Welcome to the 3rd Annual Cameron Spring Festival, held in conjunction with the Milam County Junior Livestock Show. Join us for the food, fun, and music, and support our Milam County youth in the MCJLS!
Come blossom in Cameron at the downtown Spring Festival Saturday March 22nd from 3 pm to 10pm. Be sure and wear your boots so you can dance and swing to some great music by local band South 77, always a great favorite! Enjoy the Youth Livestock show exhibits; music and evening street dance; food trucks; wine, beer, arts; crafts; and, fun and games for the whole family.
The event coincides with the Milam County Youth Livestock Fair located on Main and S. Central and the downtown square, a convenient stroll to the Youth Livestock building and downtown businesses.
Come join vendors, Kona Ice, Triple C Winery, En Gedi Vineyards, Yoe Dawg serving 44 Farms Hot Dogs, Bahler Street Pizza, HC Services Food Truck, MCJLC hamburgers and more for a fun day of good food and good drinks!
Cameron Car Club is hosting a Car Cruise In 1-5pm, so come down and peruse the beautiful vintage vehicles and take your picture with your favorite. Have a classic car? Well, Cruise-In to Cameron for the day and enjoy the wonderful, relaxed atmosphere of a beautiful rural downtown. Show off your sweet ride.
Artist, crafts, farmers market and more for your entertainment and enjoyment. Inside vendor spaces available that showcases the newly renovated building, now known as The Venue by Railfan at 101 E. Main. Vendors attending, La Vie En Coco, Neeley Fine Art, and more.
Another renovated building, built in the 1880's, is now occupied by Farmer's to Market Cameron Coffee Company located at 206 S. Central. Tasty Coffee and treats await. Peek inside the two-story old JC Penny building, which has been renovated and is awaiting a new business opportunity. Just imagine what is coming soon, maybe you have a dream of a business of your own or branching an existing business into Cameron!
Other renovations....one is a new business the General Mercantile Antiques a great place to find a special treasure. Then there is ZX Made in Texas, who opened this fall and has art, boutique items, a conversation pit, reading loft and Wine/Beer Bar. Be sure and check out their design your own hat, new things pop up everyday in this quaint shop at 103 W. Main.
The Bling Box Boutique is a spectacular place to browse to put some real bling in your wardrobe! This little shop brought the sparkle downtown over 10 years ago and began the synergy that is now happening in downtown Cameron.
Visit other shops and eateries in Cameron and around the square. The Shop on Houston is new experience every time you step through the door, it is magical! Central Avenue Bistro, a renovated three story house on the corner of Central and highway 190, that now provides a menu full of outstanding selections, with 44 Farms Steaks being just one.
Shirley Mae's Bakery just opened at 118 S. Houston and has a special treat of deliciousness every single day! The aromas of the food when you enter beg to be devoured. Desserts, breads, cookies, cupcakes, brownies, quickies and more!
Each business in Cameron has it's own unique personality and flair, so visit them all, so be sure and visit Cameron Farm and Ranch, Tex Miller's Hamburgers, Cameron Area Thrift Shop, Ginno's, Anderle Lumber Company, Yoe Nutrition, Bob's Steakhouse, Cameron Beer Market and more.
Cameron and Milam County's history runs deep, be sure and visit the Milam County Historical Museum and the Milam County Historic Jail built in 1895. Several new exhibits have been added under the new direction of Historical Museum director Kyle Barrett. They will be open 10AM to 5PM for the festival at 112 W 1st Cameron.
Old Town Cameron Railroad Museum is open with their expanded layout of Cameron in miniature in the 1940's and more railroads, trains, and exhibits of railroad history. They will be open 10AM to 5PM at 110 West 1st Street.
Join in the birthday celebration of John Johnson the designer and builder of the 1940's Cameron in miniature layout. It is a fascinating sight; the old layout was featured on the Texas Bucket List a few years back. Many new exhibits and features have been added thanks to the leadership of Railroad Museum director Jamie Larson.
The event is hosted by the Cameron Chamber of Commerce & Cameron Economic Development. Event sponsorships are available.
All vendors are welcome contact Cameron Chamber of Commerce for vendor applications at firstname.lastname@example.org or website www.cameron-tx.com. Visit our office at 102 E. 1st St Cameron or call 254-697-4979.