Did Someone Say...Fiesta?

If it's April in San Antonio, it must be Fiesta

From April 7 - 17, the spanish word for 'party' takes on more meaning for all in San Antonio. In it's 117th year, Fiesta began in 1891 to honor the heros of the Battles of the Alamo and San Jacinto. Today it's 110 events also showcase San Antonio's rich multicultural heritage. With parades, festivals, exhibits,carnivals, athletic activities, live music and dancing, and delicious food and beverages, there's something for every taste.  The events are held at various venues around town.
Oyster Bake
During "A Day in Old Mexico" the Charreada serenade Fiesta's visitors while food for every taste can be sampled.

 On April 12,  NIOSA, aka "A Night in Old San Antonio" is kicked off at La Villita.  Don't forget to dress us, many brave ones do.

 The Tejano Bands, Mariachi Festival, World Class Jazz Concert, Gartenfest (Everyone has a German side, don't ya'll know) and the Fiesta Square and Round Dance provide constant entertainment.
SW School of Art Fair
The Southwest School of Art and Craft sponsors a wonderful Arts Fair and during several days the "Cornyation" provides comical and dramatic musical antics to please the actor in all of us.

 Oh, I almost forgot, to touch on our "cowboy (and cowgirl)" sides. A short while watching these charros would make anyone want a horse and spurs.
 Most events are free and promise a memorable San Antonio experience.  For a full schedule of events check out the Fiesta website.

AND...When you stay at Hidden Valley RV we'll provide you with all the directions, maps and schedules you'll need to make the most of your stay AND...welcome you back to a peaceful night of rest in the country.

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