Downtown remained busy Saturday with patrons visiting Main Street Uncorked, a wine tasting event in which allowed participants to sample the flavors available from nearly a dozen different Texas wineries and shop or eat downtown.
Music from live band played and many congregated at tables placed near the stage, for people to relax in the pleasantly cooler fall temperatures. Booths offered treats, candles, clothing, honey and other items as well. A few even enjoyed a stroll with family, friends and even a few four-legged pals.
A $15 charge was asked to sample the wines between 1 and 8 p.m. Oct. 19, and to vote by 6 p.m. for their favorite. The fee provided a souvenir glass and bag, while raising funds for a C.A.R.E. Center.
The Community Ability Recreation Energy Center will be a facility dedicated to providing innovative, inclusive programs and community partnerships to serve individuals with any level of disability across the spectrum of human needs.