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September 25, 2016


Grand Harvest Wine & Music Festival

The 9th annual Grand Harvest Wine & Music Festival returns to Rutherfurd Hall with great music and food, and an extended list of craft and merchandise vendors. Best of all, we’re happy to welcome the return of Brook Hollow Winery, Villa Milagro Winery and Vineyard, Cava Winery, and Ventimiglia Winery – all of which thoroughly enjoyed offering free tastings and bottles of wine for purchase to our guests last year. Tour the grounds and mansion, enjoy the scenic views, and feel free to sit by the lake as you enjoy the sounds of Steve Kirchuk, The BanjoDoodles, and Electric Gumbo. Excellent food offered by Michele’s Bistro, Celestine Catering, and Harper’s Bagel & Bake Shop. Stay tuned as we add more food and vendors – plus more music! – to the lineup.

This event benefits NORWESCAP, The Arc of Warren County, and WNTI.ORG. Our wonderful emcee, Melanie Thiel, WNTI.ORG’s Dawnbird, returns to keep the music and other activity moving freely throughout the day.

Grand Harvest Wine & Music Festival will be held rain or shine. No refunds. Admission is $25 per person (age 21 and over) and entitles guests to a beautifully etched wine glass and tastings all day. Feel free to bring lawn chairs and blankets; however,
no pets or outside alcohol permitted. No coolers. Free shuttle bus service from the Panther Valley Mall.


Scenes from Grand Harvest 2014
Photos copyright Cathy Miller Photography
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Proceeds from Grand Harvest will benefit NORWESCAP and The Arc Foundation. NORWESCAP, a nonprofit community action agency established in 1965, creates opportunities for more than 30,000 low-income people in northwest New Jersey by providing a large portfolio of self-sufficiency and emergency services. The Arc, Warren County Chapter was founded in 1954 and provides support and service to more than 1,100 county-area residents whose lives have been touched by intellectual and related developmental disabilities.