The Delta Wine & Art Faire


Sunday afternoon in Art-tober

Join us for a fun day of wine tasting, music, and art at the Old Sugar Mill

Please join us at the third annual Delta Wine & Art Faire on Sunday October 7 from noon to 4:00PM.  This will be a fun day of wine tasting, live music, art exhibition, book signings by local authors, a silent auction, mobile food vendors, drawings for valuable prizes, and an all around good time. 

The event is located at the beautiful Old Sugar Mill 35265 Willow Ave. Clarksburg.  Sponsors are Carvalho Family Winery and the California Delta Chambers & Visitor’s Bureau.  Proceeds will go to help promote local businesses and tourism in the Delta. 

The Old Sugar Mill is an iconic building complex in Clarksburg.  Not many years ago it was in use processing sugar beets that were grown in the Delta. Many people remember trucks loaded with beets traveling over the Delta back roads delivering beets to the plant. Today the Old Sugar Mill is a winery and wine tasting room for premium Delta wines along with an art gallery showcasing local Delta artists.  Visitors from all over California and beyond visit the Old Sugar Mill and from their explore the charming towns and hamlets located downstream from Clarksburg. 

Enjoy a bucolic tree lined drive along the Sacramento River just minutes from downtown Sacramento and experience the charm of a quiet Delta town along with a fun filled Art-tober Sunday.  Tickets are a low $20.00 each at the door or mention the secret code word “DELTA” and get two or more for $15.00 each.  We will see you there!

 

the Delta Wine & Art Faire

 

Wine & Art Faire

Fun at the Delta Wine & Art Faire


About Bill Wells - A retired yacht broker, Bill is currently the Executive Director of the California Delta Chambers & Visitor's Bureau. He is an active member of the Northern California Fleet of the Classic Yacht Association. In their spare time he and his beloved wife Sue cruise their 1937 Stephens cruiser Ranger to boating events throughout the Delta. Bill is active in matters helping to preserve and protect the California Delta. He chronicles his adventures in the monthly Delta Rat Scrapbook column for Bay & Delta Yachtsman magazine.



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