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Grand Central Park Hosts Oct. 7 Sip & Shop

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CONROE, TX – Shoppers can get a head start crossing names off their holiday shopping list when Sip & Shop returns to Grand Central Park, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 7.

Grand Central Park Sip and Shop
More than 100 vendors are expected for Sip & Shop in Grand Central Park, taking place from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 7. Admission is free. Photo courtesy of Grand Central Park.

The Conroe community has again partnered with Big Top Entertainment to host the event at The Lake House, 1039 Lake House Drive in Conroe. Attendees can browse more than 100 vendors selling jewelry, boutique clothing, art, gourmet food, furniture, decorations and more. Admission is free.

“Our first Sip & Shop was so much fun,” said Amanda Burke, Director of Marketing for Grand Central Park. “People really enjoy the opportunity to sip on a beverage and browse local and handmade boutique items. There are so many unique items for sale, you’ll be able to get your holiday shopping done in record time.”




Wine and beer will be available for purchase by Tap Truck Houston. Treats can be purchased from food trucks including Godfather’s Pizza, Katy Sliders, Frio’s Gourmet Pops, and Red Velvet Rib Co.

Featured local vendors include 1836 Custom Creations, A Little Extra, Acaju Spiced Cashews, AJ’s Gourmet Pralines, Apricot Lane Boutique, Bartlett’s Workshop, Bee Happy Cottage, Black Tea Café Design, Deeply Rooted Handmade, Fullerton’s Freeze Dry, Houston Feng Shui Jewelry, Katy Sliders, Lillipad Boutique, Lookin’ Good Designs, Love Story Barkery, LSF Boutique, Makeup Junkie Bags, Nine Realms,  Quinbridge Candles, Rose + Glow Jewelry, Scentsy, Style & Sway, The Cactus Blossom, The Four Shoppe, Velvet Roses Boutique, What About Plush, Wildflower Collection, and more.

Free parking is available at 336 Marketplace. A shuttle will take shoppers to The Lake House.

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About Grand Central Park

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Grand Central Park is a 2,046-acre master-planned community in Conroe that has a naturally wooded setting, an extensive trail system and lakes. The Lake House amenity complex features a 7,600-square-foot clubhouse, resort-style pool, fitness room, patio with lake views, pavilion, event lawn, playground and dog park. Just five miles north of The Woodlands along Interstate 45 and Loop 336, Grand Central Park offers an enviable location near the growing Montgomery County energy corridor and world-class entertainment. Homebuyers can select from a range of homebuilders priced from the low $300,000s to millions. Shopping, dining and everyday conveniences are on-site at 336 Marketplace. City Central commercial district offers upscale options at the Marcel Boulevard shopping center. Also located in City Central Also located in City Center is the newly opened Hyatt Regency Conroe Hotel & Convention Center catering to tourism and business needs. For more information, visit

About Johnson Development

Dedicated to creating vibrant, sustainable and connected neighborhoods, Johnson Development was founded in 1975 and is a nationally recognized, award-winning residential and commercial land development company. Now celebrating 48 years, the company has set the standard for successful master-planned communities in top residential markets around the country, including the Houston-area communities of Sienna, Woodforest, Cross Creek Ranch, Grand Central Park, Veranda, Harvest Green, Jubilee, Kresston, Edgewater, Riverstone, Cross Creek West, Jordan Ranch, and Tuscan Lakes. The company also is developing Viridian and Trinity Falls in the Dallas region, Lake Arrowhead north of Atlanta, and Bryson in the Austin area. Johnson Development has had more top-selling master-planned communities than any other developer in the nation over the past decade. An affiliate of Johnson Development — Johnson Development Services — manages development of boutique communities within the Johnson portfolio, including Amira and Candela in the Southwest Houston area, and Nolina in Georgetown. For more information, visit or LinkedIn.