JVW is preparing for the 5th Anniversary Celebration

Avenue E
5 YEARS, where does the time go?  Aug 12th will mark the 5th Anniversary of The Juniata Valley Winery and the Wilson House B&B and as is tradition, we will celebrate with enthusiasm!  Friday Aug 11th, we kick off the celebration with live music from our favorite 80's rock band, Avenue E, craft vendors and delicious food.    Friday is also your last chance to enter our grand prize drawing! (Stop by any Friday Night Music event for more info & to be entered into the drawing.)    Saturday, August 12th, the fun continues when the "doors" open at 9:30 am.  Artisan and craft vendor booths will open for shopping, and chair massages will be available throughout the day.  Other events on the schedule include basket weaving classes at  9:30 & 1:30 (pre-registration is required), a cash prize Corn Hole tournament begins at 10:30 am, and from 10am-12 noon,  the  Juniata High School band will perform.  Throughout the day, there will be children’s activities as well.  In addition, there will be a book reading, and signing by local author Sara Zook and yoga instruction by Naomi Hoffman.  There will be great food, wonderful wine & cold beer available all day.   At 4pm we will announce the winners of the prize drawing (don’t forget to stop by FNM to be entered).   Last but not least, at 7pm we welcome central Pennsylvania’s Tussey Mountain Moonshiners  to the stage for some  great bluegrass before bringing our celebration to a close.  We continue to add more fun and more vendors to the event each day, so please stop back and check out our blog for updates and info!  For more information about the weekend's events, to become a vendor, or to register for basket weaving or the Corn Hole tournament, please contact Elizabeth Armstrong at jvwevents@gmail.com.  
Tussey Mountain Moonshiners


Vendors/Artisans

 Food Vendors
Kid's Activities
Corn Hole Tournament
Live Music
Door Prizes
Adult Activities/Classes
Wine/Beer
Youth Art Exhibit

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