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The 2019 Cleburne Wine & Art Festival is a Perfect Fall Fun

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The Cleburne Wine & Art Festival will take place on September 28, 2019, and feature nine or more local wineries this year. Hours for the 2019 festival are 12 noon to 8 p.m. Saturday, at Market Square on Main Street.

Wineries include Los Pinos Ranch Vineyards, Bull Lion Ranch & Vineyard, Maydelle Country Wines, Kissing Tree Vineyards, Rancho Loma Vineyards, Chisholm Trail Winery, Landon Winery, Burkell Hill Vineyards, and Big Rock Winery.

Food Trucks + Live Music

The 2019 Cleburne Wine & Art Festival is a Perfect Fall Fun

Photo: Cleburne Wine & Art Festival

Food Trucks will also be available at the festival. They include Spicy “C” Bar-b-que, Nana’s Lunchbox & Sweets, Ice and Easy Shaved Ice, and more. The festival includes live music by Alvarado’s Brittany Oviedo and by recording and performing artist Austin English, from Fort Worth. Also appearing will be The Dolan Band, Bill Sibley & Bill Hudson, and Kelly “Blues” Knight.

Vendors for the Wine & Art Festival include Bogeys and Stogies; Staves, Rungs, & Bungs; Livvy’s Jewels; Lindy’s Treats & Treasures; and Fitteam Global. Sponsors for the 2019 Wine & Art Festival are Plaza Theatre Company, TAG Custom Products, and Lindy’s Treats and Treasures.

The 2019 Cleburne Wine & Art Festival is a Perfect Fall Fun

Photo: Cleburne Wine & Art Festival

This year’s festival benefits the Cleburne Animal Service. The service uses donations for the “Happy Tails Fund,” helping pets that are brought in very sick or injured. When media needs arise beyond what the budget allows, this fund helps provide for their care. They are also seeing donations for a mobile adoption trailer to help save more lives through adoptions.

Tickets to the festival are $5 generla admission, or $25 with the wine tasting. Tickets and information are available online at thecleburnewinefestival.com. Tickets may also be purchased at the site during the event.

Historic Downtown Established 1867

The county seat of Johnson County, the town was named in honor of Patrick Cleburne, a Confederate General. Lake Pat Cleburne, the reservoir that provides water to the city and surrounding area, is also named for the general. Historic downtown Cleburne was established in 1867.