Admission to the festival is free and is open to all ages – there will be a terrific line up of crafters and artists, wineries and craft brewers, food vendors and entertainment.
Wine tasting begins at 4 p.m. and “tasting totes” will be available with 10 tasting tickets, a cup and a guide to the festival- this includes a stop at the “wine 101” booth being manned by local wine expert, Dennis Petersen – individuals can also purchase wine and beer by the glass or can purchase a bottle to take home.
Parking will be available in downtown at the city lots along elm and poplar streets as well as the united Methodist church lot on south elm street and other designated areas. Look for the signs and volunteers for parking areas.
For more information go online to www.celebratecentralia.com