Auction items up for bid at Lone Star Stomp XXV on April 12

Fort Bend County Museum Association's Executive Director, Claire Rogers, stands beside the Texas Congressional Chair that will be one of the highlights at the Lone Star Stomp.

Fort Bend County Museum Association’s Executive Director, Claire Rogers, stands beside the Texas Congressional Chair that will be one of the highlights at the Lone Star Stomp.

Fort Bend County Museum Association is proud to present this year’s Lone Star Stomp, with a little extra southern charm. The theme of “Southern Belles & Beaux” celebrates the culture, style and traditions of southern society. Decorations of royal blue, silver, and white will add the extra sparkle and shine to this sophisticated soirée, celebrating the event’s 25th anniversary and honoring the Fort Bend Museum Docent Society.

Enjoy southern hospitality at its finest at Lone Start Stomp XXV, on Saturday, April 12.  Guests are invited to take in a night of dancing, dining, and exciting live, “Silver Star,” and silent auctions.

With all kinds of items generously donated by supporters and friends of the Fort Bend County Museum Association, guests are advised to pick out favorites now and have a bidding plan for the night of the gala. These unique items and fun-filled packages are sure to go in a hurry!

Here are just a few of the fabulous packages up for bid in the live auction:

Fandango Dinner for 20 at the George Ranch Historical Park

Your own hand-made dinner bell will call everyone to jump in at a Fandango Dinner for 20 at the George Ranch Historical Park. Enjoy beer or wine while your cook finishes preparing your meal over an open fire. Cowboys will be on hand for roping lessons, and then will serenade as you relax after dinner with your guests under the big bright stars with coffee and dessert.

Quilt Hand-made by Pat Hebert

A treasured heirloom by a Lady we all treasure! Pat Hebert has worked her magic to create this lovely quilt that will surely become a treasured family heirloom.

A Port Aransas Weekend 

Your three-night stay at the Hemmingway House at Port Aransas on Mustang Island will be just right for six. You’ll arrive on Thursday, February 19, 2015, just in time for the annual Whooping Crane Festival to which you have six passes.

Party for 30 in a Special Victorian House

Be the hostess without a care as you enjoy a special afternoon party for thirty ladies at this lovely Victorian style-home was once given to Mamie George’s best friend, Rhydonia Jones.

Gourmet 5-Course Dinner for 8 at a Chappell Hill Ranch

Fort Bend County Museum Association board member David Smith will prepare a gourmet five-course dinner for 8 at his ranch in Chappell Hill, on Saturday, October 11, 2014.

Giddy up, Cowpokes!

Saddle up for a horseback-riding adventure for two. Learn basic horsemanship at Carroll Stables, and then head out on a guided trail ride with your new saddlebag holding Chef Castelberg’s gourmet jerky and dandelion wine. Close out the day with a Gaucho-style dinner for two at Tradicao Brazilian Steakhouse.

The Stomp festivities will begin at 6:30 p.m. and continue until 11:30 p.m. at the George Ranch Historical Park, 10215 FM 762 in Richmond. Tickets are $65 each, and reserved tables are available for groups of eight for $600. All proceeds from the evening will benefit the Fort Bend County Museum Association’s mission to teach and preserve Texas history.

For more information or to purchase table reservations and individual tickets, visit  www.fortbendmuseum.org; contact the Stomp Team directly at LoneStarStomp@fortbendmuseum.org; or call (281) 342-1256.

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