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Parks & RecreationContinued from page 50Tom Slick Park - Dog Park7400 Texas 151 Access RdSan Antonio, TX 78227(210) 207-7275Park Hours: Sunday-Saturday 5am-11pmThe 1-acre dog park (off the 151 entrance to the park) features separate areas for large and small dogs. Amenities include benches, picnic tables, a fountain for people and pets, and a special doggie shower. Shade structures and solar lights are pending. A second fenced dog enclosure is located on the Timber Creek entrance side adjacent to a new pavilion and playground. www.sanantonio.gov keyword “Tom Slick Park”Woodlawn Lake Park1103 CincinnatiSan Antonio, TX 78201(210)732.5789Park Hours: Sunday-Saturday: 5:00 a.m. – midnightVisitors traveled by street car to enjoy what was called “the finest artificial lake in the south.” Electric lights (still new at that time) illuminated the lake where visitors danced in an outdoor pavilion and rowed in small boats. In later years there were outdoor movies and vaudeville acts. The lake and surrounding land were privately owned until 1918 when they were deeded to the City. The name was changed to Woodlawn Lake and many improvements and additions were made to the 62-acre park in the next 79 years. www.sanantonio.govLibrariesCody Library11441 Vance Jackson(210) 207-910090,126 volumes featuring a large fiction collection and a strong art book collection. There is a broad selection of adult and juvenile audiobooks. Cody also has an extensive collection of adult and juvenile videos including classic movies, documentaries, and educational videos, as well as, popular entertainment videos. Music CDs and DVDs have been added to the collection.Only Children’s magazines circulated. For more information , visit www.mysapl.orgGreat Northwest Library9050 Wellwood StSan Antonio, TX 78250(210) 207-9210Provides over 99,500 items including books, audio books, music, videos, magazines, newspapers, and financial publications. Great Northwest Branch Library has 17 public computers with internet access, and also provides a wi-fi service for patrons arriving with their own equipment. www.mysapl.orgIgo Library13330 Kyle Seale PkwySan Antonio, TX 78249(210) 207-9080The library includes a community meeting room space, computer labs and a windmill/art structure- which acts as an alternative energy source/environmental demonstration project. www.mysapl.orgLeon Valley Public Library6425 Evers RdLeon Valley, TX 78238(210) 684-0720This library has a collection of over 50,000 books and materials for all ages. The Leon Valley Public Library offers current releases, audio books, large print books, Weekly Storytimes, Summer Reading Program, free public computers, notary services, and much more. www.leonvalley.lib.tx.usMaverick Library8700 Mystic ParkSan Antonio, TX 78254(210) 207-9060The Maverick Library has 18 public-access computers for adults, 3 for children, and 4 library catalog computers. This new library offers full services including: access to the Internet and word- processing, children’s materials and programs (including the annual Summer Reading Program), services for young adults and senior citizens, and comfortable reading areas. www.mysapl.orgPatrick Heath Public Library451NMainSt,#100Boerne, Tx 78006(830) 249-3053The library itself is a beautiful new facility, but the grounds are just as fabulous. In addition to gorgeous native plants, they also have a Heritage Plaza. Additionally, there are trees and benches located in various places all around the property, and many of them have been placed there ina loved one’s honor or memory. They have community events through out the year. There is computer and wifi service. For more information, visit www.ci.boerne.tx.us/197/LibraryPotranco Library8765 State Hwy 151 Access RdSan Antonio, TX 78245(210) 207-9280Potranco Library is 5,000 square feet and features a 900 square foot exterior courtyard, an interactive maker space, a quiet study area, a 1,525 square foot extended hours self-service lobby shared with the YMCA, and a children’s discovery area. Other spaces in the Library include a full-service computer area with free Wi-Fi, and of course a collection of popular materials. Potranco Library is also home to San Antonio Public Library system’s only collection of vinyl records available forcheckoutandaself-servicelaptopcheckoutkiosk. www.mysapl.org50 www.GreatNWGuide.com 2017-2018Libraries Parks


































































































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