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William R. Sinkin Eco…

Join San Antonio College on Earth Day as we celebrate the grand opening of our newest building!
Sinkin Eco Centro Opening

William R. Sinkin Eco Centro Grand Opening

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Join San Antonio College on Earth Day as we celebrate the grand opening of our newest building!  

WHAT: Grand Opening Celebration 

WHEN: The festivities—taking place throughout the day on Earth Day, April 22nd—will include:  

9:30 a.m.                    Sinkin Dedication Ceremony & Tobin Hill Mural Unveiling 

10 a.m. to Noon         Eco Fair featuring eco-friendly displays & exhibitors. 

1:30 - 3:30 p.m.         Workshops about sustainability and more!  

WHERE: San Antonio College 

William R. Sinkin Eco Centro Building  

1802 N. Main Ave.  

WHO: Open to the public.  

CONTACT: For more information about the event or to learn how your organization can participate in the Eco Fair, contact Steven Lewis at 210-486-0417 or .   


About the building  

The William R. Sinkin Eco Centro building is a multipurpose community facility which will provide free meeting/office space for neighborhood associations and offer a range of low-cost and free workshops to area homeowners to promote sustainable lifestyles. 

In September 2010, San Antonio College received $600,000 from HUD through its Hispanic-Serving Institutions Assisting Communities Program for construction. Early construction planning began in January 2011. The Eco Centro building is in the process of obtaining LEED Certification and will feature solar energy and rain harvesting. Phase II will include a community garden and the addition of a B-cycle station. 

About the mural  

The idea of including a mural was not in the original construction plans. Local Tobin Hill resident and artist, Luis Lopez was commissioned to create a wall mural on the building’s street-facing facade. The mural spans the entire wall of the building exterior facing N. Main Ave. It depicts the history of the Tobin Hill neighborhood, starting from the indigenous San Pedro Springs going through current day.