San Antonio can be a very romantic place if you know the right places to go. But in fall there are special treats just for the season.
1. Pumpkin Craving. There is on the spot Pumpkin Carving at Micheal’s
On Saturday, October 8th from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m., design an extreme craft pumpkin. Make-It Take-It with purchase of pumpkin. Ages 3 and up. While supplies last. Call your favorite store before heading out since all events are subject to change or cancellation.
or you can go to a Pumpkin Patch for one nearest you: http://www.pumpkinpatchesandmore.org/TXpsanantonio.php#listings
I go to University United Methodist Church 5084 De Zavala Rd , San Antonio, TX 78249. Open: daily from 9:00 am -8:30 pm Month of October only.
2. See the night sky together. This is a free night event. The cool breeze will let you two snuggle while seeing the stars through a telescope in the park.
McAllister Park, 13102 Jones Maltsberger Road (map)
Observe the sky through large telescopes in an informational program with the San Antonio Astronomical Association. Sundown-10 p.m. every Wed. Free. “Lower Bee Tree” soccer field parking lot. . http://www.sanantonioastronomy.org. 210-710-4786 Please, contact the association as dates may change.
3. Group Hiking. There are many opportunities to get with a group and hike and share this experience with someone special. Below is an opportunity with the Texas Parks and Wildlife.
3350 Park Road 31, Spring Branch TX 78070 (map)
Texas Parks and Wildlife invites you to join them for a hiking experience. This event takes place every Saturday until November 26 2011 from 9:00am – 11:30am. at the Guadalupe River State Park 3350 Park Road 31 Spring Branch, TX, 78070 Phone:830-438-2656
4. Gardening Class. This is a chance to get a little dirty but make a big impression.
Spurs Community Garden (map)
Square Foot Gardening Classes Every 4th Friday of the month at 2 p.m. Join us in the Spurs Community Garden for a free class on the practice of planning small but intensively planted gardens. Square foot gardening is great for beginner gardeners. Interested participants should register one week prior to the class by calling 210-431-8347.
5. Ghost Tour. San Antonio has been called the most hunted city in the U.S. Want to see if you find a ghost?
Scenergydating will have a ghost tour event:
Oct. 27 8:00pm
You can order your tickets at
Event starts at 8:30 p.m. sharp at the Gazebo next to the Alamo, it is important you arrive on time.
For more information about event go to the official site
or the leader of the Ghost Tour information:
There is plenty more that you can do in San Antonio. Just when you do just have fun!
Thanks to free is fantastic for some great free ideas.