What is Corks & Canvas?
The event is an "evening of bottles, brews and brushes," city officials said. Guests can paint and sample wine as well as interact with local artists or enjoy live music.
“Artists will also be along The Stroll with their works to visit," Event Co-chair and Vendor Coordinator Brenda Escalon said. "Our entertainers will offer a variety of live music—from soft rock [acoustics] with Willie Wall to rocking favorites with DJ David Pipkin. It should be a very relaxing and enjoyable evening."
Time, location, admission
The festival offers free admission from 3-8 p.m. on Saturday, May 13. Vendors will be set up along The Stroll, located in downtown Magnolia from FM 1488 to Sanders Street.
Guests can follow signage to parking locations. Parking will be available at several sites with a short walk to The Stroll:
- Magnolia 6th Grade campus, located at 110 FM 1774, Magnolia
- Magnolia United Methodist Church, located at 419 Commerce St., Magnolia
- Signature Collision, located at 32002 Nichols Sawmill Road, Magnolia
- Shipley Do-Nuts, located at 706 FM 1774, Magnolia, will offer handicapped parking
Additional areas in downtown Magnolia, such as church-related properties, will be closed to parking, Magnolia Economic Development Coordinator Tana Ross said.
Beer and wine offerings
- Bernhardt Winery
- Texas Star Winery
- Pleasant Hill Winery
- Peach Creek Winery
- Enchanted Mead Winery
- Lone Pint Brewery
- Brand beer from Pizzaiolo's Gourmet Pizza
- Anne's Art
- Cheryl Paints
- Clayhouse Designs
- IFS Metal Craft
- Prairie Spirit Pottery
- Joy Ice
- Pizzaiolo's Gourmet Pizza
- Incredible Eats
For more information, contact the city of Magnolia at 281-356-2266.