Texas wine tasing and food venue in downton Huntsville on May 7th
Huntsville, TX — The Huntsville Downtown Business Association announces the 4th Annual Wine Down, Shop Small in downtown Huntsville on Thursday, May 7, 2015 for a Texas Wine tasting event, sponsored by KSAM 101.7, KHVL 104.9 The Hits, and Thoreau Woods Coffeehouse and Johnson Studio.
Ticketholders will enjoy various types of Texas wines offered by Knox Circle Froggy Wines (Huntsville), Maydelle Winery (Rusk), Pleasant Hill (Brenham), Perrine (College Station), Caney Creek Winery (Grapeland), LaVaca Bluffs (Port LaVaca), Granny Muffin (Palestine), Los Pinos Ranch Vineyards (Pittsburg) in participating Huntsville Downtown Association businesses. Also, featured are food venues in other shops, including Mr. Hamburger, Cups-Pie Cakes, Giovanni’s Produce, Eclectic Coffeehouse Studio & Gallery, Bennie J’s, and Baking Sweet Memories.
Festivities get underway at 5 p.m. with a special performance by the Huntsville High School Swingin’ Stingers Jazz Band at the Gazebo while early ticket holders pick up their wristbands and a map.
This event runs from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. with additional music presented by the Thoreau Woods Coffeehouse taking charge of the music venue. Thoreau Wood Coffeehouse hosts an eclectic blend of acoustic singer-songwriters. For more information, go to twuuc.org. Bill Ward, from Houston, a prolific original songwriter, accomplished instrumentalist, and vocalist, takes the stage at 6 p.m. Shellee Coley, often seen at Conroe venues, follows with her special story telling in song, at 7 p.m.. Brian Kalinec, an award-winning singer-songwriter and owner of Berkalin Records in Houston, starts the last set at 8 p.m.
Strolling around the downtown square to sip, sample, and shop in local businesses is a once a year treat! Participating stores will feature their own specials and giveaways throughout the evening.
To purchase tickets and for more information, contact Huntsville Main Street (291-5920), Nitsch in Time (436-0265), Fabric Carousel (295-8322), and (Twelfth Street Antiques (439-5212) or stop at their locations around the Square.