Grape Stomping Harvest Festival!!! Starting at 2:00pm-8:00pm

Date: September 16, 2017
Time: 2:00 pm  to  8:00 pm

 Treehouse Vineyards’ 8th Annual Grape Stomping Harvest Festival & our FIRST EVER Bailey’s Trail Run! All for a cause!

Saturday, September 16th

Starting at 2:00PM-8:00pm

Wine Tastings! Live Bands! Food Truck Vendors! Raffle and Prizes! Grape Stomping! Fill a Jug with Juice Competition! Lucy-Look-Alike Competition! Wine Making Tours! And so much more…

Tickets are $10 in advance and $12 at the door. Festival entry fee includes the following:

Cover charge for bands, Special limited edition Harvest Festival Wine Glass, festival style wine sampling, wine-makers tours, 1 raffle ticket,

Join us as we partner with the Isabella Santos Foundation as we romp and stomp on grapes for a day of raising

both funds and awareness during Pediatric Cancer Awareness Month!

*No Picnics                             *No Pets                  *No Online Vouchers

Harvest Festival Itinerary:

1:30pm Wine Makers Tour

2:00pm- Festival Begins! Wine Sampling, Food Trucks and Vendor Booths are open.                     Grape Stomping and Vendors located near pergola along the vines

2:00-4:00pm Sulkes Band on Main Stage

3:30pm Wine Makers Tour

4:00pm Lucy Look Alike Contest in the Grand Pavilion

4:15pm Raffle and prizes from vendors

4:30pm Erin Santos from ISF speaks

4:45pm Fill a Jug Competition at barrels by the vines

5:15-8:00pm Sons of Carolina on Main Stage

5:30pm Wine Makers Tour

8:00pm Festival Ends

9:15pm Last Call for All Wine

 

Here is a little info on Isabella’s Santos Foundation:

For almost five years, Isabella defied the odds.  In 2007, Isabella was diagnosed with a rare form of childhood cancer called Neuroblastoma.  Neuroblastoma is a rare and deadly cancer that affects approximately 750 children a year.  The survival rate for children diagnosed with high risk Neuroblastoma is less than 40% and less than 5% once the child has relapsed.  However, countless doctors called Isabella a miracle. Relapse after relapse, she kept fighting…and kept beating it. Unfortunately, in June 2012, her parents were told the cancer had returned and this time, it would be relentless. Isabella’s fight ended on June 28th, 2012.
Carry the torch on…we will continue to fight Isabella’s fight in her honor and for all children who are fighting Neuroblastoma.  In 2009, the Isabella Santos Foundation (ISF) was established through Isabella’s parents to raise awareness and research funds for Neuroblastoma, and received it’s 501(c)(3) status in 2010.  At the time, Isabella’s parents were in hopes that ISF could help fund research projects potentially to save Isabella’s life. Although Isabella is no longer with us, we hope another child can be saved and will continue to raise money and awareness for the awful disease that stole her life.  Over the last six years ISF has donated over $1,500,000 for Neuroblastoma research and other children’s cancer charities. ISF has pledge to donate $1million dollars to the Levine Children’s center to aid them in having the resources to care for these children so them and their families do not have to travel to find the adequate care.

Food Trucks Onsite:

 Wilbur’s Last Ride is serving up chopped pork BBQ.

 Belly Backers is providing desert waffles and a couple savory mystery items.

 Maryland Crab Company will cater to your seafood cravings.

 

*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.