Summer Solstice Festival at Sarah’s Vineyard

Saturday, June 22nd 2013 at 6:00 pm
Sarah's Vineyard 1204 W. Steels Corners Road , Cuyahoga Falls, OH

NOTE: If it is raining the event will be cancelled! This event is outdoors.

Come out and enjoy another CFI social event! Celebrate the start of summer with CFI and also the members of the Cleveland Freethinkers as we enjoy music, wine, nature, and good conversation!

When: Saturday June 22nd 6pm (festival starts at 12 noon so feel free to come earlier if you like but the event host will not show up until 6pm!) Festival ends at 10:30pm

Where: Sarah’s Vineyard, 1204 West Steels Corners Road Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44223

Admission: $8.00 daily, includes Sarah’s Vineyard commemorative Cuyahoga Falls bicentennial wine glass.

Bring CASH for wine tasting: Price of admission buys you the wine glass but you have to buy tickets with cash that you "cash in" at the wine vendors for tastings. And hey, you might like some wine so much that you might decide to buy some bottles of local wine! Or you might buy some art, candles, or locally made chocolate. Bring cash for the food vendors too.

What: 3 day festival featuring:

• 12 Ohio Wineries and Vineyards – Breitenbach Wine Cellars, Candlelight Winery, Grape & Granary, Maize Valley Winery, Mastropietro Winery, Red Horse Winery, Stoney Ridge Winery, Sarah’s Vineyard, Troutman Vineyards, Viking Vineyards, The Winery at Wolf Creek, Wyandotte Winery

• Locally made Art from over 30 vendors – Browse and shop with artists who will be displaying: jewelry, pottery, prints, leather, appetizers, candles, wood, textiles, home décor, glass, digital graphics, photography, home wine making supplies

• Live music from local favorites: Saturday – Mike Lenz (Blues) 12pm – 2:45pm, Alan Greene Band (Blues) 3:15pm – 6pm, 
Mo’ Mojo (Zydeco) 7pm – 10:30pm

• 8 delicious food vendors – Hudson’s, Chubby’s Family BBQ, Ms. Julie’s Organic Kitchen, Boy Scout Troop 155, Vic’s Kettle Korn, and Ornery Goat Dairy, Belgrade Gardens, Retro Dog, and Heini’s Cheese Chalet

I suggest you bring blankets or folding chairs if you want to "stake a claim" on a patch of grass and chill and listen to the bands.

Although there are food vendors, I would suggest definitely having a late lunch before you arrive if you will be doing wine tasting. I've been to this festival before and the wine flows! 

PARKING IS FREE THROUGHOUT THE FESTIVAL - however you might have to walk a bit since parking is in a large field behind the vineyard. It is all on the same property. Similar to how far you have to walk when you go to a concert at Blossom.

See you there!