By: Luke

The San Antonio rodeo is fun. There are lots of things there. For example: there is always the carnival and there us the rodeo inside, which holds lots of events. I went to the carnival and we have one of the largest carnivals according to the San Antonio rodeo website. There are many fun rides like the Twister, which makes me dizzy. There are also events like the pig race, which is always fun to watch those cute pigs run around. There is also fun food that people have, like huge chicken legs. There are also games that you can win prizes for people. I think we have the best carnival because it is fun and there are many things to do, and you can have fun with your family.

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By: Jada K.

What is Siclovia? Siclovia is a Big Event that turns some of the major streets in downtown San Antonio into a safe environment for people of all ages to attend. You can play, get some exercise in, and just have tons of fun with your family and friends.  The next Siclovia will take place on Sunday September, 27, 2015 near Downtown Broadway in San Antonio, from 10:00 – 3:00. There is even a 5K Walk or Run that you and your Family and Friends. So come on down and have a great time at SICLOVIA. !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.

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Chalk it up!

By: Hannah G

If you would like to spend a day full of art and creativity, head on down to downtown San Antonio on October 10, 2015 from 10am till 4pm for Chalk It Up’s annual festival. San Antonio’s best artists, fun art organizations, and local art students will be down there chalking up Houston Street. There will be hands on activities for people of all ages. You will be able to join the creation of the Downtown Mural. Art Pace will be the sponsoring program with Ernesto Olivo, local artist and art educator, as Associate Educator.

What inspires these artists to do exciting works of art? What drives their passion to create works of art that become our history? Chalk It Up is the time to let your artistic passion take over you and fill the streets with creativity. It will be a family friendly event that every member can enjoy.

International artist Cally Spooners will be attending from London, also Marie Lorenz from New York, and Larry Bamburg from Brooklyn, New York. They will be the new artist residents. They will be there having an open discussion starting at 6:30pm.

Garner Middle School’s first ten people to sign up for Chalk It Up through Art Club will be attending this event to create their original idea. They will go downtown to create their inspiration of art.

There will be merriments like music and food booths. It will be a time to bring friends, and family together. There will be free admission because they care about teaching people about art, and igniting artistic passion. A festival that will bring art and people together, will you be a part of it?


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