Come celebrate how the mighty San Antonio River has shaped the cultural and natural resource history of our area from ancient times to the present.
Nov 08, 2014
from 10:00 AM to 04:00 PM
|Where||Goliad State Park & Historic Site|
|Contact Phone||(361) 645-3405|
Come to Goliad State Park on Saturday, Nov. 8, between the hours of 10:00 am and 4:00 pm to experience our annual fall event – Rio! Rio! The event will focus on the influence of the mighty San Antonio River on the local area. Whether plants, animals, or people - all are part of the interconnecting web of life, with water acting as the thread that draws all.
- See native wildlife
- Learn about plant usage
- Water resource exploration
See demonstrations and reenactors!
- Bobbin Lace
- Stone Carving
- Spanish Friar Reenactor
- Spanish Infantry Reenactors
Participate in hands on activities!
- Create cordage
- Grind corn
- Roping and ranching
- Archeology guessing game
AND MUCH MORE!
Visitors attending Rio! Rio! will be able to encounter and learn about many of the native plants and animals that call the water, woodlands, and limestone bluffs around the San Antonio river ‘home.’ And there will be people too! Just like our wild neighbors, we humans have been drawn to create our homes along the river. Entrance to Rio! Rio! Is $2.00/person, plus park entrance fees.