Heirloom Gardeners Food And Wine Weekend Dayton, Washington

Heirloom Gardeners Food And Wine Weekend Dayton, Washington  Come and be a part of the Heirloom Gardeners Food And Wine Weekend happening in Dayton, Washington on September 19, 20 and 21.  Get a chance to enjoy Artisan Cheese Tasting at Monteillet Fromagerie, Wine & Mead Tasting, Garden Tours, Historical Tours & Exhibits, Blue Mountain Station Artisan Food Center Tours, Microbrew Tastings, and Live Music Events.

Schedule of Events
Heirloom Gardeners Food and Wine Weekend
 Items with am (*) next to them are included in the Weinhard Hotel Lodging and Event Packages.

Friday, September 19th
7 am – 9 pm: Self-guided tours of the Weinhard Hotel Roof-Top Garden 235 E. Main. Purchase coffee, tea, or wine from the hotel coffee shop and enjoy it in the garden.
7:30 – 9 pm: Live Music with Stepstone at the Weinhard Hotel Roof-Top Garden, 235 E. Main.
10 am – 5 pm: Tour the Historic Depot Museum, 222 E Commercial Tour the oldest train depot in the state featuring “Our Old Quilts – Patterns of Love and Memory” exhibit. Free admission
*12 – 5 pm: Wine and Artisan Cheese Tasting @ Monteillet Fromagerie 109 Ward Road. Visit the premier farm in the artisan cheese industry and taste amazing cheeses and regional wines. Visit the goats, too!
1 – 4 pm: Free tours of the Boldman House Museum, 410 N. 1st Street Offering guided tours in period costume and self-guided tours of the Heirloom Garden.
1 – 4 pm: Palus Museum, 426 E. Main Street Featuring local Native American artifacts.
1 – 4 pm: Smith Hollow School House, 113 N. Front Street One of Columbia County’s historic schoolhouses has been moved to town and is now a museum showcasing the rural schools of the past.
5:30 – 6 pm: View The Indian Head above Warren Orchard, 422 N. Touchet Road Look for the silhouette of an Indian in full headdress on the hillside above Warren Orchard.
5 – 9 pm – Enjoy dinner at one of Dayton’s amazing restaurants serving local products.

Saturday, September 20th
7 am – 9 pm: Self-guided tours of the Weinhard Hotel Roof-Top Garden 235 E. Main. Purchase coffee, tea, or wine from the hotel coffee shop and enjoy it in the garden.
10 am – 2 pm: Saturday Market at Blue Mountain Station, 700 Artisan Way. Local Foods Market offering artisan products grown and produced on site, the BMS Co-op, and local vendors of natural and consumable products.
10 am – 3 pm: Free guided tours of the Boldman House Heirloom Garden 410 N. 1st Street, conducted by the master gardener.
*12 – 5 pm: Wine and Artisan Cheese Tasting @ Monteillet Fromagerie 109 Ward Road. Visit the premier farm in the artisan cheese industry and taste amazing cheeses and regional wines. Don’t forget the goats!
*1 pm: “Behind the Scenes” Tour at Blue Mountain Station’s new Artisan Food Center. 700 Artisan Way Visit four artisan food processing areas, tour Numi Garden, and enjoy the Saturday market.
*2 pm: Package-holders-only reception at the ARtisan Food Center, featuring products by Little Dipper Dairy, Aardvark Granola, Experimental Fermentation Company, Rey’s Roast, and Numi Garden.
*1 – 4 pm: Get a special “Behind the Scenes”Tour at the Boldman House Museum, 410 N. 1st Street Take a tour beyond the public viewing area. Visit the artifact storage areas and see how the many items donated by this family are cared for. You even get to visit the historic basement!
1 – 4 pm: Free guided tour in period costume at the Boldman House Museum 410 N. 1st Street
1 – 4 pm: Palus Museum 426 E. Main Street, featuring local Native American artifacts.
1 – 4 pm: Smith Hollow School House, 113 N. Front Street One of Columbia County’s historic schoolhouses has been moved to town and is now a museum showcasing the rural schools of the past.
1 – 5 pm: Wine Tasting Dumas Station Winery, 36229 Hwy 12.
*4 – 7 pm: Heirloom Tomato Tasting & Dinner at TamiJoyFarm 108 Rocky Road Lane. Enjoy tastings of heirloom tomatoes grown by several local farmers and tastings of local wines, mead, and microbrews, followed by dinner featuring TamiJoyFarm-raised pork brats on rolls made by the Weinhard Cafe & Bakery, and salads and side dishes prepared with TamiJoyFarm produce, and handpies for dessert. Dinner is followed by live music with OK Sweetheart from 7 – 8:15 pm.

Tickets available individually at the Dayton Chamber of Commerce at 166 E. Main Street ( 509-382-4825), or through Weinhard Hotel Lodging & Event Packages.

5:30 – 6 pm: View The Indian Head above Warren Orchard 422 N. Touchet Road. Look for the silhouette of an Indian in full headdress on the hillside above Warren Orchard.
*8:30 pm: Live Music with OK Sweetheart @ Mace Mead Works 250 E. Main Street. Tickets available at the door for $10, or through Weinhard Hotel Lodging & Event Packages. Doors open at 8 pm.
5 – 9 pm: Enjoy dinner at one of Dayton’s amazing restaurants serving local products.

Sunday, September 21st
7 am – 9 pm: Self-guided tours of the Weinhard Hotel Roof-Top Garden 235 E. Main. Purchase a coffee or tea from the hotel coffee shop and enjoy it in the garden, or bring your own bottle of wine.
*Farm Fresh Breakfast at the Weinhard Hotel Rooftop Garden. For lodging package holders only.
10 am – 1 pm: Wine Tasting at Dumas Station Winery, 36229 Hwy 12.

For more information go tohttp://heirloomweekend.com/


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