Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Wine in the Woods

The 17th annual Wine in the Woods festival will be held in Columbia's Symphony Woods this weekend, May 16-17 from 12:00 - 6:00 pm. The festival is a celebration of wine, food, music and crafts and general Springtime fun featuring tastings from more than two dozen Maryland wineries (who knew?). There's food from nearly 20 restaurants and vendors, including Greystone Grill, Bombay Peacock Grill and Serafino's. And more than 70 artisans and craft stalls, too.

Music is a keystone of Wine in the Woods. There are two stages, each stocked all day with a variety of styles, literally something for everyone. Featured performers include guitarist Carl Filipiak, Damon Foreman and Blue Funk, and singer/songwriter Victoria Vox and her ukelele.

Tickets are $25 at the gate, but can be had for $20 in advance from three walk-up locations: the HoCo Recs & Parks office, Glenwood Community Center or the Bain Center. Look for directions here. Kids 4-20 are $5, under 4 are free.


John G. Boyle said...


Off-topic, but I didn't see your e-mail address. Check out Kloby's off of Johns Hopkins Road at some point. I went there the other night and loved it. Hasn't gotten much attention, so I thought I'd try to spread the word a bit.

Anonymous said...

Maryland shouldn't make wine...its terrible...unless you like really sweet or non-complex wine.

Anonymous said...

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