Maybe you don’t want to live in a big city….even though living in San Antonio is like living in a small town to me since I seem to run into someone I know no matter where I am. So many military folks like to retire here or maybe you’re finding the real estate seems to be getting too pricey in San Antonio proper and don’t mind a short commute, here are some possible choices: New Braunfels, San Marcos, Floresville, Pleasanton, Boerne, Universal City, Schertz, Selma, La Vernia, Von Ormy, Castroville, Helotes, Canyon Lake, Spring Branch, Marion.
Still trying to figure out what to do on July 4th? Here is a list of things to do:
Woodlawn Lake: The City of San Antonio is hosting this huge party that begins at 8 am with Zumba classes, live music, dancing, carnival rides, bull riding, food vendors and more!
El Mercado: Freedom Fest at Market Square! Musical acts, dancers, arts & crafts, shopping, restaurants…..who doesn’t love Market Square?
Red, White and Blue at the Pearl: looking for a more hip vibe? It’s always cool at the Pearl!
Independence Day at the Alamo: Where real independence begins…why not hit downtown and check out the Alamo?
4th of July Jubilee in Schertz: 9 am to 10pm in Pickrell Park with live music at 5, food, vendors, games, rides, watermelon and pie eating contests….a true down home party! Schertz, Texas
Red, White & Buda: begins at 5 pm with fireworks at 9:30, Buda Sportplex, Buda, Texas
Kyle Independence Day: 6pm with fireworks at 9:30. Plum Creek Golf Course, Kyle, Texas
July 4th Frontier Days: 10am parade, Fireworks at dark. Old Settlers Park, Round Rock, Texas