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William Chris Vineyards Annual New Year’s Day Party: Black-Eyed Pea Cook-off

@ William Chris Vineyards, 10352 E US Highway 290, Hye, TX 78635
William Chris Vineyards is excited to host their annual New Year’s Day party, featuring a distinctly southern Black-Eyed Pea Cook-Off at the vineyard in Hye, Texas! The ticket price for general admission is $25 and will include a New Year's toast for adults, plenty of black-eyed peas, and live music. Children over 12 will require a ticket. The event will also feature an eating competition, and those who want to participate will be able to sign up the day of. Interested in participating in the Cook-Off? Sign up today!

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