September Events in San Saba

Summer is coming to a close, but we’ve got plenty of September fun up here in San Saba. Here are the community events that we have post-Labor Day weekend.

September 9 | Pecan Capital Street Dance | The San Saba Pecan Capital Street Dance will be held in the courthouse square from 8:30 – 11:30 pm on September 9th. Jason James and Aaron McDonnell will be performing and you’re welcome to BYOB (no glass containers). The $10 tickets benefit San Saba Youth SPorts.

September 10 | Second Sunday Brunch | Old Man Scary Cellars is launching a new “Second Sunday Brunch” which will feature new menus each month. Each bunch will pair seasonal food with their award winning wines, mimosas and sangria. The first Second Sunday Brunch will be September 10, from 10 am to 2 pm. Each ticket purchase ($15-$20) comes with full access to the buffet-style brunch and a mimosa, sangria or featured glass of wine. Tickets can be purchased through eventbrite. 

September 9 – 10 | Golf Tournament | The two-person low ball golf tournament will be held at the San Saba River Golf Course on September 9 and 10. Interested groups can sign up through the pro shop.

September 16 | Grape Stomp | The fall grape stomp is a community party here in San Saba. Held on the crushpad behind Wedding Oak Winery and Old Man Scary Cellars, tickets are $30 and include live music, gourmet street tacos, a glass of wine, shirt and govino glass, the stomp, and a chance to meet the winemakers behind our award-wining wineries. Into dressing up? The best “Lucy” costume earns a prize. Tickets can be collected at Everett’s Furniture & Emporium on the day of the event (September 16, 10 am – 3 pm).   

San Saba County Historical Museum, housed within Mill Pond Park, is open on Saturdays and Sundays from 1:30 pm until 4 pm through October.