Music in the Valley Folk & Wine Festival

Visit Hale Farm & Village on July 8 and 9 for our annual Music in the Valley Folk and Wine Festival.

The Music in the Valley Folk and Wine Festival, presented by Home Savings, Folknet & The Wine Buzz is an opportunity to enjoy local musicians, food and wine. Visitors are welcome to stop and listen to the musicians as they tour the historic grounds, or settle in and catch a main stage performance between noon and 6:30pm daily. Guests can also sample and purchase wine from Ohio based wineries, such as M Cellars, Gervasi Vineyards, The Winery at Spring Hill, Dear’s Leap and many more. Local food trucks and vendors will offer up selections for all palates.

This year’s festival will feature regional music acts on the main stage under a large tent in the Village Green. Take in the sounds of Ohio musicians such as; Charlie Mosbrook, Red Brick Rhoades and The Crooked River Stompers or catch casual jams throughout the property. Guests can also participate in wine and cheese pairing seminars and tasting classes generously supported by The Wine Buzz. Sit back and enjoy an afternoon of great music and tastes in a unique historic setting.

All regular museum exhibits and demonstrations are open to the public during the festival until 5:00pm daily. Hale Farm & Village showcases 90 acres of historic structures, farm animals, gardens and early American craft and trade demonstrations, including glassblowing, blacksmithing, broom-making and weaving.

The festival runs from 10:00 am -7:00 pm on Saturday and Sunday July 8 & 9, admission is $10 for adults, $5 for youth ages 3-12 and members are free. Wine tastings are $10 for a logo glass and 5 tickets (good for one tasting each). Extra tickets are available for tastes and glasses of wine and bottles may be purchased to take home. Guests are encouraged to bring blankets and chairs.

PRESS RELEASE SUBMITTED BY:
Contact: Catherine I. Sterle
Director of Sales & Marketing
2686 Oak Hill Rd, Bath, OH
www.halefarm.org
csterle@wrhs.org – 330-666-3711 x1715

Photo credit: Nancy Balluck Photography