New Buffalo Harvest & Wine Fest

October 9, 2010 (Sat) from 12:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Lion's Park in downtown New Buffalo
Marquette & Whittaker Streets
New Buffalo, MI 49117

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Cost: $5 donation

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Celebrate the ‘Pick’ of the Season!

NEW BUFFALO, MICHIGAN – Nothing goes hand-in-hand with Fall than the harvesting of plump crops and juicy orchards in the Midwest.  In preparation and celebration of this plentiful season, New Buffalo Business Association in Southwest Michigan and Four Winds Casino are playing host to the 4th annual “New Buffalo Harvest & Wine Feston Saturday, October 9th from noon to 10pm.  The festival will take place in Lion’s Park adjacent to the boat launch and beach parking lot in downtown New Buffalo. 

The Harvest & Wine Fest will offer EVERYTHING LOCAL from awesome live music to world-class wines from Southwest Michigan, tasty fare from area restaurants to a copious farmer’s market, hayrides to pumpkin painting.  Something for everyone... including an abundance of free activities for the kids!  Participating wineries include The Round Barn Winery, Free Run Cellars, St. Julian and Domaine Berrien.  For you ‘hopheads,’ Round Barn Brewery will be at the helm of the beer tent with their Harvest Ale and Kolsch brews!  Talent includes Lady Sunshine & the X Band, Cadillac Dave & his Chicago Red Hots, Elwood Splinters Blues Band, Alligator Blackbird and The Source.

Harvest & Wine Fest kicks off at noon until 10pm.  Suggested donation at the gate is $5 per person-- children 12 and under, FREE.  For updates and more information, go to or call Colleen Ryan at 773.791.1809.

**The event is only a short hour and 30 minute drive from Chicago or Grand Rapids, just an hour from South Bend or Kalamazoo and three hours from Detroit or Indianapolis.  Southwest Michigan’s Harbor Country is the perfect ‘day trip’ destination from many Midwest cities or extend your stay, make a family vacation out of it and check out at the many vacation rentals, inns and bed and breakfasts in the area.