First Friday Art Trail
October 3rd, 2014
3rd Annual Wines & Vines Festival
Saturday, November 8th 12-10 pm
Sunday, November 9th 1-5pm
Enjoy wine tastings from Texas wineries, local food trucks, Go Texan vendor show, live music & The Hub City Master Chef Competition. All entrance fee proceeds benefit Lubbock Meals On Wheels.
Entry for guests is $20 for 1 day or $30 for both days. Guests will receive 10 tickets for one day and 20 tickets for both days. Each ticket may be used for a complimentary tasting of wine (1 oz.) from your winery of choice or 5 tickets can be used for a glass of wine (5 oz.) from your winery of choice. One commemorative glass is given with each entry so no need to bring your own glass!
Guests who do not want to participate in wine tasting are charged a $15 entrance fee.
Bar Z Winery
La Diosa Cellars
Llano Estacado Winery
Los Pinos Ranch Vineyards
Lost Draw Cellars
Wedding Oak Winery
William Chris Vineyards
Participating Food Trucks:
Pot Belly Slims
Simply Decadent Bakery
Live Music Schedule:
Saturday, November 8th
4:00-6:30 pm - Landon Scoggins
7:00-9:30 pm - The Randall King Band
Sunday, November 9th
1:00-2:30 pm - Bo Garza
3:00-4:30 pm - Phlip Coggins featuring The Lotharios
Join the event on our Facebook page for updates.
Texas On the Table: People, Places, & Recipes Celebrating the Flavors of the Lone Star State Book Signing
Terry Thompson-Anderson will be signing and selling her new book
Texas On the Table: People, Places, & Recipes Celebrating the Flavors of the Lone Star State
November 14th from 2-5 pm at McPherson Cellars
Stop by and enjoy wine & light refreshments.
Terry Thompson-Anderson grew up a Texas gal in Houston. She received a degree in English from the University of Houston, but eventually food and wine became a consuming passion, leading her to pursue culinary studies at L' Academie de Cuisine in Bethesda, MD. Terry did an apprenticeship with doyenne of Southern foods, Nathalie Dupree, and also pursued studies with James Beard and Karen McNeil, author of The Wine Bible, at the CIA's Greystone campus in Napa Valley. She owned a cozy bistro in Bay St. Louis, MS. While living in Mississippi, she served as President of the Gulf Coast Writer's Association. Terry is a charter member of The International Association of Culinary Professionals. She returned to Houston in 1990, following a personal tragedy, and became the Executive Chef for the Halliburton Corporation, managing food and beverage service at their executive lodges in Texas and the Florida Keys, a position she held for 14 years. She is the author of eight books, beginning with the best-selling Cajun-Creole Cooking (Putnam-Penguin, 1986). Her latest book, Texas on the Table: People, Places & Recipes Celebrating the Flavors of the Lone Star State, a tribute to the Texas terroir, was released by University of Texas Press in 2014. She now lives in Fredericksburg, Texas, where she pursues writing for Edible Austin magazine and other writing and consulting projects, along with promoting Texas wine and food.