ART AND THE VINEYARD

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Picture of Wineries

WINERIES

Oregon is located in the temperate 45th parallel, where many of the world's finest wine-producing regions are found. Wine growing in Oregon began in the late nineteenth century, when the first vineyard was planted in the southern region of the state by pioneer Jesse Applegate.

It has now developed into a well established tradition. In this 33rd anniversary year of Art and the Vineyard, we are proud to feature many of the best vineyards in the Southern Willamette Valley and beyond.

Wine and wine-tasting has been central to the Art and the Vineyard festival since the very beginning. Wine expert Bob Sogge led his fellow Rotarians in envisioning the first festival, which was held in 1984 at Forgeron Vineyards (now Lavelle Vineyards) in Elmira. Bob remembers the first event as "very festive and fun." A large tent was installed on the south side of the winery grounds. Here the artwork was displayed and later auctioned off, along with the wine, by veteran auctioneer Sid Voorhees. Rotarian Ted Mohler recollected the "sheer terror" of not knowing whether anyone would show up at the festival. The planners had also forgotten to bring water on site, so on that very hot day in July thirty-two years ago, "all there was to drink for the crowd that did come in great numbers was wine."

Grapes Seperator Graphic

2016 WINE COURT SPONSOR:
TERRITORIAL VINEYARDS & WINE COMPANY

Territorial Vineyards and Wine Company

Grapes Seperator Graphic

2016 WINE COURT
Capitello Wines
Eugene, OR
Copper Belt Wines
McMinnville, OR
Creations 4 You
Kamiah, ID
Gelardi Vineyard
Poco Collina

Cheshire, OR
Girardet Wine Cellars, Inc
Roseburg, OR
Hawkins Cellars
Dundee, OR
Henry Estate Winery
Umpqua, OR
HV Cellars
Myrtle Point, OR
J. Scott Cellars
Eugene, OR
Laurel Ridge Winery
Carlton, Oregon
Macindoe Family Cellars
Rickreall, Oregon
Mark's Ridge Winery
Sweet Home, Oregon
Merrill Cellars
Bend, OR
Methven Family Vineyards & Winery
Dayton, OR
Namaste Vineyards
Dallas, OR
Noble Estate Vineyard
Eugene, OR
RainSong Vineyard
Cheshire, OR
Rizzo Winery
Layfayette, OR
Saginaw Vineyard
Cottage Grove, OR
Spangler Vineyards
Roseburg, OR
Territorial Vineyards & Wine Co.
Eugene, OR
Wildcraft Ciderworks
Eugene, OR

FESTIVAL INFO

LOCATION:
Alton Baker Park
100 Day Island Rd
Eugene, Oregon 97401

FESTIVAL HOURS*:

Saturday, July 2 (General Hours): 10am - 9:30pm
*Artist Marketplace: 10:00am - 7:30pm
*Art For Your Garden: 10:00am - 7:30pm
*Youth Art Arena: 11:00am - 7:00pm

Sunday, July 3 (General Hours): 10am - 9:30pm
*Artist Marketplace: 10:00am - 7:30pm
*Art For Your Garden: 10:00am - 7:30pm
*Youth Art Arena: 11:00am - 7:00pm

Monday, July 4 (General Hours): 10am - DUSK
*Artist Marketplace: 10:00am - 8:30pm
*Art For Your Garden: 10:00am - 8:30pm
*Youth Art Arena: 11:00am - 6:00pm

JULY 4TH DUSK: FREEDOM FESTIVAL FIREWORKS

2016 TICKET PRICES:

3-Day Pass: $16

General Admission:
July 2 & 3:
$8
July 4: $9

Children 6-14 years: $3
Under 6: FREE
Discounted Group Rates Available for groups of 20 or more

2016 PARKING:

JULY 2 & 3: ALTON BAKER PARK, $3/CAR
PARKING JULY 4: SLOCUM CENTER
BIKE PARKING: DEFAZIO BRIDGE

Questions? Please contact the Maude Kerns Art Center:

Location: 1910 East 15th Avenue Eugene, Oregon 97403
Phone: 541.345.1571 / Fax: 541.345.6248
E-mail: staff@mkartcenter.org

Gallery Hours:
Monday to Friday:
10:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Saturday: 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM