Yanaguana and the Archaeology of the San Antonio Headwaters- FULL
The walks scheduled on this day are full. Names may be submitted for a wait list.
This is Part I of the Headwaters History Series.
For thousands of years before Spanish settlement, Native Americans pilgrimaged to the headwaters of the San Antonio River to meet, trade, and celebrate the sacred Blue Hole spring. Join us for a walk to learn about the archaeology of this region, and how the first peoples of San Antonio utilized the Headwaters in everyday and spiritual life. This walk is limited to 12. Alex Scott Antram, Executive Director, Headwaters at Incarnate Word will lead the walk.