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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE hosts

41st Mountain View Art & Wine Festival

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ummer vacation is over. The kids are back in school. The weather is heavenly. It’s the perfect time for an affordable, fun-filled weekend close to home. The 41st annual Mountain View Art & Wine Festival, Sept. 8-9, could be just the ticket. A moveable feast for the senses, the festival reflects the vibrant, multicultural Castro Street vibe. Handcrafted work by 600 of America’s top artists and craftmakers. Live music on stage and street throughout downtown. Fabulous food and drink. The Comcast Pigskin Party Lounge with giant screen TV. Artisan specialty food purveyors. Home and garden exhibits. Health and wellness displays. An organic and green products showcase. Fun and games for kids with a special NASA Mars Rover Curiosity exhibit and bungee jumping. Throngs of art lovers are expected to pour into Silicon Valley’s epicenter for this “Cultural Community Celebration” presented by the Chamber of Commerce Mountain View. Hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Admission is free.

The Beginning The Art & Wine Festival was launched in

1971 as the first major fund-raiser for the Chamber of Commerce. Realizing the goal of its founders, the festival provides a consistent stream of revenue that helps fund Chamber programs throughout the year. Proceeds are invested in carefully crafted programs that help strengthen and bring together Mountain View’s diverse community. Among the programs sponsored by the Chamber are Yipee (Young Innovative Professional Entrepreneurs Etc), SOAR — a mentorship/ internship program, Business ConneXions and Leadership Mountain View.

Art, Fine Crafts California Artists brings its world-class stable of artists and fine craftmakers to the festival. Buyers and browsers will find thousands of handcrafted items while browsing among 600 well-stocked booths featuring original work in glass, ceramics, metals, fiber, leather, wood, jewelry, and fine art. Beautiful vases, clocks, dishes, wall and table decorations, paperweights, stained and beveled glass, etchings, sculptures, photography, oil and watercolor paintings, beadwork, gold and silver jewelry, vests, handbags, hats, wallets, footwear, and waterfalls will be among

the thousands of one-of-a-kind items available. “Mountain View is one of the top art festivals in the country. Every item you’ll see is handcrafted from beginning to end — it’s the perfect opportunity to meet the artists that conceive and do the work,” said Terry Allie, proprietor of California Artists.

Delicious Drink This year’s special festival brews from Tied House are a tasty Kolsch 45 summer lager and their flagship Cascade Amber. Heineken, Gordon Biersch Marzen, Shock Top Belgian White and Bud Light will also be served. Wine lovers will be tempted by vintages from from several outstanding winemakers. Enjoy a Sauza Original Margarita, Cruzan Rum Premium Mojito, (continued on next page)

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Morada Sangria or Carbo Cava Brut Mimosa for a refreshing beverage alternative. Sip your favorite beverage in a collectable wine or beer glass adorned with this year’s festival logo.

Festive Food Festival eateries will be dishing up a world of flavorful fare — organic quinoa biryani, chicken tikka wrapped in freshly baked pulka bread, samosas, fresh corn-on-the-cob, bacon-wrapped hot dogs, souvlaki made with organic, locally sourced ingredients, teriyaki chicken and vegetables, barbecue chicken and pork skewers, plump smoked sausages, paella, tacos, tamales, burritos, pizza, garlic chicken sandwiches, Parmesan-sprinkled garlic fries, tri-tip and pulled pork sandwiches, smoked turkey legs, Philly cheesesteaks, thin-crust pizza, made-to-order crepes, shepherd’s pie, Irish stew, chicken curry, frozen chocolate-dipped fruit kabobs, smoothies, Hawaiian shaved ice, root beer floats, bundt cakes, kettle corn and more.

Community Stage & Kids’ Park The Kids’ Park will keep youngsters enthralled with a special NASA Mars Rover Curiosity exhibit, bungee jumping, hands-on art booths, Mobile Rock’s 24-foot climbing wall, body art and face-painting, hula hooping, feather hair extensions, fossil digs, dinosaur art, carnival rides, inflatibles and bouncers, plus music, dance, games and prizes with the Radio Disney Road Crew. The Kids’ Park Community Stage is back! Young performers will strut their stuff in this “Mountain View’s Got Talent� style showcase.

KMVT Broadcasts Live KMVT Community Television is inviting you to “speak out� on television at their booth during the festival. Drop by any time on Saturday or Sunday between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. to speak out on any topic of your choice for 1-2 minutes. In addition to broadcasting your comments on KMVT Channel 15, you will also receive a free DVD of your recorded commentary. In addition to Speak Out, KMVT will be airing live interviews on Sunday with local KMVT community producers of several popular shows, as well as board members, community members and KMVT’s executive director. The broadcast booth will be located at Church and Castro Streets, in front of Wells Fargo.

Bicycle Parking Avoid the traffic congestion and ride your bike. Bicycle parking will be offered in the St. Joseph Church parking lot at the corner of Castro and Church Streets by the Friends of Stevens Creek Trail.

Vehicle Parking Some free parking is available on streets and parking plazas surrounding the downtown area. Paid parking ($5) will be available both days (except where noted) from 9:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. at 400 Castro Street (parking lot entrance on Bryant Street between California and Mercy Streets), 444 Castro Street (parking lot entrance on Bryant Street), Kaiser Permanente/available on Sunday only (555 Castro Street — parking lot entrance on Hope Street), Chase Bank (749 El Camino Real/ Castro Street) and the City of Mountain View parking Lot #13 (on Bryant between California and Mercy Streets). Parking fees benefit the Community Health Awareness Council

Street Closures Castro Street will be closed to traffic from El Camino Real to Evelyn Avenue.

Festival Info

Comcast Pigskin Party Lounge

The festival will be held on Sept. 8-9 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Castro Street from El Camino Real to Evelyn Avenue. Admission is free. Pets are not allowed at the festival. Please leave pets at home. For more information, call the Chamber of Commerce at 650-968-8378, visit miramarevents.com or “like� our Facebook page facebook.com/ MountainViewArtWineFestival

Sports fans will have a place to watch NFL and NCAA football and MLB pennant races on a giant LED screen in the Comcast Pigskin Party Lounge. Centrally located at Mercy and Castro, there will be plenty of seating, festive food and drink. It’s the perfect spot to kick back and take a break.

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The Groove Kings

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13 bands set to play downtown

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rom classic rock’n roll to sizzling Latin-reggae, jazzy swing to heartfelt country and dance-’til- you-drop disco, the Art & Wine Festival offers two full days of live music. Thirteen big-name bands are set to play a wide-ranging musical mix on stage and street.

MUSIC SCHEDULE MUSIC STAGE IN CIVIC CENTER PLAZA

Saturday, Sept. 8 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Sunday, Sept. 9 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Rodeo House

Duran Duran Duran

1:30 p.m. to 3:15 p.m.

1:30 p.m to 3:15 p.m.

The Rhythm Vandals

The Boys of Summer

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3:45 p.m. to 5:45 p.m.

The Groove Kings

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STREET PERFORMER LOCATIONS

Ancient Winds

Ancient Winds (Evelyn Ave.) Glitterface (Villa St.) Bob Culbertson (Dana St.) Emerson (California St.) Oscar Reynolds (California St.) Aryeh Frankfurter (Church St.) HeartStrings Music (High School Way)

$3 Draft Beers $4 Cocktails & Wine $6 Bar Snacks

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Front Patio Dining

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A C U LT U R A L C O M M U N I T Y C E L E B R AT I O N

The Chamber of Commerce Mountain View would like to extend its sincere thanks to the volunteers who have given so generously of their time and service, and to the following sponsors whose participation has made the Art & Wine Festival possible. Alice 97.3 FM

Gold Rush Getaways

One Lawn

ALO Drink

Golden State Warriors

Palo Alto Medical Foundation

American Skincare Centers

Google

Posh Bagel

Armstrong Installation Services

GoVoluntr

Prometheus Real Estate Group

Artisan Wine Depot

Graham Middle School

Radio Disney AM 1310

AT&T Rethink Possible

Heavenly Greens

Recology

AT&T,The Real Yellow Pages

Hotel Avante

Red Cross, Silicon Valley

BathFitter

IloveMV.org

Renewal by Andersen

Bay Area News Group

Intuit

Renwood Winery

Bay Home & Window

Intuit GoPayment

Safe Circuit Electrical

Bikram Yoga Mountain View

Kaiser Permanente

San Jose Mercury News

Black Diamond Landscaping

KBAY 94.5 FM

Blackberry React

KBLX 102.9 FM

Santa Clara County Department of Environmental Health

Byers Leaf Guard

KCBS 740 AM/106.9 FM

California Artists

KEZR “Mix” 106.5 FM

California Department of Tourism

KFOX 98.5/102.1 FM

Cascadian Farm

KLIV 1590 AM

CBS 5

KMVT

Charonge Wine

KOIT 96.5 FM

Chevrolet

KRTY 95.3 FM

City of Mountain View

Larabar

Comcast Community Health & Awareness Council

Leadership Mountain View

Conceptus, Inc

Mary Kay Cosmetics

Cruzan Rum Premium Mojitos

Santa Clara VTA Sauza Original Margaritas Shoreline Amphitheatre Silicon Valley Community Foundation SolarCity Sons of Italy Stanford Chiropractic Star One Credit Union

Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital

The Solar Company

Mountain Bay Plaza

Dave’s Killer Bread David Walley’s Hot Springs Resort & Spa Day Worker Center of Mountain View

Sunnyvale Chiropractic The Craftsmens’ Guild

Metro

CW, Channel 44

Sun Tropics Sweet Leaf All-Natural & Organic Tea

ME Fox Company

Cutco Cutlery

DBI Beverage

Santa Clara Valley Water District

The Swig Company

Mountain View City Signs

TheatreWorks

Mountain View City Streets

Tied House Café & Brewery

Mountain View Explorers

Tishman Speyer Properties

Mountain View Fire Dept Mountain View Healthcare Center

Toyota of Palo Alto University Chiropractic

El Paseo Café

Mountain View Police Department Reserve Police Officer Unit

VOSS Artesian Water

Ellis Eye & Laser Medical Center

Mountain View Police Dept

Waldorf School of the Peninsula

Fairtex

Mountain View Recreation Dept

Wells Fargo

Farm Fresh To You

Mountain View Solid Waste

YIPEE

Food Should Taste Good

Mountain View Voice

YP.com

Francesca’s Sports Bar

Mountain View/Whisman School District

Door 2 Door Storage El Camino Hospital

Friends of Stevens Creek Trail

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B-1 Tied House Kolsch 45 Summer Lager and Cascade Amber B-2 Heineken, Gordon Biersch Marzen, Shock Top Belgian White, Bud Light B-3 Tied House Kolsch 45 Summer Lager and Cascade Amber B-4 Heineken, Gordon Biersch Marzen, Shock Top Belgian White, Bud Light B-5 Tied House Kolsch 45 Summer Lager and Cascade Amber B-6 Heineken, Gordon Biersch Marzen, Shock Top Belgian White, Bud Light B-7 Heineken, Gordon Biersch Marzen, Shock Top Belgian White, Bud Light B-8 Tied House Kolsch 45 Summer Lager and Cascade Amber

Food Vendors: F1 Nothing Bundt Cakes Variety of Bundlets F2 Frozen Fantasies Frozen Chocolate Dipped Fruit Kabobs & Ice Cream Bars, Fruit Smoothies, Lemonade/Herbal Iced Tea F3 The Menu Organic Quinoa Briyani, Chicken Tikka Wraps, Samosas F4 Triple X Fraternity Beef And Lamb Kabob Sandwiches, Lemonade F5 California BBQ Chicken and Pork Kebobs, Chicken Teriyaki Noodles, Chicken Teriyaki Rice Bowl F6 Moon River Corn Fresh Corn-on-the-Cob, Nachos, Lemonade F7 Sunnyvale Elks Lodge Hot Dogs, Corn Dogs, Hawaiian Shaved Ice, Root Beer Floats F8 Kiwanis Club of Mountain View Grilled Sausage, Corn-on-the-Cob, Tea F9 Barrett’s Lemonade Fresh Squeezed Lemonade F10 The Tamale Factory Tamales, Tacos, Rice and Beans F11 California BBQ Chicken and Pork Kebobs, Chicken Teriyaki Noodles, Chicken Teriyaki Rice Bowl F12 St. Stephens Green Sheperd’s Pie, Chicken Curry, Irish Stew F13 Ultimate Souvlaki Souvlaki, Sheftalia, Dolmas, Baklava F14 Lockeford Meat & Sausage Sausage-on-a-Roll F15 Lemoine Creperie Made-To-Order Crepes, Lemonade, Ice Tea F16 Earthly Delights Philadelphia Cheese Steak Sandwiches, BBQ Pork Sandwiches, Parmesan Garlic Fries F17 Olde Tyme Kettle Korn Kettle Korn F18 Willow Street Fried Calamari, Smoked Turkey Legs, Fried Artichokes & Zucchini F19 Ear-Good Corn Roaster Fresh Corn-on-the-Cob, Lemonade, Ice Tea F20 Thai Stick BBQ Chicken & Pork On-A-Stick, Chicken Rice Bowls, Chicken Wraps F21 Frankie, Johnnie & Luigi, Too! Hot or Sweet Italian Sausage Sandwich, Sautéed Bell peppers or Onions, Brownies F22 Baskin Robbins Ice Cream F23 Silicon Valley Lions Club Bacon Wrapped Hot Dog, Shaved Ice, Arnold Palmers F24 Thai Stick BBQ Chicken & Pork On-A-Stick, Chicken Rice Bowls, Chicken Wraps F25 Pedemonte & Company Gourmet Sausages, Garlic Cilantro Fries, Lemonade F26 Amici’s East Coast Pizza Pizza By-The-Slice F27 Carmen’s Taqueria Burritos, Super Nachos, Fruit Cups, Mango-on-the-stick F28 Passage to India Wraps (Veg/Non-Veg), Handi Biryani (Chicken & Lamb) & Mango Lassi M/M Margaritas & Mojitos Villa & Castro, Mercy & Castro LMV 1-3 Water, Organic Juice & Soda VOSS Artesian Water, ALO Drink, Sweet Leaf All Natural & Organic Tea, Suavva Juice, Soda SAN/MIM Sangria & Mimosas YIPEE Sangria/Mimosas (Morada Sangria and Carbo Cava Brut Mimosas) – Mercy & Castro LMV (Morada Sangria) – California & Castro TG 1-7 Tickets & Glass Booths 1 Ticket: $6 value Beer, Wine, Margaritas, Mojitos, Mimosas & Sangria: 1 Ticket ($6)

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Information Booth @ California & Castro First Aid @California & Castro Lost & Found @California & Castro Kid’s Park @Church & Castro Bicycle Parking @Church & Castro Volunteer Check-in @El Camino & Castro CC Credit Cards Accepted For Drink Tickets & Glasses Major credit cards accepted at TG 1 (Evelyn Ave.), TG 2 (Villa St.), TG 3 (Dana St.), TG 4 (California St.) and TG 7 (High School Way)

NO SEGWAYS PLEASE! NOT PETS PLEASE! Viva Plastic! We Take Credit Cards! For your convenience, pay for drink tickets and glasses with any major credit card at the Ticket/Glass booths at Evelyn Ave., Villa St., Dana St., California St., and High School Way

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