Santa Ynez This Weekend – October 26, 2012

Looking for something to do this weekend in the Santa Ynez Valley? We’ve got you covered. Take a look at things to do in the Santa Ynez Valley this weekend.

Artistic Events

Santa Ynez Valley Artists Studio TourEver wish you could take a peek into an artist’s creative space?
Here is a chance to see a different side of Santa Ynez and the world of its local artists. Catch a glimpse into their creative process, connect personally with the artists, and learn more about how and where they make art. Tour their personal studios and have the opportunity to purchase their artwork. The participating artists represent a great diversity of work including woodworking, photography, jewelry, sculpture, painting, print, metal and mixed media.
• Kick-off reception at the Wildling Museum in Los Olivos, Friday, October 26, 2012, 5pm to 7pm. Meet the artists and enjoy local wines, beer, refreshments and live music.
• Studio touring then follows on Saturday 10am to 4pm on a sign-guided route along the country roads, small towns, and byways that run throughout the beautiful Santa Ynez Valley. Tickets include the reception, studio pass, map, and postcards featuring each artist participating – $35.00 per person, or $50.00 per couple.

Wine

Grape Stomp Party!
Join Santa Ynez Valley’s Sevtap Winery for their annual Grape Stomp Party this Saturday evening, October 27, 2012. Take part in the time honored winemaker’s tradition with live music, great food, and samples of their barrel selections. Best of all…kick off your shoes and take part in the crush! There is limited entry, so purchase your tickets early.
Click here to buy tickets to the Grape Stomp Party or contact ARt Sevtap at 806-693-9200.

Spooky Fun in the Santa Ynez Valley

Young Frankenstein Under the Stars

With the fall season in full force in the Santa Ynez Valley Wine Country, join Kalyra Winery Saturday, October 27th for a beautiful, mild evening at their outdoor amphitheater. Featuring the funniest scary comedy of all time, “Young Frankenstein”, and toasty fare, it should be a night to enjoy! Bring a blanket and extra layers– it can be chilly when the sun goes down! California Wood-Fired Catering will be onsite selling incredible wood-fired pizzas and additional movie food. The tasting room will be offering specials ALL night long. Doors open at 6:30pm and the movie starts at dusk (7:45ish) on the BIG screen. Admission is free and the children are welcome. It’s a great opportunity to have a sunset picnic in the vineyard and celebrate fall.

 

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