Steak, Stein & Wine Festival set for weekend
The Cameron Chamber of Commerce will present its Annual Steak, Stein & Wine Festival on Saturday, Oct. 23.
Enjoy a day on the historic downtown square, perusing featured artists, hand-crafted items, antiques and collectibles, and shop the downtown retail district. Visit our three historical museums and Old Town Cameron Railroad Museum for fun activities and speakers.
Explore the Cameron Classic Car Show and games for the entire family including Giant Jenga, Corn Hole Tournament and Kube.
Tastes galore from local food vendors and food trucks offering favorite snacks, snow cones, coffees, fresh produce, and jams and jellies. Enjoy a sampling of local wineries and breweries. Music and entertainment all day spotlighting various regional and local talent.
Don’t miss the farm-to-table Steak Dinner featuring 44 Farms Ribeye Steaks under a lighted tent on the square! Dinner Tickets are $40 per person and you will need to select a dinner time slot of 5 p.m. or 6:30 p.m. Please register for tickets.
The night will finish with live music by local talent, Nestor Rios, as well as Cameron’s own South 77 Band and a hometown street dance! Other musical talents include: Alexis McLauglhin, Ricky Montijo.
Visit cameron-tx.com or steaksteinwinefestival.com for updates on event.
You can email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (254) 697-4979 for event questions.
Classic Car Show
The Cameron Car Club will hold its 12th annual classic car show on Saturday, Oct. 23, on the Milam County courthouse square. The show, held in conjunction with the Cameron Chamber of Commerce Steak Stein and Wine Festival will begin at 9 a.m. and conclude with a trophy presentation at 2 p.m. that afternoon.
Cars and other vehicles from across central Texas are expected to participate. Owners of classic cars, trucks or motorcycles from Milam County are encouraged to enter the completion. Cars will be judged by participants of the show. A People’s Choice trophy, Ladies Choice Trophy and a Kid’s Choice trophy will also be awarded.
For more information call Tom Kelly at (254) 627-9060