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As the summer reaches its peak in August, there will be plenty of events in the College Station and Bryan area to keep you entertained and active in the community. Here is a look at three upcoming festivals this month and what you can expect at each one.
Eats & Beats
Don't miss the last installment of the Eats and Beats Summer Concert Series coming up on August 10th. This week's theme is Endless Summer and features the music of Austin Meade. This free event will take place at the Lake Walk Town Center in Bryan from 7 pm to 10 pm and is open to the public. Come out for live entertainment, food trucks, games, activities, and more.
Daytime Harvest Festival
On August 11th and 18th head over to Messina Hof for grape harvesting and stomping. Registration will begin at 7:30 am in the gallery followed by an orientation and the harvest will begin shortly after 9 am. Guests are encouraged to be on the lookout for oddly shaped or large bundles of grapes to enter in the Big Kahuna Contest and prepare a performance of a special talent. Winners will be determined by the audience. You may stay afterward for a tour and lunch!
Texas Reds Steak and Grape Festival
During the last weekend of September, the Downtown Bryan Association will be hosting the Texas Reds Steak and Grape Festival. This all-day festival will feature food and drinks for people of all ages as well as local arts and crafts vendors. Local restaurants will be featuring great steaks for you to choose from and there will be grape-stomping and more activities.