SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
8 a.m. - 10 a.m.- Breakfast with Santa at Royer's Cafe
9 a.m. - 1 p.m.- Farmers and Artisans Christmas Market in Town Square
10 a.m. - 4 p.m.- Round Top Area Historical Society Home Tour
Purchase Tickets at the Round Top Area Chamber Office in Henkel Square
Starting at 10 a.m- Holiday Shopping (with many shops open late)
3 p.m. - 4 p.m.- Santa at the Gazebo
4:30 p.m. - 6 p.m. Book Walk, Face Painting, and Other Kids' Activities on the Square
Cookies and Cocoa at the Courthouse
4:30 p.m. - 8 p.m. Food on the Square
6 p.m. - 7 p.m. Lighted Christmas Parade
After the Parade Santa Visits at Henkel Square
Immediately Following the Last Parade Float: Street Dance
2018 Round Top Wine Fest Schedule of Events
Friday: Rock Out: Live Music, Food& Drinks at Junk Gypsy
Featuring:The Reed Brother, Statesboro Revue and late-night campfire song swap with Gabe Wootton and Shane Walker.
Saturday: Drink Up
Wine Trail at Participating Shops. Black Cat Choir Concert at the Stone Cellar
Sunday: Dine In. Brunch at Participating Restaurants
Ticket info: Friday and Saturday ticket: $40
Friday only ticket: $25
Saturday only ticket: $25
Cost: $85 per person - Includes Food, Beverages, and all the good times. Call the cafe to reserve your spots: 979-249-3611
On The Menu:
-Goat Cheese Crostini w/red raspberry chipotle,
and Blue Cheese Stuffed Dates w/prosciutto
Wine Pairing: Louis de Grenelle, “Corail” Brut Rosé, Saumur, Lorie Valley, France NV
-Gulf Coast Colossal Shrimp: jalapeño cheese grits
Wine Pairing: Menade Organic Verdejo, Rueda Spain
-Fresh Halibut: buttery orange citrus sauce, arugula salad
Wine Pairing: Domaine de la Fruitiere Chardonnay, Val de Loire, France
-Crusted Peppercorn Lamb: chimichurri sauce, roasted potatoes, fried brussel sprouts
Wine Pairing: Aalto Tempranillo, Ribera del Duero
-Pie: Not sure if you heard, but PIE!!!
Wine Pairing: Sparkling. Domaine du Viking Brut, Vouvray, France infused with Royer’s pie filling
Unique hooked rugs and footstools will be exhibited and for sale by young Guatemala women including Bartola Morales Tol (28 years old, shown above). The exhibit is curated by Mary Anne Wise, a nationally recognized weaver, rug hooker and design teacher. During multiple in-depth trips to Guatemala, Mary Anne was moved by the relentless poverty and lack of opportunity for Maya women. In response, she volunteered to teach a how-to rug-hooking workshop as a possible new income source for indigenous women. This single workshop lead to cofounding a nonprofit cooperative in Guatemala, from which the women export and sell their work. They have become a favored attraction at the prestigious International Folk Art Market in Santa Fe.
Mary Anne has just co-authored "Rug Money: How a Group of Maya Women Changed Their Lives through Art and Innovation," the story of building a global nonprofit from the inside out liberally illustrated by the women and their rugs, many of which are featured in our show. She will give a short talk and sign books at 4pm, just before the general opening.
Travel back with us for an evening of 50’s / 60’s music, dancing, cars and food! The Round Top Family Library would like to thank our great volunteers and our supportive community with a fun event September 8, 2018. Carmine Hall will be transformed into a sock hop – with a concourse of fabulous classic cruisers parked outside. The music will be rocking and the food will take you back to your drive-in days. Individual tickets are $15 and reserved tables, close to the action and with special décor, are available for $200 and $400. Tickets will go on sale in July – available online at www.ilovetoread.org and by calling the Round Top Family Library at (979) 249-2700.
Love s Labour s Lost: Self-denial is fashionable in the Kingdom of Navarre, when the young King persuades three of his courtiers to swear off all pleasures in favor of serious study. But soon after, the Princess of France and her ladies arrive on diplomatic "and romantic "business. The young courtiers prove prospective lovers, with the help of several local heart-led rustic...
Performances are Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays at 7:30pm, with matinees on Saturdays and Sundays at 2pm. Tickets are $10 for general admission or $5 for students as well as UT faculty and staff. Since tonight is Fayette County night, Fayette Country residents can purchase tickets for $4. After the performance, there will be a raffle for door prizes. Patrons can purchase tickets online through the Shakespeare at Winedale website, or by calling (512) 471-4726.