Wine Country Harvest Festival Kicks Off

Categories:  Events    Arts & Culture/Entertainment    Music    Food & Drink
Wednesday, September 16th, 2015 at 1:45 PM
Wine Country Harvest Festival Kicks Off by Ryan Smith
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It’s time to sip and celebrate the bounty of the largest grape-growing region in the East at the 34th annual North East Wine Country Harvest Festival.

The festival — featuring some of the region’s greatest winemakers and their wares — runs all weekend long between Friday, Sept. 25 and Sunday, Sept. 27.

Along with a spotlight on numerous local wineries, there will be live musical entertainment, vendors, artisans, juried crafters, and more happening at three locations in North East.

In short, and as always, the weekend promises to be a sweet (or, dry) treat for the senses.

For more information, including complete schedules and passes for certain events, contact the North East Chamber. – Ryan Smith

Friday, Sept. 25 to Sunday, Sept. 27 // Gravel Pit Park, Heard Park, and Gibson Park, North East // 725.4262, lakeeriewinecountry.org

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