Mix up your Farmers Market routine at the Sunset Sip & Stroll in La Porte

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Photo courtesy of La Porte by the Bay

Head to Five Points Plaza to browse items from food and art vendors while sipping on wine during La Porte’s Sunset Sip & Stroll Farmers Market on Saturday, October 3, 2015.

The Sunset Sip & Stroll Farmers Market in La Porte – which is now held twice a month, on the first and third Saturdays – features an evening of music, shopping, art, food and wine.

Stroll along Downtown La Porte’s Main Street visiting local businesses or peruse the plaza for goods from vendors like Gulf Coast Honey Bee Farms, Frascone Vineyard, Nanny’s Way Bakery and more.

Artists will line the sidewalks on Main Street for The Art Walk – which will be combined with the first Sip & Stroll of October, allowing guests to enjoy two events in Downtown La Porte on the same evening.

Don’t forget to enjoy a glass of wine while shopping for produce and unique gifts or checking out creative artwork.

Looking for events happening in La Porte throughout the weekend? Bring some chairs or a blanket to Five Points on Friday evening for a free showing of Avengers: Age of Ultron at 8pm. Head to the La Porte Adoption Center & Animal Shelter with your pet for Blessing of the Pets on Sunday at 1pm.

Sunset Sip & Stroll Farmers Market in La Porte

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