Tuesday, March 07, 2006

Napa Valley Mustard Festival - Marketplace '06

The Marketplace - A Signature Event for Connoisseurs

Celebrate the mustard season and taste mustards from around the world at The Marketplace, A Signature Event for Connoisseurs, on Saturday and Sunday, March 18 and 19, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., at COPIA: The American Center for Wine, Food & the Arts, in Napa.
Mustard and an array of gourmet products will be showcased alongside sensational Wine Country cuisine, world famous wines, hearty craft brews, and fine arts and crafts. Explore the best of Napa Valley at The Marketplace during the most beautiful time of year in the Wine Country, when the brilliant gold of mustard in bloom carpets hillsides, valleys and vineyards.

"If the sun is shining, you're in for a brilliant experience; if it rains, one of the coziest weekends of the year."

The rain or shine event features food, wine, and art exhibits from throughout Napa Valley. Highlights include fine art and exquisite crafts in expansive tented pavilions...

Celebrity chef cooking demonstrations presented by Viking Stove s and COPIA; MUSIC >>> including Folk, Jazz, Rhythm & Blues, Swamp Boogie Blues, and Zydeco!...a Sunset Magazine pavilion, and a KGO Newstalk AM 810 live remote broadcast of Dining Around with Gene Burns; and activities for children which include a hands-on art project area for children presented by the Arts Council of Napa Valley.

Advance Admission Package at $30 per person includes event admission and tasting package (eight food tasting tickets, five wine tasting tickets, and wine glass; must be 21 to purchase). The Admission Package will be available for $35 at the door. Admission for Students 13-20 is $10 (includes 5 food tasting tickets); Children ages 6 to 12 will be admitted for $5; and Children under 6 are admitted free.

Tickets are available in advance by phone and online order, and at various outlets.

Come visit RoJo's Gourmet Foods at the Dave's Gourmet Booth. Mention the Blog and we'll give you a bigger discount!

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