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Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Vinoklet festival coming up

This is a fun late-summer diversion in a beautiful spot in Colerain Township for anyone so inclined. I went a couple years ago. Just a pleasant place to chill:


WHAT: 2007 Vinoklet Art Festival and Wine Tasting
WHEN: Saturday, September 8: noon – 10:00 p.m.
Sunday, September 9: 1:00 – 7:00 p.m.
WHERE: Vinoklet Winery
11069 Colerain Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45252
513-385-9309
www.vinokletwines.com
COST: Free Admission & Parking
DESCRIPTION:
Juried artists exhibiting unique fine art and crafts. Bands both days and strolling musicians will be on hand in the artists’ area. Two grape-stomping competitions on Saturday. Food and award winning wines.


1 Comments:

at 1:27 PM Blogger ShannanB said...

I haven't been to the festival, but Vinoklet is a great date place. My husband and I actually celebrated our engagement there. We thought it fitting since it was where we had had our first 'grownup' date. (we started dating in high school)

 
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