One of our goals here at W Dental Group is to help all of our patients in their overall wellness goals (after all W Dental Group is where wellness begins with a smile ☺︎).
So, every Friday we’ll be posting a weekend reading message with all kinds of different tips, tricks and articles on a variety of subjects that we find interesting and helpful in all aspects of life, not just dental. Our hope is that you will find these posts useful in your life and share them with others to help spread smiles.
How do you Fiesta?
If you’ve spent any amount of time in San Antonio, TX then you know about Fiesta. In fact, like Mardis Gras, Fiesta is known around the world. If you are a native San Antonian then you may have learned about the history of Fiesta in elementary school, but for the rest of us it’s merely another reason to have a good time. We at W Dental Group wanted to brush up on our Fiesta knowledge and were surprised at how much there is to know about the history of the Fiesta tradition (it’s a whole lot more than NIOSA and Oyster Bake people). Read on to expand your knowledge on Fiesta 2017 and you may view the tradition in a completely different light.
Get a bird’s eye view of everything Fiesta. The SA Express News has created this wonderful interactive timeline of the history of Fiesta. See newspaper clippings, pictures and more!
With all the parties, parades and events going on, it’s easy to forget that Fiesta is a party with a purpose. Ever wondered what exactly it’s all about? Check out the official Fiesta San Antonio about us page to learn a little about how much Fiesta actually does for the city.
Taste of New Orleans, Oyster Bake, Battle of the Flowers… Who can keep it all straight? Keep this link handy to make sure you don’t miss a moment of the Fiesta fun! Tip, if you hover over the “Events” tab you can find a printer friendly version to keep with you on the go.
Just for fun: How To Make A Fiesta Wreath
Part of the fun of Fiesta is all the amazing colors! Get your house in the party mood with this tutorial from MySanAntonio.com on how to make your own Fiesta Wreath.