A STREET FEST TO BEAT THE BAND

IT’S TIME FOR THE 34th ANNUAL VINEYARD FAIR



Imagine…200 arts and crafts purveyors, 10 antique shops, 15 art galleries and 45 restaurants- plus live entertainment including the big C&W sound of Ray Wylie Hubbard and his band! Step into a horn of plenty that stretches from The Crescent, park free and take the trolley, and up and down McKinney Avenue over and across to the Quadrangle. Dallas’ oldest street fair, formerly the Sale Street Fair.

For just S3, you get the run of the fair-and you reach out to bright kids from diverse cultural and economic backgrounds through the Vineyard Fair’s beneficiary, the Creative Learning Center. Founded in 1068, the school helps children 18 months tó 9 years old grow in stature, self-esteem, responsibility and leadership as they learn in a supportive, responsive environment.

So mark your calendar now for the most finely-tuned event of the fall season!

SATURDAY, OCT. 12 10:00 a.m. TO DARK



SUNDAY, OCT. 13 10:00 am. TO 6:00 p.m.



Barbara Underwood is the chairman. George and Laura Bush are honorary chairpersons.

Sponsors of the Vineyard Fair include: The Dallas Observer, Dick and Robbye Foster, The Oasis 106.1 FM, the Quadrangle and RTKL Associates Inc.

Tickets available at the gates.

As the Vineyard Fair closes each day, so opens the 1st Annual Wine and Food Festival at the Quadrangle. Celebrate Texas Wine Month from 6:00p.m. till 9:00p.m. on the 12th and 13th, with hosts of Texas wineries and the best of McKinney Avenue Area restaurants with tastings of food and wine. $8 entry fee introduces you to the best of Texas wines and complimentary foods. All proceeds go to the Creative Learning Center. For advance reservations please phone 979-9022.

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