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September in the plaza is filled with fun activities including a classic car show, and an art & wine walk. All events take place in the Castle Hills Village Shops Plaza, a one-acre-plus site featuring tree-shaded walkways, gardens, and numerous water features, including the very popular interactive water fountain, a permanent stage and outdoor seating. The plaza is located at 2560 King Arthur Blvd. at Lady of the Lake in the Castle Hills neighborhood. Everyone is welcome!

The Castle Hills Village Shops Plaza schedule of events for September includes:

Thursday, September 17, Date Night: Art & Wine Walk, 6-9pm: Bring your date to the plaza for our annual Art & Wine Walk featuring area artists. There will be 13 participating merchants offering free wine tasting at their stores. So, plan a stroll and grab dinner at one of Village Shops’ eateries. Valid ID required. Must be 21 or older for wine tasting.

Saturday, September 26, Classic Car & Truck Show, 11am-3pm:  Time Machine Car Shows is back at the plaza with a Classic Car & Truck Show. Sponsored by Credit Union of Texas, the event is free for spectators. A $10 entry fee for those who wish to have their vehicles on display for the show will apply. Possible awards are: Castle Hills Pick, ’79 & older car and truck, ‘80s & newer car and truck, People’s Choice, Outstanding Club Participation. For more information call Ray at 940-367-1798 or email ray@timemachinecarshows.com

For the complete calendar of Castle Hills, events and directions to the plaza, visit www.CastleHillsVillageShops.com. In the event of inclement weather, events in the plaza will be cancelled. Please check the website for updates or contact Divina Penaloza at Divina.Penaloza@Brightco.com or call at 972-410-6587. 

Castle Hills is a 2,500-acre community and offers a host of amenities including parks, lakes, golf, pools, tennis and basketball courts, hike and bike trails and more. The Village shops are located at the intersection of Lady of the Lake and King Arthur boulevards in the Castle Hills neighborhood

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