Wedding Oak Winery’s Next Exciting Event is Catkins Friday
Come enjoy CATKINS FRIDAY, an event hosted by Wedding Oak Winery as part of the 2019 Catkins Ball. Join Wedding Oak Winery on the West side of the Court House at the historical Estep-Burleson Building Plaza as we bring back Catkins Friday April 26, 2019 from 5pm-8pm.
Additional wines available for purchase We will be holding this years event at the Estep-Burleson Plaza and Building located at 120 S Cherokee St., San Saba, TX. 10% of ticket sales will benefit The Community Foundation of San Saba. Come help us kick off the weekend with family, friends, fun, food and music.
No coolers or outside alcohol allowed
Come out and enjoy Great Music! Great Food! Great Fun! Get Your Tickets Now!
About Wedding Oak Winery
Wine is about the shared pleasures of life — slowing down long enough to appreciate the blessings of the land while enjoying local food and wine with friends, family and community. That’s where we began.
We take our inspiration and name from the majestic, 400 year-old oak tree, known as the Wedding Oak Tree, which grows about 2.5 miles northwest from the winery. The stately tree has been the symbolic site of numerous ceremonies and weddings, beginning with Native Americans on to early settlers and continuing to this day. It reminds us of the importance of nature, the importance of place and the importance of celebrating relationships.
About the Catkins Ball
The Catkins Ball is an annual fundraising event held by The Community Foundation of San Saba County. Proceeds from ticket sales and the auctions assist the city and county in revitalization projects designed to make San Saba an attractive destination for historical tourism.
About The Community Foundation of San Saba County
The Community Foundation of San Saba County, established in 2006, is a San Saba-based organization formed to undertake restoration and beautification projects. The foundation is funded by San Saba’s annual Catkin’s Ball, which just passed its 10-year mark.
Completed renovation projects include Estep-Burleson Plaza and Building; San Saba Appraisal District Building; and, the San Saba Visitor’s Center. Led by acting president Richard Miller, the foundation is comprised of 21 members committed to augmenting the city’s award-winning city beautification projects.