February 11, 2017
1pm - 4pm
Looking for something special to enjoy this coming Valentine’s Day Weekend?
Come Downtown on Saturday, February 11th
from 1 pm-4 pm.
Tickets will be available starting at 12 noon in front of Historic City Hall, 6500 Palma Ave. on Saturday, February 11th!
$20/ ticket includes a wristband & wine glass and over 15 merchants and wineries pouring at the different locations throughout downtown! Cash and checks welcome; credit cards will not be accepted. All proceeds will benefit the Friends of the Charles Paddock Zoo.
There will be over 15 participating Atascadero merchants, ranging from boutique clothing shops to unique restaurants! Each of these merchants will offer something very special for visitors to enjoy - artists or wineries or both! Some locations will even offer a little surprise to commemorate this special Valentine’s event. Merchants include 805 Boardshop, 805 Vintage Thrift, Arlyne’s Flowers, Century 21, Farron Elizabeth, Gatherings Thrift, Grape Encounters Empourium, Local Love, Morjesis Salon, Mudflat Mercantile, Rhonda’s Relics, Scotty’s BBQ, StreetSide Ale House, The Carlton Hotel, Times Since Remembered and Violette Wings and Gifty Things. Featured wineries include Adelaida, Black Hand Cellars, Changala, DENO Wines, Derby Wine Estates, Dubost, Eberle, Felten Cellars, Grey Wolf Cellars, Hearst Ranch Winery, Justin Vineyards & Winery, Lone Madrone, Harmony Cellars, Opolo, Ruby Cellars and Vintage Cowboy. Participating artists include Native Creativity, Haley Williamson, Claudia Mapes, Deborah Kyle Hintergardt, Rhonda McBride, Gypsy Blue, Kaylie McKnight, Marie Ramsey of “Art”; Creations on Glass & Felted Creations by Lisa Black; Paper Art by Ellen; Carmen Ybarra and Indigo Man.
As you stroll through the downtown and the Sunken Gardens, you will be serenaded by the Fairweather Four barbershop quartet. In addition, you may choose to enjoy complementary, docent led tours through Historic City Hall presented by the Atascadero Historical Society.
This event is brought to you by the City of Atascadero!« Back to Events