Wine & Harvest Festival: Spend a sweet, end-of-summer weekend in Historic Cedarburg

CEDARBURG -- Thousands of people will pack the streets of Cedarburg this weekend for the annual Wine and Harvest Festival. Carl got a special preview of some of the treats and art that will be on display.

About Wine and Harvest Festival (website)

Spend a sweet, end-of-summer weekend in the country in Historic Cedarburg during the 44th Annual Wine & Harvest Festival,Saturday, September 17 from 10-6 pm & Sunday, September 18 from 10-5 pm sponsored by BMO Harris Bank.

 Both the abundance of Wisconsin’s homegrown produce and artisan food products plus the award-winning wines of Cedar Creek Winery are what initiated this free, family-oriented arts and crafts event.

 The Festival Food Court located at the Community Center features grilled corn, BBQ, gyros, noodles, fried cheese, brats, burgers, grilled foods and many more savory/sweet delights. Enjoy unique, tasty Olsen’s Piggly Wiggly’s Original Harvest Apple Brat and Cranberry Turkey Wraps available only at the Official Festival Food Booth.

 Purchase some of fall's bounty at the Farmer's Market located on Columbia Avenue.  Locally produced foodstuffs such as honey, syrup, cheese, sausage and jellies are available in each Marketplace located at Turner Street, Mill Street and Cleveland Street. Also, the three Marketplaces is your place to find unique handbags, hats, skin care products and so much more.