North San Antonio Edition - June 2022


June & July events


18 Parkway at Stone Oak apartment complex is under development at 20727 Stone Oak Parkway, San Anto- nio. According to a Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation filing, the $37 million, 316,709-square-foot project involves 11 apartment buildings and a sin- gle-story structure containing the leasing office and clubhouse with amenities. The filing said construction is scheduled to wrap up in early summer 2023. 19 Mr. Liquor plans to open a store in a 1,200-square-foot space in the Woods at TPC retail center at 4419 E. Evans Road, Ste. 106, San Antonio. Mr. Liquor will of- fer a variety of beer, spirits, wines, mixers and beverage accessories. A project to finish out the existing space is scheduled to conclude later this summer, accord- ing to a Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation filing. No public contact phone number or website is available from Mr. Liquor. EXPANSIONS 20 Target is expanding drive-thru pick- up sections at several San Antonio-area stores, including A 22382 Hwy. 281 N. and B 18255 Blanco Road. According to Texas Department of Licensing and Reg- ulation filings, the expansions include parking lot restriping, stall parking sig- nage and wayfinding drive-up beacons. Work at the Stone Oak and Vineyard locations is scheduled for completion this July. 210-764-7876 (Vineyard location). 210-679-2368 (Stone Oak location). IN THE NEWS 21 Methodist Healthcare System plans to renovate and reopen its ambulato- ry surgery center, Methodist Surgery Center-Landmark as a general hospital at 5510 Presidio Parkway, San Antonio. Ambulatory surgery centers offer same day surgical procedures. According to a Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation filing, the $47 million project will start this July and conclude by February 2023. Construction will affect about 4,000 square feet of existing space. No name or phone number for the new hospital has been furnished yet.







The Armed Forces River Parade boasts 15 oats representing the U.S. military branches as well as area businesses and nonprots supporting active duty and retired service members. 11 a.m. (parade begins). Free admission. Westin Riverwalk Hotel, 420 W. Market St., San Antonio.

The city of Shavano Park will hold its annual Independence Day picnic with live music, pony rides, a petting zoo, food trucks and water park activities. Residents can bring their own chairs. 5-8 p.m. Free (admission). Shavano Park City Hall, 900 Saddletree Court, Shavano Park. 210-493-3478.

Antonio location in a former Zoe’s Kitchen space at 13610 San Pedro Ave., San Antonio. Cava offers customizable salads, grain bowls and pitas. Cava began a $175,000 renovation project at the 3,123-square-foot building in early April and expected to finish construction by early June, according to a Texas Depart- ment of Licensing and Regulation filing. The company has not yet furnished an opening date. 15 Retail coffee chain PJ’s Coffee of New Orleans now plans to open a third San Antonio location on Aug. 1 at 9811 W. I-10. PJ’s offers a variety of coffee drinks as well as breakfast and lunch items. PJ’s recently opened a Camp Bullis- area location at 19739 W. I-10 and has a longstanding store at 9703 Bandera Road. 16 Ground was broken May 10 on construction of Texas Dog Co. and Beer Garden at 4302 Hyatt Place Drive, San Antonio, near the Wurzbach Road/ West I-10 intersection. Led by Bar Amer- ica owner Brian Correa, the dog-friendly bar will sit on nearly 25,000-square- feet of property and feature separate dog runs and volleyball courts. Ziga Architecture Studio is designing the family-friendly bar, where construction is due to finish by late November. Follow Texas Dog Co.’s progress on Instagram at @baramerica_satx. 17 Early Bird Coffee , a mobile coffee vendor based at the Huebner Oaks Shop- ping Center at 11745 W. I-10, Ste. 527, plans to open a brick-and-mortar location this summer in the same retail center. A grand opening date has not yet been set. Early Bird can be found online on Instagram at



JUNE 25 ADOPT A PET More than 10 animal rescues will offer pet adoption opportunities. Fees of $150 for cats or kittens, and $250 for dogs or puppies will include vaccinations, spaying/neutering and microchips. Food trucks and pet vendors will be on site. 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Free (admission). San Antonio Shrine Auditorium, 901 N. Loop 1604 W., San Antonio. godsdogsrescue JULY 04 CELEBRATE INDEPENDENCE DAY The Hollywood Park Community Association presents Hollywood Park’s annual Fourth of July parade, which begins at City Hall, 2 Mecca Drive, and ends at Voigt Park, 701 El Portal Drive, Hollywood Park, where residents may enjoy a family-friendly picnic and swimming. Attendees may

donate an unused pet toy or item at the “Hollywood Bark” station to receive a free shirt. 10 a.m. Free. 04 OBSERVE THE FOURTH The San Antonio Parks Foundation and H-E-B present San Antonio’s Fourth of July Celebration with music, food, children’s activities and more. The event concludes with a fireworks show. 11 a.m.-9:30 p.m. Free (admission). Woodlawn Lake Park, 1103 Cincinnati Ave., San Antonio. 210- 212-8423. www.saparksfoundation. org/event/fourth-of-july-celebration 17 SAMPLE COLOMBIAN FOOD AND CULTURE The Colombian Festival of San Antonio is a family-friendly event featuring Colombian celebrities, food, music, local artists, vendors, children’s activities and more. 11 a.m.-8 p.m. $35- $40 (adult admission), $15-$20 (ages 12 and under). San Antonio Shrine Auditorium, 901 N. Loop 1604 W.

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