22 Super Cheap Ways to Have Fun in San Antonio This Spring

Sometimes, having fun can be expensive. If you're a broke college kid or if you're just on a budget, this is for you. Having fun at any of these places is easy without having to choose between merrymaking and rent.
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Learn How to Garden This Spring with the Farm IQ Class Series
5200 Enrique M. Barrera Pkwy, eventbrite.com
Attendees to this free event will learn the basics of planting a spring garden, and will leave with seeds, plants, and a plan. Register soon! There are only 30 spots.
Photo via Eventbrite
Learn How to Garden This Spring with the Farm IQ Class Series
5200 Enrique M. Barrera Pkwy, eventbrite.com
Attendees to this free event will learn the basics of planting a spring garden, and will leave with seeds, plants, and a plan. Register soon! There are only 30 spots.
Photo via Eventbrite
Go to the San Antonio Book Festival
600 Soledad, (210) 225-4728, saplf.org
Free to get in, the San Antonio Book Festival’s mission is to celebrate literary culture. Check the lineup to see if your favorite author is swinging by.
Photo via Instagram / sabookfest
Go to the San Antonio Book Festival
600 Soledad, (210) 225-4728, saplf.org
Free to get in, the San Antonio Book Festival’s mission is to celebrate literary culture. Check the lineup to see if your favorite author is swinging by.
Photo via Instagram / sabookfest