Fort Bend County Fair Downtown Stomp returns

Representing Fort Bend County Fair Association are, from the left, Vickie Todd Autrey, board member; Jackie Snader, livestock and rodeo administrator; Cindy Schmidt, fair manager; Chase Raska and Cecil Willis, board members. (Submitted photo)

Fun and wine will be flowing at the 4th Annual Downtown Stomp.

Wine lovers are invited to enjoy wine tasting and after-hours shopping in the Historic Downtown Rosenberg District. Twenty vendors will have extended hours on Saturday, Aug. 5, from 5-9 p.m. Enjoy antique shopping, fashion finds, good eats, beauty bargains, and spellbinding sweets, all while enjoying a list of lustrous featured wines.

Vendors include, A Tropical Haven, Another Time Soda Fountain, Antiques Around the Corner, Brazos River Provisions Co., Barn Door Antiques, Calla Lilies Antiques, Copious Deli & Small Shop’s, D&S Antiques Mall, Dostal’s Designs in Fine Jewelry, Downtown Studio Salon, Front Porch, Hawkins Furniture, Jay and Barbs Antiques, Ol’ Railroad Café, Old Main Street Bakery, Once Again Antiques, Red Queen’s Attic, Roots & Relics Antiques, Southern Sister Designs, and Vogelsang Antique Emporium.

The Fort Bend County Fair and its wine committee, known as the Grapes on the Brazos Committee, have partnered with the Rosenberg Arts Alliance District to host the Downtown Stomp in the Historic Downtown Rosenberg shopping area. Participating vendors serve as official wine tasting stops. Downtown Stomp patrons will be able to vote on their favorite wine as part of the People’s Choice Award. Last year the People’s Choice Award went to the Braman Winery’s Sweet Red.

Keepsake wine glasses are now on sale at the fair office. Tickets can also be purchased online at

For more information, call the fair office at 281-342-6171.

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