Uniquely poised to appeal to people from various economic and social backgrounds who are looking to live, work and play in a neighborhood that reflects diversity in every sense of the word. Tobin Hill represents, art, culture, entertainment, music, family, commerce education, growth, potential, and most of all, pride.

NEWS & EVENTS

THCA Public Meeting

Greetings Neighbors!! Public Meeting this Thursday November 16th at 6PM Eco-Centro 1802 N. Main   Agenda Items to Include: *THCA 10th Anniversary of Historic Designation *Regional Center Update *Drainage Project Update *Sign up for Volunteering at the Food Bank for the Holiday’s *Code Enforcement   PIZZA Social to follow at THE MIX 2423 N St. Mary’s “Please Bring a Friend” **************************************************** HOLIDAY PARTY December 14th 6:30 PM 306 E. Myrtle More Details to Follow ...

“TOBIN TALK” What’s going on in the Neighborhood!

Greetings Neighbors!! I hope this finds you well. I am happy to report that the Movie Night in the Park was a huge success!!! We had a few more than 85 Neighbors in attendance!! The weather was just perfect for an evening in the Park! Many enjoyed an array of food from several trucks. A big THANK YOU to District One Councils office, San Antonio College as well as Metropolitan Methodist hospital for their support! ...

“TOBIN TALK” What’s going on in the Neighborhood!!

Greetings to All!!    National Night Out 2017 To say that the Tobin Hill National Night out event on Tuesday October 3rd was a success would be an understatement.  Over 60 people (Residents and Guests) were among the Attendee’s. A Special Thank you to Jacob and Amanda for hosting at their home. Many outdoor activities were enjoyed by all ages and more thanks are due to all involved.  Hot Dogs were served, along with various sides ...

National Night Out in Tobin Hill

National Night Out will take place Rain or Shine!!! Mother nature will not hold us down. Please invite a Friend or Neighbor!! Looking forward to seeing everyone!!! ...

April Message From THCA President Cody Doege

Greetings to all and Viva Fiesta!!!!! Yes, it's that time of year and we are getting ready to make it the best of Fiestas yet!!!  Stands selling sizzling fajitas. Majorettes strutting as military bands march. Cascarones, colorful eggshells filled with confetti, dotting the crowds with prismatic color as they're broken. Extravagantly decorated floats. Music, mariachi, blues, jazz, rock, country coming from everywhere. These are just some of the sights and sounds of San Antonio’s Fiesta, ...

THCA March Public Meeting Report

With 45 members in attendance, the March 23rd Public meeting was well attended with many new faces and several new neighbor signing up as members.  Some of the Highlight of the meeting included Dr. Vela with San Antonio College presented on the Bond for the College District and many of the line item expenditures. The City of San Antonio Senior Planner Garrett Phillips presented briefly on the Implementations of the Comprehensive Plan and the time ...

April Book Club Meeting

April Book Club selection is Eva Luna by Isabel Allende. We will meet on Thursday, April 6, 2017, 7:00 PM at the home of Alma Rocha, 335 E Park Ave.  For questions or inquiries, kell.a@sbcglobal.net or 210-865-2569 ...
May Book Club Meeting

May Book Club Meeting

May book club will meet on Thursday, May 4th @ 7:00 PM at the home of Elyse Galik, 517 E Park Ave. The selected reading is Lexicon by Max Barry.  For questions please call 210.865.2569, or e-mail kell.a@sbcglobal.net ...
April THCA Membership Report

April THCA Membership Report

Is the glass half-full or half-empty, with respect to the current THCA Membership level? For those seeing the half full glass, our March 23, 2017 membership meeting brought us 14 New and Renewing memberships, which was very encouraging. On the other hand, almost a third of the 2016 membership have not renewed for the current year, and that result is after backing out those folks that I know have left Tobin Hill. E-mail reminders have ...
Of Moss and Mistletoe: The Facts Behind the Folly

Of Moss and Mistletoe: The Facts Behind the Folly

Ball moss or mistletoe hanging out in the canopy of your yard won’t necessarily kill your trees, but it’s good to know the difference between these often-misunderstood plants. With the loss of tree leaves during winter, strange plants inhabiting tree canopies become more apparent. While some are unattractive and completely harmless, others can do some damage if not kept under control. Here’s a few facts behind the folly of feared foliage spotted high up in ...

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