On large group bicycle rides, a neighbor I ride with always says ‘present’ when his name is called during the check to make sure everyone is altogether and ready to go. It’s a positive retort that makes me laugh a little and smile.
Keystone School, located in the heart of Monte Vista, has been a haven for an exceptionally diverse groups of bright and motivated students since 1948.
Who knew concrete could be so much fun or so interesting? If you attended the Belknap Place Centennial Celebration on May 21, then you know!
Things may have improved by the time you read this, but today, July 27, I am worried.
We are so lucky to have passionate experts on many things in Monte Vista. On August 6th, two of our most celebrated experts on Tiles and Enchiladas, Susan Toomey Frost and Cappy Lawton, shared their knowledge on their lifelong passions.
Thanks to Bill Davis and Oscar Camacho for their continuing support.
One of MVHA’s founders, Emily Denman Thuss, passed away last December. She is mourned by our neighborhood and by many all across San Antonio.
When I look back on 2016, I am AMAZED at how much happened in the Monte Vista Historic District in one year!
National Night Out (NNO) is an annual community-police awareness-raising event held all over the United States.
A cocktail gala was held at the home of Richard and Leith Negley to celebrate Belknap Place.
The Monte Vista Historical Association has a few openings for new board members.
The Pie Contest was smokin’. For the second year in a row, David Smith carried off first place honors for his Smoked Pecan Pie.
The birth of our nation was celebrated at the Landa Library Grounds in usual Monte Vista style with old-fashioned patriotic and neighborly fun.