Art and wine lovers, raise your glasses — the Lemon Creek Winery Memorial Day Wine and Art Festival is this weekend.
The two-day festival will be from noon to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, May 24 and 25 at the winery in Berrien Springs. Admission and parking are both free.
Co-owner Jeff Lemon said there will be between 25 and 30 regional artists with their work on display at the festival. Their art is in diverse mediums including sculpture, metal working, jewelry and stained glass. All artwork will be for sale.
Lemon also said there will be grilled food available for purchase, and live acoustic music, performed by Keith Scott, in the gazebo. Naturally, wine will also be available for those folks 21 and older. Tastings are $5 for five wines and you get to keep the included Lemon Creek tasting glass.
The winery is at 533 E. Lemon Creek Road, Berrien Springs, Mich.
For more information on summer wine festivals coming up in Michiana, check out the very first issue of the Flavor 574 digital magazine, available June 1 in Apple and Kindle newsstands.
I was on Truth Radio 1340 this morning talking about the festival — hear it below. I plan on being at the festival, too, so keep an eye out on Flavor’s Facebook page over the holiday weekend for photos of the festivities.