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San Antonio

September 2224, 2017

The Peddler Show returns to the Alamo City September 22nd – 24th for a one of a kind market where you can shop from talented designers, artisans, creators and craftsmen from all over the country! As we’re gearing up for back-to-school, shop the latest in women’s and kids’ fashions, trendy totes and handbags, designer inspired jewelry, home décor and so much more! With customization and personalization onsite, you can find anything and everything you need at The Perfect Street of Shops at the San Antonio Shrine Auditorium! It’s THE Texas Shopping Tradition… It’s The Peddler Show in San Antonio!

Hours

Fri: 12pm-6pm
Sat: 9am-6pm
Sun: 11am-4pm

100-198 W 7th St, Georgetown, TX 78626, USA
100-198 W 7th St, Georgetown, TX 78626, USA
Saturday, September 30, 2017
Noon to 6pm
The Downtown Georgetown Association proudly presents the 10th Annual Wine & Music Festival. Located on the most Beautiful Square in Texas.
 
$25 online $35 at the door (check-in)
 
A souvenir glass and a punch card will give you the opportunity to taste from each participating winery/vineyard with 1 bonus tasting.
 
More fun is to be had on the most beautiful square in Texas.  Enjoy your afternoon with a few Wine Tastings then off to find your new treasure with Texas Mud 
Dauber Pottery or Paint a wine glass with “Paint With Me Kimberly Keller” …then back for more tastings.  You will receive a souvenir glass, punch card and a glass to paint.  Take a look around in the wonderful stores and vendor booths  While you are here enjoy music from Avery Logan, Valor & Lace and Mike Hamilton.  
Driving Directions from Austin:
 
Take IH 35 North Exit 261. Turn right at S.H.29 Travel East to Main Street. (0.73 miles)
Goto Main and 7th
Free Public Parking
10th Street and Main Street –
8th Street and MLK
7th Street and Rock Street
5th Street and Austin Avenue
3rd and Rock is a 3 story parking garage

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