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Family Weekend Wine Walk

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SOLD OUT!

Downtown San Marcos Wine Walk
Friday, September 12, 2014
5:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Historic Downtown Square

To get on the Wine Walk wait list, please click here.

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downtown aerial view

Family Association members invited to discover our downtown

Family Weekend kicks off Friday evening with a Downtown San Marcos Wine Walk, sponsored by Texas State University's Office of Community Relations, and The City of San Marcos' Main Street Program.


About the Wine Walk:

Featured stops will offer light hors d'oeuvres and wine samples. Enjoy live entertainment from Texas State musicians on the square, and a free horse-drawn carriage ride. The commemorative, etched wine glass is your gift to keep from the City of San Marcos.

Check in begins at 5:00 p.m. at The Hays County Courthouse.

Free parking is available on-street in the downtown area, and at the Old Justice Center lot, 110 E. Martin Luther King Dr., San Marcos, TX 78666. Look for signage to direct you.

Continuous shuttle service from the LBJ Student Center Bus Loop to Downtown San Marcos will be provided from 4:30 to 8:30 p.m.


Hosted by these downtown retailers:

San Marcos Hair Company 225 N. LBJ

Stellar Cafe 235 N. LBJ

Salon Thairapy 226 N. LBJ

Heartworks Co./ Paper Bear 218 N. LBJ

Langford Market 214 N. LBJ

K-n-D's 312 N. LBJ

Sean Patrick's Irish Pub & Texas Grub 202 E. San Antonio

Hays County Outfitters 105 E. Hopkins

The Hub 119 E Hopkins

Core Running Company 111 E. Hopkins

Shade 107 E. Hopkins

LBJ Museum 131 N. Guadalupe

Cafe on the Square 126 N. LBJ

Hill Country Humidor 122 N. LBJ

San Marvelous 326 N. LBJ

San Marcos Barber Shop

Hays County Courthouse 111 E. San Antonio
(Hays County Historical Commission Museum)