|Take a short drive to Cortland and enjoy a great day!
Saturday, August 2, 2014
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Wine Tent: Noon to 5 pm
Sponsored by the Cultural Council of Cortland County
a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization
2014 Artist Prospectus
2014 Artist Application
2014 Winery Information
2014 Winery Application
2014 Sponsor Levels
|The Arts and Wine Festival
What better way to enjoy art than with good food and wine and what better way to enjoy wine and cheese than
with great art and good food. They go together.
Cortland, the Eastern Gateway to the Finger Lakes, is centrally located midway between Syracuse and
Binghamton on Route I-81. Courthouse Park is located in the middle of town - a gorgeous setting with trees,
monuments, memorials and a fountain. There is also plenty of free parking.
The Festival hosts over 20 wineries representing the finest that New York State has to offer.
Over 60 artists will set up on the lawn throughout the park for the 2014 show - displaying some of the nicest
artwork in the area - at very reasonable prices.
This year there will be a greater emphasis on providing music that will draw the crowds. Already several crowd
pleasing acts have signed with a variety of music venues. There will also be (new this year) two stages so that
there will be no downtime between acts. Live music will continue throughout the day.
Food is also an attraction at the festival and there will be numerous vendors offering choices for every taste.
Discount tickets are available to the wine tent through this site. Just click the "Purchase Discount Tickets" above.
|People's Choice Awards
Last year the Three Brothers Winery & Estate from Geneva won the "People's Choice" Award. This award, determined
by the vote of the people visiting the wine tent, is based on presentation, wine, appearance, and friendliness.
Who will win the award in 2014?
A "People's Choice" Award will also be presented to the best car in the Artistic Auto Show
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