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Jammin’ on the Lawn–Saturday, May 2nd 4-7 pm

First Saturday of the Month

Harebilly will be playing out on the lawn from 4-7 pm, Saturday, May 2 at Salado Wine Seller.

Bring your lawn chair!

 

Harebilly

Harebilly

Alcoholic beverages may not be brought onto the property of Salado Wine Seller.  To ensure the safety of all guests attending events at Salado Wine Seller, attendees may be subject to a search for prohibited items including, but not limited to, items which could be used as a weapon, unlawful substances, foodstuffs, bottles or cans. Please note that guests with prohibited articles will be turned away at the entrances and no refund for ticket will be given.  All alcoholic beverages must be purchased from, and served by, Salado Wine Seller employees.  Salado Wine Seller reserves the right to prohibit the consumption of alcoholic beverages at any time. 

Jammin’ on the Lawn, Saturday, April 4th, 2009, 4-7 pm

 

Bring your lawn chair

Bring your lawn chair

RpT is performing at the

Salado Wine Seller

841 North Main Street in Salado

Saturday, April 4th

4 PM to7 PM

 June has a tasty selection of Texas Wines
so please join us for a relaxing evening
under the Spring Texas Sky

 

Please do not bring your own refreshments to this event. June’s TABC license does not allow for outside items.

 

 Bring your lawn chair

Thank you!

Hope to see you there!

 

Richard Paul Thomas
RpT Productions
P.O. Box 638
Salado, Texas 76571-0638
richard@capturedrainbow.com
www.capturedrainbow.com

 

Jammin’ on the Lawn, Saturday, March 7, 4-7 pm

Music and Texas wine on the lawn at Salado Wine Seller. Bring your own picnic and lawn chair! Music by Kindred Souls.  In case of inclement weather, the music will be indoors.  Blues, ballads and ballyhoos!

Live Music: Richard Paul Thomas

 

Sing along

Sing along

Richard Paul Thomas will be playing at Salado Wine Seller on December 6, 4-7 pm and on December 20, 4-7 pm.  He recieved a standing ovation when he played in November, so come hear his music and enjoy a glass of Texas wine.

Warm-up with a hot glass of Kriskindel Wine

drink it warm!

 

This month we will be serving warm Kriskindel wine.  Like gluwein (glow wine) from Germany, this is a wine that is meant to be served warm.  We suggest serving it in a crock-pot set on low at your next holiday open house.  Or if you are enjoying it by yourself, pour some into your favorite holiday mug, microwave it for one minute, then sip carefully. 

This wine is already spiced, or mulled, so it will fill your house full of clove and cinnamin smells.  Remember not to boil this wine, or it will evaporate quickly!

Enjoy this Texas wine holiday treat at Salado Wine Seller, or take home a bottle with you to share with family and friends.  Made by Oberhof Wine Cellars, Fredericksburg, Texas.

December Hours at Salado Wine Seller

Sunday 12-6

Monday 12-6

Tuesday 12-6

Wednesday 12-6

Thursday 12-7*

Friday 12-7*

Saturday 12-8* (10 pm on Saturday December 6 & 13th for Stroll)

*we’ll stay later if there’s a crowd!

We’re OPEN at the new location!

need a new sign soon...

need a new sign soon…

Come check out the new digs!

 

Moving

Almost done!

Almost done!

Moving is never fun, but plenty of friends showed up and helped out.  Big thanks to our friends Lonnie Edwards, Rita and Mike Oden, J. Smith, Jorge, and Emily for getting the big move done.  Thanks to Terry Crain’s Custom Repairs for all his help getting us compliant with building codes.  Thanks to Jeff Kelly at Salado Plumbing and his crew for hooking up our sink and dishwasher in the new place. 

Landscaping at Salado Wine Seller

There are beautiful bushes and trees surrounding the new building for Salado Wine Seller, but they were a bit overgrown.  Thanks to Don and Lou and their hardwork in the flower beds, you can now see the building.  And, as a added bonus, they mulched the beds to keep the weeds under control.  Thank-you Don & Lou!

Fletcher’s Books and Antiques

Bookshelf from Fletcher's Books and AntiquesAs I was arranging the shop, I realized I needed more shelves.  I quickly ran over to Fletcher’s Books and Antiques where Tyler Fletcher found exactly what I was looking for.  Here it is:

So if you find yourself in need of just the right piece of furniture, go see Tyler over at Fletcher’s Books and Antiques.  If Tyler doesn’t have what you’re looking for, he’ll surely talk you into something else.  And if you’re still not sure, then consult Eddy Puss, the cat.  Then come by for a glass of Texas wine and compare your treasure with mine.  (Or purchase a couple of the great gifts we’ve got displayed on those shelves).