Art & Wine in the Cool Pines 2019


2019 Flyer

August 2-4, 2019. Enjoy wine tasting in the cool mountain forest of Cloudcroft, where individuals may sample wines from many regions of New Mexico, and purchase their favorite bottles. Enjoy the historical surroundings outdoors with food, music and the company of other wine enthusiasts. There will be Arts and Craft Vendors along with some delicious food vendors.
Tickets for the event will be available for purchase at the door. Custom event wine glasses come with the price of your ticket and are available the day of the event. Entertainment: Rudy Wood and 3 Rivers.
 
Come and join the fun! To purchase tickets come by the Chamber of Commerce!
Friday 5pm - 8pm
Saturday 12pm - 8pm
Sunday 12pm - 5pm
 
Ticket cost is as follows:
 
$15.00 Drinkers, includes a glass
$10.00 18 years and up
$5.00 13 - 17 years old
Free 12 and under


VENDORS

This is NOT a juried show but our patrons are looking for variety and quality in the items for sale in the booths. Vendors will be accepted depending on space and unique quality items.

Vendor Applications Deadline: July 19th, 2019

PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING RULES: 1. No Sale signs. 2. No vehicles in the park from 9 am to 5 pm. 3. Booths who have been accepted may begin setting up for the show on Friday 10am, at the Sacramento Mountain Historical Museum across from the Cloudcroft Chamber of Commerce. 4. Park security will be provided for Friday and Saturday nights. 5. Please complete the online application or print and mail to the office no later than July 19th. 6. We will have more apps than space and we would like to know if you are willing to be put on a waiting list. You May look at the map for preferences but seasoned vendors coming into the event 10+ years have set booth spaces. 7. Each application must complete the online form. 8. Pay with online Paypal form or send check or money order for the correct amount of booth fees with a printed application filled out. Please make checks payable to the Cloudcroft Chamber of Commerce. For more information: http://cloudcroftmuseum.com/