Sam & Huke playing "Christmas on Texas Ave" event this weekend.

Texas Ave. in Baytown gets shutdown for the annual 'Christmas on Texas Avenue' Street Festival, an extravaganza of crafts, food and specialty vendors, strolling entertainers and musicians, is set for Saturday, Dec. 3 in Baytown’s historic old Goose Creek area, spanning six blocks of the street.

Huke & Sam will be playing inside The Dirty Bay Beer Co. at 224 West Texas Avenue. The Band 'Last House On The Left' will be playing later in the evening under the Brunson Marquee

Also, There will be an antique car show, the Baytown Photo Club will be taking pictures of folks with Santa Clause and there will be a Christmas tree contest at the nearby Historic Museum.

School bands will perform Christmas concerts outside and break into groups to perform inside the businesses. Carolers will sing on stage and in strolling groups. Clowns and magicians will mingle with visitors.

There will be rides for children for a nominal fee. Face painters will be available at call. The Art League of Baytown will have a booth for children to decorate Christmas balls for $1 each and will also oversee a children’s sidewalk art contest.

Festivities will begin at 10 a.m. and some booths will remain open until 8 p.m. Admission is free.

“Our goal is to fill your heart with Christmas in downtown Baytown”, according to Gordom Ginzel, local business man and chairman of the event.

“We want everyone to join us.”

Primary sponsors are the Goose Creek Historical Society and the Art League of Baytown with the cooperation of the City of Baytown Parks and Recreation Department and other city officials.


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