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Dream Big at Main Plaza

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On Saturday, January 28th, Main Plaza Conservancy will host an official Dream Week 2023 event, Dream Big at Main Plaza. In collaboration with Flor Y Canto and San Fernando Cathedral, this event will highlight the importance of equity and diversity in our community. We will begin at 11 AM with an interfaith service inside San Fernando Cathedral. Free crafts will be hosted on the plaza beginning at 12 PM. Activities will include a community mural, code quilting, and weaving lessons!

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  • Main Plaza

    115 N. Main Avenue, San Antonio Downtown

    (210) 225-9800

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