Go Texan at a Rodeo-inspired Sunset Sip & Stroll in La Porte by the Bay

Photo courtesy of La Porte by the Bay

Sip wine and stroll the farmers market during bi-monthly Sunset Sip & Stroll at Five Points Plaza in La Porte by the Bay on Saturday, March 5, 2016.

Every first and third Saturday from 5pm to 8pm locals and visitors of La Porte can enjoy an evening of food, wine, music, and art in the Five Points Plaza.

Rodeo Giveaway & Go Texan Entertainment

For the first weekend of March, Sunset Sip & Stroll takes its inspiration from the Houston Rodeo. With “Go Texan” themed offerings, including a raffle for four tickets to see Darius Rucker perform at the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo on Friday, March 11.

There will also be a free screening of Disney/Pixar’s Toy Story 2, a petting zoo and a sheriff’s badge craft-making activity for kids.

Singer-songwriter Woody Eastman will be on hand to entertain with acoustic music sets.

About Sunset Sip & Stroll Farmers Market

Located at the end of La Porte’s historic Main Street, Five Points offers the perfect backdrop for your sunset stroll.

Enjoy a glass of wine as your browse local farmers crops, watch local artist at work on live tandem paintings, peruse artisans creations, paint and decorate wine bottles, and stroll through the eclectic shops on Main Street where you can end your evening at a local restaurant you may not have expected to discover.

Vendors at Sunset Sip & Stroll

Venderos participating at this weekend’s farmers market include Brazos Valley Cheese, Heirloom Vegetables N’ More, Gulf Coast Honey Bee Farms, Hacienda Real, Crazy Nuts, Brenham Kitchens, Chefs Table Catering, Jackie’s Gourmet, GrandE Tamales, J&J GrassFed Meats and Organic Produce, Frascone Winery & Vineyard, Texas Hill Country Olive Company, Cheeballsy’s, Grannie’s Kitchen, Great Harvest Bread Company, Rockin’ B Metal Works, Delicacy Gourmet Desserts and Jasna’s Organics.

Sunset Sip & Stroll Farmers Market in La Porte

Sunset sip and stroll farmers market in la porte

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