• Sundown on the Square

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    Name: Sundown on the Square
    Date: October 12, 2019
    Time: 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM CDT
    Event Description:


    A Living Celebration of all Those Who Came Before!

    2019 Entertainment

    Sundown on the Square is pleased to announce this year's entertainment.

    Street Dance and Concert

    Bernie Nelson

    4:30 - 5:45PM

    Davin James

    5:45 - 7:00pm

    &

    Texas Music Legend

    Gary P. Nunn

    7:30 - 9:00PM

    MC - Janice Horak

    2019 Activities: 
    5:00PM - 9:00PM

     

    Kids Zone: (Sponsored by Citizens National Bank of Texas)

    $8 or 4 tickets - Good for entire evening

    • ​Justice League Bounce House & Obstacle Course

    • Oscar P Duck Pond

    • Color Station

    • Western Showdown

    • Knock It Off

    • Mini Soccer

    • Toxic Meltdown

    • Hoops & Monkey Coconut Madness

    Fire Prevention Educational House

    Free

    Face Painting

    $4 or 2 tickets

    Golly Jolly Balloons

    $6 or 3 tickets 

    Bungee Jumper: (Sponsored by First Financial Bank)

    Adults - $12 or 6 tickets

    Children 12U - $4 or 2 tickets

    Zorb Ball: (Sponsored by Saint-Gobain Abrasives, Inc.)

    $10 or 5 tickets for 3 rides. Must remove shoes

    Mechanical Bull: (Sponsored by F&M Bank and Lone Star Ag Credit) 

    Adults - $10 or 5 Tickets

    Children 12U - $4 or 2 tickets

    Photo Booth by B&A Media Tech (Sponsored by Interbank)

     $6 or 3 tickets

    Wine Tasting Tent* - (Sponsored by KSTV)

    12 Tastings -$24.00 or 12 Tickets

    6 Tastings - $12 or 6 Tickets

    Includes Complimentary glass and "Go Texan" tote. 

    Participating wineries/vendors:

    Brennan Vineyards - Comanchee

    "Sophisticated wine with Texas roots."

    Bull Lion Ranch & Vineyard - Chalk Mountain

    "Bringing a 100 year old Italian tradition to Chalk Mountain, Texas."

    Lucky Vines Vineyard - Dublin

    "Family owned and Texas proud!"

    Silver Spur Winery - Hico

    Bringing Sonoma County to the Texas Wine industry"

    Veldhuizen Cheese - Dublin

    "Made by Hand - blessed by God"

    *Red Wristbands required; must be 21 or older. 

    Art Exhibit featuring local artist: Rick Kime (Sponsored by Members Trust Federal Credit Union)

    The 2019 “Sundown on the Square” featured artist is Rick Kime, who has lived in Stephenville since 1989. Rick was born and raised in San Antonio, the son of a professional artist who works in oils.  Rick took a few lessons from his father in the 1970s before taking up watercolors as his medium.  Rick says, “I just liked the feel and spread of watercolors. People in the know always told me to paint what you enjoy, so I mostly paint wildlife, wildflowers and Texas landscapes. I spend a lot of time in the woods, hunting and fishing so I end up with ideas from these experiences.” 

     

    Rick’s profession has mostly been in construction and remodeling. About five years ago, he obtained a professional home inspection license.  Although he took home study courses in commercial art, Rick never worked in that industry.

     

    Rick says he LOVES Stephenville, the SHS and TSU sports teams and the wonderful people.  He and his wife, Karen, plan to make Stephenville their home for as long as possible.

     

    2019 Businesses & Vendors: 5:00PM - 9:00PM

    Below is the list of businesses and vendors participating in this year's event!

     

    Food/beverage & activities will require ticket purchases

     

    Meal/beverage, & activity tickets will be sold for $2.00 each.

     

    Each vendor/business will have their menu & prices listed at their booth.

     

    A percentage of the proceeds from vendor and business sales will be donated to the Stephenville Historical Museum!

    *ID required - Must be 21 or older. Red wristband will be required to purchase.

     

    Restaurants

    • Jake and Dorothy's
      • Stay tuned!​
    • Reynaldo's
      • Fajita Plates (Rice, Beans, Tortillas) - 4 Tickets​
      • Iced Tea (Unsweet & Sweet) - 1 Ticket
    • Soup & More
      • Texas Tators - 1 Ticket​
      • Fresh Squeezed Lemonade - 1 Ticket
    • Rockin' P
      • Bar B Que Sandwiches - 3 Tickets​
      • Margaritas* - 2 Tickets
      • Beer* - 2 Tickets
    • Hard Eight Pit BBQ
      • Chopped Brisket Stuffed Potatoes - 3 Tickets​
      • Loaded Baked Potatoes - 2 Tickets
    • Greer's
      • Dine in only - regular menu - no tickets required
      • Beer, wine & cocktails*

    Food Trucks

    • Vero Gelato
      • Gelato - Regular 8oz - 2 Tickets​
      • Gelato - Large 12oz - 3 Tickets
      • Candied Pecans - 3 Tickets
    • J Finn's Fun Foods
      • Funnel Cakes - 3 tickets            

      • Fried Oreos - 3 tickets

      • Cotton Candy - 2 tickets

      • Chicken Nuggets - 2 tickets

      • Corn Dog - 2 tickets

      • Caramel Covered Popcorn - 2 tickets

      • Drinks - 1 Ticket

        • Coke, Diet Coke, Coke Zero, Dr. Pepper, Sprite, Diet Sprite

      • Water - 2 bottles - 1  ticket

    • Hambone Catering

      • Hambone's Cheese Steak & Chips - 4 Tickets​

      • Street Tacos & Beans - 4 Tickets
      • Tea - 1 Ticket
    • Gary Joe's
      • Corn Dog - 2 Tickets​
      • Grilled Cheese - 2 Tickets
      • Nachos - 2 Tickets
      • Loaded Nachos - 4 Tickets
      • French Fries - 2 Tickets
      • Brisket Sandwich - 4 Tickets
      • Cheeseburger - 4 Tickets
      • Chips - 1 Ticket
      • Drinks - 1 Ticket

    Downtown Merchants

    • Punchy's - 189 North Belknap
    • SlimPickins Outfitters - 200 West Washington
    • Ben Franklin - 128 South Belknap
    • Silver Wings - 150 South Belknap
    • Julianne's - 198 South Belknap
    • Scott's Flowers on the Square - 200 West College
    • Willow's Scarlet Ribbon - 254 South Belknap
    • Thousand Miles - 160 West College
    • Blue Eyed Buffalo - 150 West College

       

    About Sundown on the Square 2018

    CHAPEL ON THE BOSQUE

    The Chapel on the Bosque was moved to the Stephenville Historical House Museum in 1976 as a community-wide bicentennial project. It was rededicated on July 4, 1976, at the museum. Originally the First Presbyterian Church, was located at Mason and Barton Streets in Stephenville. The Gothic-style church was built in 1899 with the cornerstone laid on December 10, 1899. The building was designed by W.J. Wilson, who oversaw the construction. Mr. Wilson had directed the construction of the original John Tarleton College building as well as many residences in Stephenville. Two of the carpenters who worked on the church were Hilliard B. Smith and Daniel Fielding Smith.

    The opening church service was held at 11 a.m. on Sunday, May 10, 1900. The Rev. John William Evards presided over the church as the first pastor. His sermon was titled “The Grandeur of the House of the Lord,” from Isaiah 66:1-2. The original pews are still in usein the chapel. The original pulpit is located there, as well. In thepastor’s study is the bookcase donated by J. Collin George to thefirst public library in Stephenville. New stained-glass windows were installed several years ago. Repainting and reroofing have been done in the last several years; however, no other major renovations have been made since the chapel was moved to the museum. There are several interior and exterior repairs that need to be made within the next two years. The current estimated cost is $70,000.00.

     

    REPAIRS NEEDED

    The current estimated cost is $70,000.00

    • Repair or replacement of the air conditioning/ heating unit and duct work

    • Repair the ceiling fans

    • Repair the steeple spire

    • Repair the bead board ceiling in the study and foyer where moisture has entered

    • Refinish the floor in the foyer and replace carpeting in the chapel

    • Repair cracked plaster on the interior walls

    • Repair the bead board wainscoting in the sanctuary.

    • Repaint the interior exterior

    • Repair the floor separation at the cutline from moving the chapel

    • Scrape, sand and repaint the exterior walls.

     

    Location:

    The event will be held on and around the Downtown Square.
    Bring your lawn chair to enjoy the concerts!

    Please keep chairs off the sidewalks so guests can still get in and out of our downtown shops!
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    Fees/Admission:
    Free Admission. Tickets will be sold at event for activities, food, wine tasting, etc.
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