Classical music concerts, theatrical performances, and a chance for community members to safely play and exercise in city streets are among major events scheduled in San Antonio over the first weekend of April.

Single professionals group meetup

Single Professionals Network, a friendship group for singles age 55 and older, meets for conversation, libations, games and food.
  • April 5, 4-6 p.m.
  • Free admission
  • The Roo Pub, 19314 N. US 281, San Antonio
Pingpong tournament

San Antonio Table Tennis Club will hold a pingpong tournament in a friendly but competitive format. Participation is open to all ages.Student plays

Reagan High School theater arts students will present their annual ROAD (Reagan One Act and Directing) Show, which features one-act plays written, directed and performed by RHS students.‘Mean Girls Jr.’

Children’s Ballet of San Antonio will perform “Mean Girls Jr.,” an adaptation of the Broadway all-ages version of the hit film comedy. It tells the story of student Cady Heron who must learn to navigate the hazardous social hierarchy of high school when her family moves to suburban Illinois from Kenya.Family discovery walk

Phil Hardberger Park Conservancy will host a guided discovery walk for anyone wanting to know about the plants and animals that thrive in the park. There will also be a scavenger hunt.Solar eclipse celebration

Moon Valley Nurseries will invite community members to get ready for the April 8 solar eclipse by enjoying various activities, such as receiving free viewing glasses, space-themed crafts, snacks and an opportunity to enter a drawing to win a telescope.Witte’s annual Fiesta exhibit

Witte Museum will open its annual Fiesta exhibit, this year called “Fiesta Looks to the Skies,” a showcase of gowns, trains and formalwear of Fiesta royalty that draw inspiration from the sky and stars above.Síclovía

YMCA of Greater San Antonio will present the spring edition of Síclovía, a family-friendly event where major city roads are opened up to everyone for a few hours and turned into a safe place for play and exercise. Walkers, runners, cyclists, skaters, pet owners and others are invited to enjoy various vendors, exercise classes, food trucks, treats and other activities along the route.‘Theatrical Serenade’

San Antonio Mastersingers will present “Theatrical Serenade,” a concert of Broadway and opera favorites.
  • April 7, 3 p.m.
  • Free
  • Watson Fine Arts Center at St. Philip’s College, 1801 Martin Luther King Drive, San Antonio
‘Romani Rhapsody’

Musical Bridges Around the World will present “Romani Rhapsody,” a concert featuring Hungarian virtuoso violinist and jazz improviser Roby Lakatos and his ensemble.‘An Evening with Strings’

Youth Orchestras of San Antonio will present "An Evening with Strings,” a series of concerts with music groups from campuses in each North East ISD high school cluster performing famed film scores and songs. Each night will feature a different school cluster; all concerts will take place at Blossom Athletic Center Littleton Gymnasium.Shakespeare in the Park

The Classic Theatre of San Antonio and The Public Theater of San Antonio are collaborating to present “Midsummer Sueño,” a new adaptation of Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night's Dream.” This version, told in English, Spanish and Shakespeare’s verse, is developed especially for San Antonio, written and directed by Paco Farias. The Shakespeare in the Park festival has a limited six-show run from April 9 through April 14. The festival will include local vendors and food trucks.
  • April 9-14, 7:30 p.m.
  • $25 adults, free for ages 12 and under; VIP seating $20-$50
  • San Pedro Springs Park, 800 W. Ashby Place, San Antonio