Residents and visitors alike are invited to take the walk through downtown Tomball checking out the various “art stops” along the path. The event features 20 stops this year, which range from restaurants to boutiques to art galleries. About two dozen artists will be displaying and selling their work along the way as well. To make sure it's a true art walk, wine and cheese for walkers will be available at several stops.
The essence of the Art Walk events is displaying local talent, whether they be artistic, inventive or culinary. Some of the businesses taking part in this weekend's event include the Magnolia Tree House of Tea, Da Vinci's Art Gallery, Granny's Korner and numerous places in the area known as Relics by the Railroad, where Main Street intersects Elm Street and Sycamore Street by the railroad tracks.
The event takes place from 11 a.m.–6 p.m. and culminates with a concert at the Tomball Historic Depot Plaza gazebo with a Gulf Coast blues band that frequent visitors of Main Street Crossing might be familiar with—Luther and the Healers.
The concert starts around 4:30 p.m. and runs until 7 p.m. Cisco's Salsa Company—a local Mexican restaurant—will be providing their familiar fare at the Depot, along with beer, wine and soft drinks.