Wine-not Celebrate With Us!
Come and celebrate the Art Fair and Winefest with us hosted by Downtown Washington!
There are three major parts that make up this event, so there is always something for you to do!
These parts consist of the Fine Art Fair, Winefest, and Sip & Savor Sunday.
The Fine Art Fair runs all weekend and features a selection of Midwestern artists.
The Arts Council of Washington along with Downtown Washington Inc. features exhibitions and sales of watercolor paintings, pottery, woodwork, and so much more!
Come and check out some amazing works of art. Admission is FREE and the hours are
Friday 5pm - 8pm, Saturday 11am - 8pm, and Sunday 11am - 4 pm.
Winefest takes place on Friday from 5pm - 10pm and Saturday from noon - 10pm.
There will be complimentary cheese and crackers provided in the tasting area as well a souvenir wine glass with the purchase of a wine tasting ticket.
Some of the entertainment includes Dueling Pianos, Wine 101, Shotgun Creek, Savana, ECC Jazz Band, and Marissa Harms.
If you would like to take part in the wine tasting and have not already purchased your tickets, you can click here to get your hands on some!
Sip & Savor happens on Sunday from 12pm-3pm.
There are 11 wineries and 11 restaurants with personally prepared food and wine pairings for you!
Tickets are now available and can be purchased here.
While you're here, you might as well check out another fun thing happening downtown!
Grace's Place will be hosting a Classic Car and Truck Show on Sunday from 8am - 2pm on the corner of Main St. and Cedar St.
We hope that you will stop by, join in and see all that is going on in Downtown Washington this upcoming weekend!
Submitted by: Emily Underdown
7/4/2021 01:20:07 am
Wine has becoming increasingly popular. However, not everyone can tell the difference between different types of wine or completely appreciate the flavor of a glass of wine. I'll gain more experience by attending the wine festival. Thank you to the blog owner for providing me with the knowledge I needed.
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