Looking for something to do this summer with the kids that is close to home and inexpensive? Back by popular demand, Village at Stone Oak is bringing back its "Movie Under the Stars" event.
Every Tuesday night, starting in June, families can head over to the parking lot of Village at Stone Oak to enjoy FREE Family Friendly movies.
The first movie shown will be "Where the Wild Things are".
A complete list of movies will be provided soon.
Come Out and enjoy all the fun this summer.
The North East Independent School District (NEISD) has been selected to receive the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) 2013 National Environmental Leadership Award in Asthma Management for its exemplary efforts to deliver high- quality environmental asthma management as a part of comprehensive asthma care services.
Do you have a passion for poetry? Are you looking for some insight on how you can connect poetry in today's society?
The Parman Branch Library at Stone Oak is kicking off a series of iterary collaborations with UTSA.To start it off, UTSA poet-in-resident Wendy Barker will speak about her longtime passion for poetry.
The sounds of Mariachi music filled Que Taco last Saturday. Customers and family friends of owner Pablo Labiaga came to help celebrate the grand opening of his restaurant "Que Taco". While at the grand opening, Que Taco was giving away free tacos for customers.
The YMCA of Greater San Antonio will be hosting a job fair at the Thousand Oaks Family YMCA, located at 16101 Henderson Pass, on Wednesday, May 15 from 4-8 pm.
The Y provides both full-time and part-time benefits for staff members including:The YMCA Retirement Plan, advancement opportunities, free citywide Y membership, discounts on Y services and programs and a staff wellness plan.
Over 200 part-time, full-time and seasonal positions are available at YMCA locations across San Antonio, Boerne, Schertz and New Braunfels.
Roll up those sleeves and come out and help save a life. Green Fields Market will be hosting a Blood Drive on May 11 from 9 a.m-12 p.m
The South Texas Blood & Tissue Center will have a van and crew in the parking lot of Green Fields Market. The center will be collecting an adequate amount of blood to supply over 100 hospitals and clinics located in 43 South Texas counties, including Bexar County.
The blood collected from donors will be used for cancer patients, open-heart surgery patients, diabetics, recipients of organ or tissue transplant, and trauma victims.