AnnaGails is proud to announce a great new antique and art event in the heart of Texas. The first AnnaGails Antique and Art Fair will be held on Saturday, November 5, 2011 from 10 am to 5 pm and Sunday, November 6, 2011 from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm at the San Saba Civic Center in Mill Pond Park, 1190 S. Thomas Stewart Drive, San Saba, Texas. “Anna Wilson and Gail Bruner have worked extremely hard to recruit top-notch vendors with a line of upscale products to offer, said San Saba Mayor, Ken Jordan. “An event such as AnnaGails Fair invites tourist to our town and is good for the entire community. It is this type of event that helps build San Saba’s reputation as a great place to visit, shop, play and dine,” continued Mayor Jordan.The Civic Center is at capacity with a lineup of great dealers. A beautiful Christmas Store with merchandise from the famous Fredericksburg Christmas Store will give shoppers an opportunity to get an early start on unique Christmas items. Coming to town from Pagosa Srings, Colorado, Bull Chic prides themselves in the art of making even an old hide look great. They offer reclaimed antiques and primitives from Europe and the Americas; beautiful hides, heads and horns; neat old western and antique décor; and really cool Jewelry. Photography by John English capturing images that show the beauty in the natural world surrounding us all will be featured. The Fair will also include antique dealers from across the country and estate jewelry dealers. Quilters will be able to commission a quilt, purchase beautiful quilts or choose a special quilt fabric to make their own.Two local artists who create in water colors and oil paintings will be featured at the Fair. Other artists will offer acrylic paintings, leather art and stained glass art. Another unique item to delight shoppers will be a special display of stone crosses made from San Saba stone. For those lovers of a more rugged art the Fair will offer chainsaw woodwork; detail wood design and metal art. Come find that unique art piece, waiting just for you. AnnaGails rounds out the lineup of dealers with some great fashion boutiques who offer lots of fun and crazy fashion and some unusual leather items. Then treat your senses to a variety of fragrances by Scentsy, the hottest new thing in candles.And of course, what is a fair without great food? In the Country Café there will be a variety of foods prepared by local chefs including chicken quesadillas, tamales, pasolé, special homemade desserts and plenty of easy favorites such as hamburger, Frito pie and nachos.“We are very excited to see this new venture come to fruition. With over 45 antique dealers, local cuisine, and a Christmas store, this will be the biggest first time antique show and sell in the Big Country with something for everyone”, said Tony Guidroz, Economic Development Director for the City of San Saba. Come to San Saba for a great day trip and an even better weekend! For more information on the Fair contact Anna at 325-372-1940 or Gail at 325-372-8137.