Cactus Market Days is always a great monthly shopping experience and it's being held once again this Saturday, July 16th with the theme "FUN FUN IN THE SUN"!

Cactus Market Days is held the 3rd Saturday of each month at 17 East Twohig across from the Cactus Hotel and next to the O.C. Fisher Federal Building in Historic Downtown San Angelo.

This is a great opportunity to get out and do some shopping in Historic Downtown San Angelo from 10 am until 4 pm this Saturday.

It's a family friendly environment with something for everyone. You'll find numerous arts and crafts vendors with handcrafted candles, jewelry, leather crafts, wood deco, Bird Houses, Metal art, baked goods, and many more items.

Shopping isn't the only thing that will be going on. There will also be Special Events including Rat Rods Automobiles, Local DJ Robert Compton, Rey’ Ray BBQ Food Truck, Bahama Bucks Snow Cones, Aquas Frescas and Fruit Cups!

If you would like to rent a space to sell your arts and crafts, or whatever...Cactus Market days is constantly expanding and would love to visit with you about being a part of the event. They can help you with space, tables, chairs and other things that you may need. It's a great opportunity to get a lot of foot traffic to see and purchase your goods and services.

For more information, call Judy Fowler who is the Event Coordinator at (325) 949-6200 or (325) 234-5566.]

Make Cactus Market Days just one of your stops and explore so much more that San Angelo's Historic Downtown has to offer!

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