auditorium, 901 N. Loop 1604 W., San Antonio

April 30

Twisted Tattoo will celebrate National Adopt a Shelter Pet Day with a pet contest and a fundraiser for Helotes Humane Society.

May 1

The Charger Golf Classic, benefitting the Churchill High School Charger Sports Association, allows participants to play as a single golfer or as a team. There will also be a cash bar, an auction and a dinner. Registration begins at 11:30 a.m.

  • Tee time: 1:30 p.m.
  • $125 per golfer, $25 for dinner
  • Silverhorn Golf Club, 1100 W. Bitters Road, San Antonio

May 4-7

The North East School of the Arts theatre students perform Arthur Miller’s play “The Crucible,” which dramatizes the Salem, Massachusetts, witch trials of the 1690s.

  • 7:30 p.m. (May 4-6); and 2:30 p.m. (May 7)
  • $15
  • Legacy of Educational Excellence High School Performing Arts Auditorium, 1400 Jackson Keller Road, San Antonio