september, 2021

18sep8:30 am12:00 pmFeaturedMiraflores Symposium

Event Details

One hundred years ago, Dr. Aureliano Urrutia, a prominent physician who came to San Antonio during the Mexican Revolution, began creating his garden, Miraflores, near the headwaters of the San Antonio River. This symposium examines the complex history of Miraflores and its status in 21st-century San Antonio. Lectures on the garden’s historical, cultural, and archeological significance, its place in Urrutia family history, and its meanings in landscape architecture will be followed by a panel discussion that considers possible futures for the site.

What: Miraflores at 100 – del pasado al futuro

When: 8:30 to Noon, Sept. 18

Where: San Antonio Botanical Garden, 555 Funston Place

Cost: $8 for San Antonio Botanical Garden members, 15 for nonmembers, $5 for students with ID

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(Saturday) 8:30 am - 12:00 pm

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