The 2020 NIOSA® Medal was Unveiled January 29 in Anticipation of this Year’s Fiesta
The 2020 NIOSA® medal was unveiled on Wednesday, January 29 for “A Night In Old San Antonio®”/The Conservation Society of San Antonio at a private reception.
The unveiling reception included: Ms. Terry Schoenert, “A Night In Old San Antonio” chairman/Conservation Society Fourth Vice President, Patti Zaiontz, Conservation Society President, Key NIOSA volunteers, Society Board members, and Fiesta dignitaries.
The medals will be on sale until sold out for $12 each via:
- starting at noon on Jan. 29 – NIOSA website at www.niosa.org
- starting at noon on Jan. 29 – NIOSA office, 227 S. Presa, weekdays between 9 am and 4 pm
- Feb 3 until sold out – The Fiesta Store, 2611 Broadway, San Antonio, TX 78215
- April 21-24 – During NIOSA in NIOSA souvenir booths, while supplies last
- FYI: NIOSA tickets go on sale March 2
NIOSA will occur April 21-24, 2020, from 5:30 to 10:30 p.m. nightly during the city’s Fiesta San Antonio® celebration.
“A Night In Old San Antonio®” (NIOSA®) is a four-night event spread over five acres that celebrates San Antonio’s diverse cultural heritage through food, music, games, decorations and dance for more than 80,000 revelers. Through the magic of more than 250 food, drink and atmosphere booths, more than 20 live musical acts, decorations, costumed volunteers, collectibles, party goers and cascarones, NIOSA brings the city’s heritage alive in 15 areas (Arneson Theatre, Chinatown, Clown Alley, French Quarter, Froggy Bottom, Frontier Town, Haymarket, International Walkway, Irish Flat, Main Street USA, Mexican Market, Mission Trail, Sauerkraut Bend, South of the Border and Villa España). It is held on the grounds of the La Villita National Historic District–the 18th century Spanish neighborhood set on the banks of the San Antonio River in the heart of downtown San Antonio.
Funds raised from NIOSA enables the Conservation Society of San Antonio to continue its mission of preserving and encouraging the preservation of historic buildings, objects, places and customs relating to the history of Texas and all that is admirably distinctive to the state.