Father’s Day Celebration 11:30am-4:00pm

Date: June 18, 2017
Time: 11:30 am  to  4:00 pm

Father’s Day Brunch and Concert

Date:  Sunday, June 18th

Time:  11:30am-2:00pm (Brunch)

2:00-4:00pm (Free Concert)

$30 Per Person; $20 Per Kids 2-10 years of age

Celebrate Dad with brunch done THV style! Bistro Catering will provide the food for this memorable event.  Submit a letter to “Dad” for it to be read as a surprise! Also, submit your favorite picture of “Dad” for more surprises by emailing it to:  Torie@treehousevineyards.com.  


Egg and Cheese Casserole, Bacon, Sausage, Hash Brown Casserole

Fruit Bowl, Chicken Salad Croissants, Pasta Salad  

Breads:  Biscuits, Muffins, Danishes  

Drinks:  Juice, Coffee, Tea

*Per company policy, outside alcohol is not allowed on the premises.  A THV staff member may check coolers brought onsite.  Due to health concerns, please request information on designated “Smoking” areas upon arrival.  

Free Concert with Ted Yoder

Artist Bio:

Critically acclaimed musician Ted Yoder is widely considered “the Bela Fleck of the hammered dulcimer.” Though he’s a visionary artist in his own right, the comparison holds water in that Ted profoundly reimagined his instrument of choice, inventing a fresh musical vocabulary along the way—“Yoderizing”—and his virtuosity is boundless.  His recorded body of work has garnered him plaudits from the jam band community, the folk scene, worship music fans, and music lovers of all ages. When he plays live, everyone becomes a fan.

Ted is a National Hammered Dulcimer champion. He’s released five beloved and critically acclaimed solo albums, and become a master educator of the instrument. Ted has been profiled in the Kearney Hub, Huffington Post, and on NPR’s All Things Considered show, among many other features, profiles, and reviews in regional and national tastemaking outlets.

The Goshen, Indiana-based instrumentalist-composer-singer, has dazzled audiences nationally in diverse settings. In intimate gatherings, club venues, festivals, and comfy bar and grill performances, Ted forges meaningful bonds with the audience. His charisma and warm candor come through as he tailors each set to the energy of the audience.  Ted is also generous with unlocking the majesty and mystery of the hammered dulcimer before their eyes and ears. During shows he’s been known to take questions about the rarefied instrument, and sometimes even explain his unique approach to music making on the hammered dulcimer—a rare treat for fans and first timers experiencing this complex instrument.