People seeking ways to enjoy the arrival of spring will find plenty of opportunities around San Antonio with these events happening from March 8-12. This list is not comprehensive.

Traditional dances of Mexico

Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center will present “Celebrando Tradiciones,” a celebration of culture featuring the Guadalupe Dance Co. and music by Mariachi Azteca de América through traditional dances and sounds of Mexico.Watershed analysis presentation

Benjamin Brown with the Texas Coastal Brigade will talk at Phil Hardberger Park about watersheds and why they are important to the ecology. Attendees of this presentation will also take part in an activity modeling water drainage and a short walk to view how water travels in the park.Pop Madness

Pop Madness is a pop culture celebration with authors, artists, anime, crafts, cosplay and other activities for all ages.Spring fun at the botanical garden

San Antonio Botanical Garden is hosting a range of events celebrating the arrival of spring, including an educational, hands-on program about pollinators.
  • March 9, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
  • Admission included in SABG admission
  • 555 Funston Place, San Antonio
Spring Bloom

San Antonio Water System will present its annual Spring Bloom event where attendees can learn about which garden styles can make for a quality yard going into the summer. The first 1,000 adult guests will receive a free WaterSaver plant. Visitors may browse the plant sales for native plants, herbs and drought-tolerant ornamentals. There will also be demonstrations of SAWS’s new app as well as ConnectH2O electronic water meters.Spring Break at the Briscoe

Briscoe Western Art Museum will have a variety of activities for young families enjoying Spring Break, including daily arts and crafts programming, building with Legos, and stories about the Old West.
  • March 11-16, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
  • Admission included with museum admission; free (age 12 and under, and active-duty military); craft supplies are provided for free
  • 210 W. Market St., San Antonio
La Villita spring fun

Visitors to La Villita can enjoy different spring-themed activities, including Fiesta arts and crafts, and opportunities to buy or trade for Fiesta medals.