Thursday, May 23, 2024

Delicious food, great shopping: Everything you need to know about this year’s Moo-La Fest.

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Photo/Caitlin Moyer Photography

Summer festivals can mean only one thing: Fun. 

And there will be lots of that happening during the city’s annual Moo-La Fest from Thursday, May 30, through Saturday, June 1, at Stephenville City Park.

Along with a carnival, tethered hot air balloon rides and a fun run, there will be live music, tons of food vendors and shopping. 

Here’s a look at what you can expect.

WHEN IT COMES TO FOOD, VARIETY IS EVERYTHING

Food vendors at this year’s Moo-La Fest will include Chick-Fil-A, Daiquiriville, Dippin Dots, Dulce Panda Creamery, El Taquito, Erma Jean’s, Josefina’s Tamales, Midnight Coffee Co., Southern Reflection Kettle Korn, Speedy Spudz and Straight from the South Mangonadas.

SHOP ‘TIL YOU DROP (THEN GET BACK UP)

Don’t forget to bring your wallet to Moo-La Fest and browse tons of good stuff that will be for sale.

A few of the vendors include Brooke’s Bags & More, Elaine’s Ceramics, Forgotten Trail Candy Co., Hill Farm to Table Ranch LLC (goat milk products, honey), Lone Star Candy Co., Personalyzed (leather goods, steel products, jewelry), Rebellious Gypsy Trading Co., Shennanigals Trucker Hat Bar, Texas Cookie Co., The Pampered Hen (bath & body), Twisted Sisters Custom Freshies, U Bar Nuts and ZooBou Boutique.

Click here for more information on Carnival Americana, tethered hot air balloon rides, mini golf and mutton bustin’.

And if it’s a 5K or one-mile fun run you’re interested in, click here for the scoop on Moo-ve IT.

I’ll be publishing a full schedule of events to Beneath the Surface News next week, so stay tuned!

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