Art & Wine Festival

This weekend is one of Foster City’s big annual events, the 37th Arts & Wine Festival located at Leo Ryan Park and on Shell Blvd next to it, as well as a big carnival in the large vacant lot across the street from the park (the future Parkview Plaza). It’s always been a really fun event and usually draws quite a crowd. There will be food, lots of artists displaying their work, lots of events for kids and families including rides, live music…and of course plenty of wine. The carnival part starts tomorrow at 5:00PM and the rest of the festival begins on Saturday morning. The whole event wraps up on Sunday at 5:00PM. I’m going to be at the Re/Max Today booth on Saturday from 10-1 and again on Sunday from 3-5. If you happen to be around the festival please stop by and say hello! I’d love to meet you! I have no idea yet where that booth will be, but I bought a big “fostercityblog”  banner that, hopefully, you’ll see. I’m sure it’ll be a fun weekend…hope to see you there!

Comments

  1. Are you guys pouring the wine like you do at San Carlos’ fair? Looking forward to a freebie!

  2. Fat chance on the freebie. Actually, we’re not in a wine pouring booth at the FC event. Come anyway!

  3. Dana Ferri says:

    We’ll be there all 3 days and will look for you!

  4. Jerry Freeman says:

    This is a great event, nice and early in the festival season.

    For everyone with kids, there are 1/2 price tickets on sale at the recreation center up until it starts. More info here: http://www.fostercitychamber.com.

    Also, there will be a martial arts demonstration on the main stage at 11 AM on Saturday.

    See you there!

    Jerry

  5. Kendra Chase says:

    This should have been called the Foster City Flea Market. Where was the wine? Winemakers? Where were the artists? This was more a carnival than a art and wine festvial. I love Foster City, but this event wasn’t what its billed to be. The Polynesian Festival had Polynesian performances, some booths that sold Polynesian items, but unfortunately there were some that had nothing to do with the polynesian culture…I think I saw the same booth out of place at the so-called art and wine festival. Foster City, wake up and smell the pinot…the port…the artists’ paints and put on a real festival!

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