Popular Homegrown at Northgate event returns Oct. 17 with vendors, live music, and much more

By Kendra Davis, Visit College Station Event Coordinator

In April, the inaugural Homegrown at Northgate event was a stunning success with tasty food trucks, exciting live music, colorful photo opportunities, and a wide array of vendors selling the fruits of their labors along College Main and the Patricia Street Promenade.

The event was so remarkable that vendors and attendees alike were inspired by the prospect of having more extraordinary happenings in Northgate. 

Well, Homegrown in Northgate is back – and you don’t have to wait until next spring.

Visit College Station’s second Homegrown at Northgate event is from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 17. The many vendors, food trucks, and local musicians are back, but this time we’re also celebrating the return of fall with pumpkins being sold by Habitat for Humanity. 

Select Northgate establishments will also be open if you want to grab a drink or something to eat. If you needed more incentive, the first 100 attendees receive a free Homegrown at Northgate tote bag and sticker. Free parking is available in the Northgate surface lot and parking garage.

If you’d like to register as a vendor, the fee is $25, and registration closes on Oct. 1. Our Facebook event page will feature updates and vendor spotlights. 

While you’re enjoying Homegrown at Northgate, keep in mind that the holidays are around the corner, and our Christmas in College Station campaign begins on Nov. 12. We’ll have much more information on our social media and website as the date gets closer!

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Kendra Davis is in her second year with Visit College Station and her first as event coordinator. She is a certified professional event manager and earned a bachelor’s degree in agricultural communications and journalism, and event planning and management. Kendra is a native of Clarendon.

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