Incoming rains and cooler weather have forced a venue change for the City of Robstown’s 4th annual Winter Wonderland. The event is still slated for Friday from 6-9 p.m., but instead of being held downtown on Main Street, the event will move over to Arena A at the Richard M. Borchard Regional Fairgrounds.
There will still be plenty of fun for the whole family at this free event. There will be 40,000 pounds of real snow, food, music, a carnival and so much more. To keep up with any changes, check out the City of Robstown’s Facebook page.
Over 20 food and retail vendors to include a free kids carnival, hay bales, dance performers, and 40,000 lbs of snow. Come enjoy the indoor entertainment and so much more. Santa will be handing out over 350 free gifts for children that attend from age 2 up to the age of 13, until they run out.
“We would love to have it outdoors at City Hall, but due to the inclement weather pending, the RMB Fairgrounds stepped in to help our community event,” said Robstown mayor Mandy Barrera.
The Cotton Community Partnership is a non-profit corporation set up by the City of Robstown to promote civic pride in the Robstown community and includes annual events such as Cottonfest and Winter Wonderland for kids. Please call Wanda Russell for any inquires at (361) 933-5211.
Don’t miss out on an opportunity to take pictures with Santa and again only kids who are present receive gifts until we run out.