Chamber hosts Winters Harvest Festival

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The Winters Chamber of Commerce will be hosting the Winters Harvest Festival on Friday, Oct. 26, from 5:30-10 p.m to celebrate fall and the end of harvest season.

There will be local food, beer and wine. Buckhorn Steak House, Putah Creek Café and El Pueblo Meat Market will be serving streetside dining. Berryessa Gap, Rootstock, and Turkovich Family Wines will be pouring local wines and Berryessa Brewery will be on tap. There will be local producers selling fresh produce, eggs, preserves, nuts, olive oil and honey. Resident artists will also be selling unique, handmade products. The Buck Ford Band will be playing on East Main Street. This is a free event and open to the public of all ages.

For more information, contact Winters Chamber of Commerce director Eric Stein at or 530-795-2329.

The Winters Chamber of Commerce serves the entire Winters business community, and strives to support of economic development and encourage a thriving, vibrant business environment.


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