Things to do in NOVEMBER around San Antonio!!

thankful for fall

Kassie with Coupons and Freebies in TX  and The Life of the Bucks graciously put together a list of activities going on around San Antonio in November to share with my readers!!

Fall is here in San Antonio and I wanted to give you a list of things you can do with your family this November.  All of them are family friendly places or events you can attend.  Some are outside of the San Antonio city but they are really close so I included them as events.

Veteran’s Day Parade November 9th ROTC Competition 8AM in Alamo Plaza, Wreath Ceremony in front of the Alamo at 10:30am with the parade to follow at 12PM.

Also on November 9th the Hondo airfield will have WWII era bombers and a reenactment of the candy bomber dropping parachutes of candy to kids!!

Tree Lighting Ceremony
November 29th in Alamo Plaza. Entertainment begins at 3pm; Lighting Ceremony begins at 6pm. Celebrate the official start to the holiday season with the 29th Annual H.E.B. Tree Lighting Ceremony. Live musical entertainment.   Then in the evening Holiday River parade which starts at 7PM but you want to get there early.

South Texas Corn Maize open till December 1st, this one is in Honda

Wurstfest – November 1st till November 10th this one is in New Braunfels

Rampage Hockey Games- They have family nights and many other great deals so much sure you  check out a game this season.

Check out the new exhibit at the Witte Museum.  It is about CSI: The Experience themed.  Also admission is free on Tuesday from 3 to 8 p.m.

Check out Seaworld San Antonio Christmas celebration – Wintery Wonderland from Nov 23rd till Dec 31st

Brand new event called Meatopia Texas on November 2nd and 3rd at the Pearl Brewery, you won’t want to miss it.

Six Flags Fiesta Texas – Holiday in the Park November 29th- Jan 1st.

Go check out the BookCeller at the central library and find some amazing fall books for under $1.00 a piece!

Host a solider in your home trainee in your house for Thanksgiving.  To get more information on it call 210-671-5453 and tell them it is about Operation Homecooking.

If you are looking for a place to eat on Thanksgiving – Lubys and Golden Corral are open.

Thanks again Kassie!! If you haven’t already you need to go read her blogs to see all the other great stuff she is posting! She recently shared this list with all the places kids eat free in San Antonio!


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