Hopped Up Beer Garden

Join the fun in the  Craft Brew Garden.  Explore  a wide selection of the East Bay's finest craft beers...including  Chamber members  Calicraft Brewing Company and
Mike Hess Brewing.
 Here's a few of the small batch breweries  that will be pouring their suds:

Beer Pong Tournament, Cornhole, and other Lawn Games!
Childs Play

Youngsters of all ages will enjoy the Kids Zone! A festival favorite dubbed Water Bobbles returns, huge new ultimate  kids jump and bounce structures, as well as face painting, panning for gold and other festival favorites. The conductor of the delightful Art & Wine train will take passengers for scenic tours around the lake.

Don't miss a visit by The Oakland A's Stomper on Saturday, June 1, from 1 to 3 p.m. in the ever-popular Kid's Zone. 
What's Your Pleasure?
Thank you to the following local businesses for sponsoring and staffing this year's Chamber Art & Wine Festival midway pouring booths!

They all look forward to you stopping by to visit while they serve you your favorite wine or cold mug of beer!


The Place to Be This Weekend!
38th Annual
Walnut Creek Art & Wine Festival
Kicks Off Summer 
With Fun For The Entire Family
  Saturday, June 1, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.  
Sunday, June 2, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m 

Heather Farm Park, 301 N. San Carlos Drive, Walnut Creek

Kickoff the summer season at the 38th annual  Walnut Creek Art & Wine Festival!  T w o fun-filled days of free family entertainment. More than 200 arts and crafts booths, non-stop live music, a wide variety of food and drink concessions, Premium Wine Tent, Craft Brew Garden for suds fans, and an  interactive Kids Zone - all spread throughout beautiful Heather Farm Park.  Festival  admission is free .

For the complete lowdown on the perfect Festival weekend,  Click Here  

Groovin' on a Summer Afternoon
Art & Wine  features top-quality, non-stop local and Bay Area music and entertainment for the entire family.  Read more.

Sophisticated yet Unpretentious
Walnut Creek's own Shadowbrook Winery will be featured this year along with premium pours from Stags' Leap and Trinitas in the Premium Wine Tent. Enjoy select wines from Oregon's Willamette Valley and Dundee Hills along with French and Italian varietals.  Clear your palat and settle in on some of the wine critics' favorites. Rare gems from  Schramsberg , Cakebread , Miner, Louis Jadot and others find their way into the Premium Wine Tent.  Choose a glass GM Mumms, France  Champagne or  Pinot Grigio  from Italy t o sip as you stroll through the park. From complex Cabernets to refreshing Sauvignon Blancs, the choices are yours to explore. 
In High Spirts
REDEEM YOURSELF ...at the Premium Wine Tent

REDEMPTION RYE Redemption Rye's goal is to bring back the classic American Rye cocktail. 
Beautiful flavored rye spice with light floral and citrus notes. Slight mint finish makes this great for sipping or mixing in a classic cocktail. (Think Manhattan, Old Fashioned, and Sazerac). True Rye flavor.

REDEMPTION HIGH RYE BOURBONWe think you can never have too much rye, so our High Rye Bourbon recipe approaches the upper limit of allowable rye grain in a bourbon mash bill.
Classic sweet backbone of bourbon with strong notes of rye spice to add to the vanilla and caramel flavors of the whiskey. Great for sipping or classic cocktails.

REDEMPTION BOURBONThis bourbon was carefully crafted to highlight the classic flavors of the highest quality bourbons - a true reflection of "America's Native Spirit."
The high amount of corn gives this bourbon a classic sweet taste with notes of vanilla and caramel from the wood, while the rye adds some light spice flavor. Bottled at 84 proof for a lighter experience, this bourbon is great on the rocks or in mixed drinks.


Batiste Rhum  is made from Fresh Sugar Cane Juice 
in the the French Caribbean and finished and bottled here in Napa. Local, Sustainable & Eco-Positive. A light, clean spirit that makes a refreshing cocktail as well as a superior sipping Rhum.
Marin Kombucha is made in Marin County, offering a variety of  oak-aged craft brewed Kombucha teas .


Come On and Take a FREE Ride

How to Get to the Walnut Creek Chamber of Commerce Art & Wine Festival
Free shuttle buses run continuously during the festival from 2 locations:
Park-N-Ride in Shadelands ( print map)
Walnut Creek BART station. 
The event is  BARTable with a free shuttle ride to (and from) the festival. 
Plan your trip with  BART's QuickPlanner.
Bicycle to the event and use the Valet Bike Parking
Onsite parking, $8

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