12th ANNUAL CAMBRIA ART & WINE FESTIVAL
2014 Event Dates:
January 24, 25, 26 2014
Friday | Saturday | Sunday | All 3 Days: "Three Sopranos & a Piano"
Featured Artist Holly McCain
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The event opens with visitors encouraged to visit local participating businesses
to acquire opportunities at several raffle prizes, watch demonstrating artists and even find a cozy wine tasting venue. Dozens of opportunities for guests to acquire raffle tickets.
These restaurants have made this portion of the event incredibly successful with their culinary expertise and professional skills.
Wineries confirmed to pour will be posted in December.
Kick Off Party Package includes Main Event ticket
TICKETS for ACCESS TO MAIN EVENT VENUES
ALL WEEKEND STILL AVAILABLE
*If you missed your chance at this epic event
check out the new offering below for a
Winemakers Dinner on Saturday Night.
This Winemakers Dinner does not include
a Main Event ticket.
ALL THREE DAYS: "Three Sopranos & a Piano"
Begin your day at the
Art Show/Silent Auction (Veterans' Hall)
10 am - 3:30 pm
Have a special brunch or lunch and enjoy Special shopping deals, demonstrating artists and refreshments throughout East & West village all day.
Wine Tasting of over 35 local wineries...
Throughout the Village &
Three Main Pour venues :
- 4:30 pm:
Veterans' Hall (west village) & Joslyn Center
Noon to 3:30:
Cambria Historical Museum (east
Time Varies: (Souvenir Program will list all available)
Select shops and wine tasting rooms.
Fermentations Wine & Cheese Pairing
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm •
$5 Per Person, at the door.
Barrel Tasting at Harmony Cellars:
Saturday, January 25th, 5:30-7pm
Taste Harmony's newest wines straight from the barrel as you learn about the 'art of winemaking' from the Winemaker himself! Gourmet appetizers will be served to sustain hungry students.
$20 for Club Members - $25 Non-Members.
Reserve by phone 805.927.1625 or online here:
Phone Number: (805) 927-1625
Phone Toll Free: (800) 432-9239
Fax: (805) 927-0256
A SATURDAY EVENING WINE EXPERIENCE
"Dinner With The Winemakers"
Indigo Moon & Wine : Taste
DINNER WITH THE WINEMAKERS
Saturday, January 25, 2014 -
6pm - $100/person
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Join Indigo Moon, Wine : Taste & The Pacific Coast Wine Trail for an exclusive 4 course dinner & wine pairing. Each course will be expertly paired with 2 local wines. Mingle/chat with the local winemakers as you enjoy the evening.
Space limited, Secure Your Ticket Today
Available at the Cambria Chamber of Commerce
(767 Main Street)
or online: CambriaArtWine.org
ONLINE TICKET PURCHASES WILL BE HELD AT WILL CALL
Bring your purchase Receipt
Dinner With the
$100 Each + $5 Handling
Main Event Ticket
3 Day Access
$30 Each + $2 Handling
The Art of Dessert & Wine
Indulge : Taste at Wine : Taste
4056 Burton Drive
Saturday & Sunday 1-7 pm
$10 per ticket holder at the door
includes a souvenir Riedel crystal glass
10 am - 2 pm at the Veterans' Hall
An Artists Faire where artists
will gather to demonstrate and sell their work while select wineries
will pour. A barbecue lunch will be offered by the local Cambria Rotary Interact club as a fundraiser. The Cambria Rotary Interact club are High school students with a purpose.
Raffle drawings will begin at 1 pm at the
Artist's Faire on Sunday. Raffle tickets can be
earned by visiting the local participating businesses. Extra tickets for every purchase made. Winners need
not be present to win.
ROUND OUT YOUR EVENT WEEKEND
WITH A GREAT SHOW
Jan Callner, Melanie Gruber, Mary Schwalbe & Karen Johnson will appear
for a LIMITED ENGAGEMENT
Jan. 24, 25 & 26th, Jan. 31, Feb 1 & 2nd, 2014
Friday Performance at 7:30 PM
Saturday & Sunday Performances at 3:00 pm
at Cambria Center for the Arts Theatre, 1350 Main Street
All Seats $20.00, Allied Arts Members $15.00
Students with ID $5.00
ART & WINE PASSPORT HOLDERS
RECEIVE $5 OFF TICKET PRICE
(when purchased at the Box Office)
Sponsored by FERMENTATIONS
Tickets at the Box Office·
or www.brownpapertickets.com or by calling 800·838·3006
Wine Glass and a Souvenir Program /Passport* document.
program/passport document serves as the guests “passport” to
the various venues as well as used to validate visits to the participating
business in town, This document will include ads purchased by sponsors
and participating businesses. Visitors will be encouraged to pick up their
“Passport” on Friday a.m. to allow them more time to visit
Access to the Art Show & Wine Tasting (Veterans' Hall)
Wine Tasting & Artist Studio (Joslyn Center)
Tasting Al Fresco (Cambria Historical Museum)
Access to the Artist's Faire on Sunday.
Demonstrating artists, select wineries, barbecue available.
Raffle Prize opportunities. Raffle drawing to conclude the event at the end of the Artist's Faire. Raffle baskets & Gifts need not be present to win; Art & Wine drawings (your choice of artwork and bottle of wine), must be present.
Participating businesses are supplied with a small rubber stamp used
to imprint the “Passports” which validates the visitors
have seen their business. Each validation earns the visitor an opportunity
to win one of many raffle prizes including a grand prize
(to be determined). Visitor also earns extra raffle
tickets for purchases made at participating businesses.
All participating businesses will have an event placed in their front
window and a colorful flag at their entrance to alert guests the business
is part of the Festival.
Businesses may allow space for an artist to set up an easel and/or
display their own work
Businesses are encouraged to offer wine tasting on site on Friday and/or Saturday.
A professionally designed Souvenir “Program/Passport Booklet” will
be offered to all visitors. Contact information included for all participating artists, either demonstrating or in the Art Show. List of businesses with times visitors may have their Passport stamped.
Proceeds will benefit the overall Community by supporting both the
Cambria Chamber of Commerce and The Allied Arts Organization
Holly's creation will be featured in the Art Show/Silent Auction as well as offered in an archival print for a nominal cost.
Born and raised in Massachusetts, I immersed myself in drawing and painting from an early age. I moved to the San Francisco Bay area in 1969. After receiving a BA in Art-Interior Design from San Jose State, I raised a family, worked as a designer and owned a design & plant shop for a few years before entering the teaching profession as a high school history teacher in the Central Valley. Since recently moving to Cambria with my husband, I have rekindled my love of painting.
I love plein air painting, and I am immensely grateful to the Wednesday Irregulars for their critiques and influence on my work! The experience of painting outside surrounded by such beauty and quaintness is, to me, unmatchable. My style has also been influenced by the artists whose classes I have taken. I would call my style "evolving" as I am continually striving to push myself to try new techniques.
My work can be seen primarily at Cambria Center for the Arts where I am a member. Thank you for visiting my page. I hope you enjoy my paintings as much as I enjoyed doing them.
Our Sincere Thanks to Our 2014 Sponsors
Who Help to Make This Event Possible.
Cambria Nursery & Florist • Cambria Shores Inn
Pelican Inn & Suites • Fog Catcher Inn
Sea Otter Inn • Hearst Castle Theater
San Simeon Beach Bar & Grill • Heritage Oaks Bank