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King William Fair 2019--SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS

  • King William Fair 107 King William Street San Antonio, TX, 78204 United States (map)

We are returning to San Antonio, TX, for FIESTA 2019

We are thankful to be invited to the King William Fair 2019! Spending the day amongst a bajillion high-quality crafters, celebrating a city we all love in the oldest neighborhood in town makes our hearts feel good.

  • We are on the corner of the 200 BLOCK of Sheridan this year


We hope to be there with our newest family member this year, who will probably be exceptionally cute and only a month old! Here are two of our employees at the end of Fiesta 2016.

We hope to be there with our newest family member this year, who will probably be exceptionally cute and only a month old! Here are two of our employees at the end of Fiesta 2016.

Keep your eyeballs open for the rainbow booth!

Keep your eyeballs open for the rainbow booth!

If you go to this event yearly, you may have seen us before as “Very Small Shoes.”

If you go to this event yearly, you may have seen us before as “Very Small Shoes.”

It doesn’t feel like our kid is sleeping at this event, though that’s all we ever seem to get a picture of.

It doesn’t feel like our kid is sleeping at this event, though that’s all we ever seem to get a picture of.


From the event page:

“The King William Fair is a family fair with art and craft vendors, live music and dance on five stages, food and beverage booths, a Kids Kingdom play area and a small but quirky parade, all on the streets of the historic district with its stately homes and gracious gardens.

The King William Association, established in 1967, celebrates the history and diversity of Texas’ first historic neighborhood. Proceeds provide educational scholarships for inner-city students, art programs for elementary through high school and revitalization for historic preservation of the King William Neighborhood. It may be the only neighborhood association in the entire state with four historic districts within its boundaries, including the state’s oldest district created by city ordinance and three districts recognized by the National Register of Historic Places.

Admission is $15; children 12 and under are free.
210-271-3247 | syeira@kwfair.org | www.kwfair.org

RSVP on the Facebook page here.