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Savvy Cellar


Hours: Saturday 2-11pm; Sunday 2-9pm

Art & Wine Festival

Special Offer! 30% OFF

Premium glass of wine 1 per customer

Savvy Cellar Wine Bar & Wine Shop is located at the foot of Castro Street, in the Train Depot on Centennial Plaza (adjacent Caltrain and between VTA station and Evelyn Ave.) Look for us with the red balloons on the patio.

750 West Evelyn Avenue (at Castro Street) Mountain View, CA | 650.969.3958 |

Saturday S at & Sunday, October 4TH & 5TH O 11AM - 7PM

Present the 2nd Annual

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Located in the parking lot at intersection of Dana St. and Bryant St., just west of Castro St. and directly behind Steins Beer Garden & Restaurant. Serving Authentic German Beers and Cuisine. Traditional German entertainment. Kids Activities. All Ages Welcome. No Pets. No segway use. Benefiting non-profit organizations SOAR and Community Services Agency.


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43rd Annual Art & Wine Festival ‘Wine Haven’ Premium Wine Tasting Tent Debuts at the Event he Mountain View Art & Wine Festival returns for its 43rd year on Sept. 6 and 7, and includes a fresh feature: a new premium winetasting pavilion, “Wine Haven, Taste of the Mountains Passport Days.” The festival will also feature handcrafted work by 600 top artists and craftmakers, live music on stage and street throughout downtown, plus the return of mega-hit “Salsa Sunday.” There will be a range of food and drink, home and garden exhibits, health and wellness displays, and fun for kids with bungee jumping and roll-on-water “waterballerz.” The art festival, presented by the Chamber of Commerce Mountain View, takes place on Castro Street from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. both days. Admission is free. The event provides a consistent stream of revenue that helps fund Chamber programs throughout the year. Proceeds are invested in 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.


WINE HAVEN The new Wine Haven, presented by the Santa Cruz Mountains Winegrowers Association, will be open noon to 5 p.m. both days. Wine lovers can taste wine from premier Santa Cruz Mountains Vintners including Domenico, Cinnabar, SavannahChannelle, Loma Prieta and The Mountain Winery, and all of the sampled wines and cheeses will be available for sale as well.

TWO DAYS OF MUSIC Thirteen bands will play a wide-ranging musical mix — pulsating salsa, Motown, rhythm and blues, contemporary country, classic rock ‘n roll, jazz, soul, world-beat, Americana, Latin rock, disco and party music — on the Civic Center Plaza Music Stage and multiple street locations.

ARTS AND CR AFTS BOOTHS Professional artists and craftmakers will showcase their extraordinary work. Shoppers will find thousands of handcrafted items while browsing among 600 booths featuring original work in glass, ceramics, metals, fiber, leather, wood, jewelry, and fine art, stained and beveled glass, etchings, sculptures, photography, oil and watercolor paintings, gold and silver jewelry, vests, handbags, hats, and more will be among the thousands of one-of-a-kind items available.

FESTIVE FOOD Festival eateries will be dishing up a world of flavorful fare — fresh corn-on-the-cob, paella, patatas bravas, croquetas, tri-tip, beef brisket and pulled pork sandwiches, Teriyaki chicken and vegetables, barbecue chicken and pork skewers, chicken wraps, gourmet sausages, chicken wings, pizza, garlic chicken sandwiches, Parmesansprinkled garlic fries, smoked turkey legs, zesty fried calamari, baked potatoes, bacon-wrapped hot dogs, made-to-order crepes, chocolate-dipped fruit kabobs, ice cream, fresh fruit smoothies, root beer floats, fresh-squeezed lemonade, kettle corn and more. And for foodies, there will be a range of specialty food to sample and buy, as well as the opportunity to chat with the producers.

TO QUENCH THE THIRST Complementing the food will be premium wines, seasonal microbrews, margaritas, mimosas and sangria. The brewmasters at

Tied House will be offering their flagship Cascade Amber plus a batch of a California Common as this year’s special festival brew. Cool off with a Honey Green Tea, Unsweet Lemon Tea or Pomegranate Blueberry Ade from Honest Tea. Plus, Zico Pure Premium Coconut Water, bottled water and soft drinks will be available — all to raise funds for Leadership Mountain View (LMV), one of the Chamber of Commerce Mountain View’s many programs.

COMMUNITY STAGE & KIDS’ PARK A Kids’ Park will keep youngsters happy with bungee jumping, waterballerz, Mobile Rock’s climbing wall, temporary tattoos, face painting and body art, hula hooping, carnival rides and more. The INTUIT Community Stage will feature an array of young performers in a “Mountain View’s Got Talent” style showcase.


View and Nothing Wasted Consulting to promote and encourage Zero Waste. Free-standing containers will be positioned throughout the festival route for composting biodegradeable food scraps and recycling glass, plastic and aluminum. There will also be large behind-the-scenes composting and recycling containers for event staff, vendors and sponsors.

KMVT BROADCASTS LIVE! KMVT 15 “Mountain View Community Television” invites you to “SPEAK OUT” (continued on page 7)

Sports fans will have a place to relax and watch NFL and NCAA football and MLB pennant races on a giant LED screen in the Comcast Pigskin Party Lounge. It will be located at Mercy and Castro

ZERO WASTE The Chamber of Commerce Mountain View is partnering again with Recology Mountain View, the city of Mountain

Ch a m ber of C o m m er ce M o u n ta i n V i e w

43rd Annual Art & Wine Festival Continues the Tradition he Mountain View Art & Wine Festival is the Chamber of Commerce Mountain View’s largest fundraiser, enabling the organization to provide a variety of important services, programs, and scholarships to the community. “We continue the tradition of highlight-


ing the region’s best artists, wine and food,” Chamber CEO Oscar Garcia says. “Earlier this year we were honored to be recognized by the Metro as the ‘Best Art & Wine Festival’ in Silicon Valley. The Chamber of Commerce Mountain View has been connecting the business

community since 1922. By creating a strong local economy, the Mountain View Chamber and its 550 business members support a vibrant and diverse community. As the Visitor Center for the city of Mountain View, the Chamber offers a variety of information on hotels, restaurants, events,

schools, and other visitor-serving interests. For information, call the Chamber of Commerce Mountain View at 650-968-8378 or visit our website at

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Orquesta Borinquen

Ruckatan Latin Tribe

The Pacific Soul Band


A Music Lineup Designed to Keep Happy Feet Dancing tart your weekend out Saturday with dance and party music, classic rock covers, and a late ‘70s-era pop favorite Foreigner tribute band to kick things off. Then get ready for “Salsa Sunday” with two of the Bay Area’s top Latin bands. Orquesta Borinquen is a Bay Area salsa band with seamless vocals, a sizzling horn section, driving percussion, and grooving bass, delivering a fresh, authentic sound that ranges from salsa dura to salsa romantic. Powerhouse trumpet Bill Ortega Jr. leads the band with strength and pure determination for a flawless performance. Experience the unique blend of Latin and reggae that is Ruckatan Latin Tribe. These seven musicians came together from their diverse backgrounds and found a common goal to reflect musically what is happening


in the world. The grooves are heavy within the art of songwriting, bringing positive messages of hope in an upbeat, danceable world beat. The Pacific Soul Band is a group can cover any genre, including R&B, oldschool, funk, hip-hop, reggae, soul, soft rock, and top 40 dance tunes from the past to the

present. Bring your dancing shoes. Urgent brings all of the great classic rock of Foreigner to life in a powerful way. This experienced band formerly known as the Dirty White Boys has sold more than 70 million albums and has had dozens of top 40 hits. Rock out to favorites like “Hot Blooded,” “Double Vision,” “Juke Box Hero,” and

The Megatones

The Garage Band

Tied House Brewer y & Cafe

Good Eats, Award-Winning Beer, Nice People

Happy Hour 4-6:30, Weekdays $1 Half Pint Night 9-Close, Thursdays 3 for $3 Beer Flights, Weekends 954 Villa Street, Mtn View Open 7 Days a Week, 11am Weekdays, 11:30am Weekends, 650-965-2739 4

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the namesake “Urgent.” The Megatones have been rocking the Bay Area music scene for almost two decades with unique dance medleys of contemporary rock classics. If you can dance to it, the Metagatones can play it, with tight vocal harmonies, gutsy guitar, and rocksteady rhythm. Yes, they really did start out in a garage, and for the last 30 years The Garage Band has been dedicated to helping people have a great time through music. This cover band extraordinaire can play almost any popular tune desired from the 1950s to the present. Beyond the stage, talented street musicians will be on hand to entertain all weekend long.

We’ve been dancing for over 30 Years

Have Fun! Get Fit! Free Childcare

Aerobic Dance Class Abdominal Work Strength Training Fun Aerobic Routines

Mon-Wed-Fri • 9-10AM Mountain View Masonic Lodge 890 Church Street (next to Library) or (650) 941-1002 Complimentary childcare services

Entertainment Music Schedule



Saturday, September 6 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM — Pacific Soul Band

1:30 PM to 3:15 PM — Urgent (Foreigner tribute)

3:45 PM to 5:45 PM — The Megatones

Sunday, September 7 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM — The Garage Band

1:30 PM to 3:15 PM — Orquesta Borinquen

3:45 PM to 5:45 PM — Ruckatan

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

Fiesta Del Mar Gourmet Mexican Cuisine

Thank you to all our Loyal Customers for voting us 2014 the Best Mexican Restaurant 18 years in a row! 3 Great Mountain View Locations Fiesta Del Mar 1005 N Shoreline Blvd, 650-965-9354 Seafood, Rotisserie, Mexican Cuisine & Cantina

Fiesta Del Mar Too 735 Villa Street, 650-967-3525

The e Chamber of Commerce Moun M Mountain oun untta tain tai in V View ie would like to extend its iew it 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. Advanced Home Improvement

Hotel Avante


Alice 97.3 FM

Red Cross, Silicon Valley

American Laser Skincare


Renewal by Andersen

Artisan Wine Depot

Kaiser Permanente

Rhino Shield

Bank of the West

KBAY 94.5 FM

San Francisco Chronicle

Bay Area Air Quality Management District

KBCW Channel 44

Santa Clara County Department of

Bay Home & Window

KCBS 740 AM/106.9 FM

Blackberry React

KEZR “Mix” 106.5 FM

Santa Clara Valley Water District

Bonterra Vineyards

KFOX 98.5/102.1 FM

Santa Cruz Mountains

BX ConneXions

KGO 810 AM

California Artists

KLIV 1590 AM

Sares Regis

California Department of Tourism


Savannah-Chanelle Vineyards

Cascadian Farm

KOA Fitness

Sears Home Services


KPIX Channel 5

Shell Vacations

Chase Bank

KRTY 95.3 FM

Shoreline Amphitheatre

Cheryl Burke Dance Studio


Silicon Valley Community Foundation


Leadership Mountain View


Chiropractic First

Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital


Cinnabar Winery

ME Fox Company

Sons of Italy

City of Mountain View


Stanford Chiropractic


MJA Vineyards

Stanford Federal Credit Union


Mountain Bay Plaza

Star One Credit Union

Community Health & Awareness Council

Mountain View City Signs


Cutco Cutlery

Mountain View City Streets

Sunlight Concepts

David Walley’s Hot Springs Resort & Spa

Mountain View Family Dentistry

Sunnyvale Chiropractic

Day Worker Center of Mountain View

Mountain View Fire Dept

The Craftsmens’ Guild

Diamond Resorts International

Mountain View Police Department Reserve

The Mountain Winery

Domenico Winery

Police Officer Unit

The Solar Company

Door 2 Door Storage

Mountain View Police Dept

The Swig Company

Ellis Eye & Laser Medical Center

Mountain View Recreation Dept


European Wax Centers

Mountain View Solid Waste

Tied House Café & Brewery

First Tech Federal Credit Union

Mountain View Voice

Trilogy at the Vineyards

Food Should Taste Good

Mountain View/Whisman School District

University Chiropractic

Foundation Repair of CA

Newport Coast Villas


Friends of Stevens Creek Trail

New York Times


Genworth Financial

Nothing Wasted Consulting

Wells Fargo

Gold Rush Getaways

One Lawn



Palace Café



Palo Alto Medical Foundation


Graham Middle School

Prometheus Real Estate Group

ZICO Pure Premium Coconut Water


Provident Credit Union

Honest Tea

Real Goods Solar

Environmental Health

Winewgrowers Association

Seafood, Rotisserie, Mexican Cuisine & Cantina

AGAVE Mexican Bistro 194 Castro Street, 650-969-6767 Beautiful Back Patio Dining, Banquets & Large Groups Reservations Available

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43rd Annual Art & Wine Festival EVELYN


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TG1 W-1 B/M 2

Blackberry React Lost & Found



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B-TH 5




Music Stage

Community Stage

Kid’s Park

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Comcast Pigskin Party Lounge


B/M 7

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Free Speech












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Wine Haven Tasting Tent

YOSEMITE Free Speech



Volunteer Check-in



Tied House Beer

Beer + Margaritas


Fire Department

Info/Artist Booth


YIPEE Sangria/Mimosas


Police Department



SAN LMV Sangria

Waste Water Tank

First Aid

Bicycle Parking

LMV Water Juice & Soda

Credit Card Accepted Here For Tickets, Glasses

MV Community Access TV

Debris Box



W-1 Cortenova Pinot Grigio, Beringer Merlot W-2 Beringer Chardonnay, Columbia Crest Amitage Red W-3 Bonterra Sauvignon Blanc, Bonterra Cabernet Sauvignon W-4 Chateau Ste Michelle Riesling, Seaglass Pinot Noir W-5 Cortenova Pinot Grigio, Beringer Merlot W-6 Beringer Chardonnay, Chateau Ste Michelle Riesling, Columbia Crest Amitage Red W-7 San Elias Sauvignon Blanc, Beringer Cabernet Sauvignon Wine Haven, Taste of the Mountains The Mountain Winery, Cinnabar, Savannah-Chanelle, Domenico, Loma Prieta Winery


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B-2 B-3 B-4 B-5 B-6 B-7 B-8

Street Performer

Tied House Cascade Amber and California Common Rebel IPA, Goose Island Honkers Ale, Stella Artois, Shock Top Belgian White, Bud Light Margaritas Tied House Cascade Amber and California Common Rebel IPA, Goose Island Honkers Ale, Stella Artois, Shock Top Belgian White, Bud Light Margaritas Tied House Cascade Amber and California Common Rebel IPA, Goose Island Honkers Ale, Stella Artois, Shock Top Belgian White, Bud Light Margaritas Rebel IPA, Goose Island Honkers Ale, Stella Artois, Shock Top Belgian White, Bud Light Margaritas Tied House Cascade Amber and California Common

Food Vendors: F1

Frozen Fantasies Frozen Chocolate Dipped Fruit Kabobs & Ice Cream Bars, Fruit Smoothies, Lemonade/Herbal Iced Tea F2 Nora Cocina Espanola Paella, Patatas Bravas, Croquetas F3 Sandy’s Pop Shop Kettle Korn F4 Big Bites Vietnamese Eatery Banh Mi, Vermicelli Bowl F7 Kiwanis Club of Mountain View Dittmer’s Sausage, Corn-on-the-Cob, Tea F8 Barrett’s Lemonade Fresh Squeezed Lemonade F9 The Tamale Factory Tamales, Tacos, Burritos F10 Hot & Sizzling Grill Greek Sandwiches, Chicken Tender Plate w/Fries, Mozzarella Sticks F11 California BBQ Chicken or Pork Kebob, Chicken Teriyaki Rice Plate, Teriyaki Chicken Noodles F12 Big Ed’s Buzzard BBQ Tri-tip Sandwich, Pulled Pork Sandwich, Beef Brisket F13 Silicon Valley Lions Club Bacon Wrapped Hot Dogs, Bacon Wrapped Corn Dogs, Shaved Ice F14 Lemoine Creperie Made-To-Order Crepes, Lemonade, Ice Tea F15 Earthly Delights Chicken Sandwich, BBQ Pork Sandwich, Parmesan Garlic Fries F16 Olde Tyme Kettle Korn Kettle Korn, Roasted Peanuts (in the shell) F17 Willow Street Fried Calamari, Smoked Turkey Legs, Fried Artichokes & Zucchini F18 Ear-Good Corn Roaster Fresh Corn-on-the-Cob, Baked Potato, Lemonade F19 Thai Stick BBQ Chicken & Pork On-A-Stick, Chicken Rice Bowls, Chicken Wraps F20 Frankie, Johnnie & Luigi, Too! Hot or Sweet Italian Sausage Sandwich; Sautéed Bell peppers or Onions; Brownies F21 Baskin Robbins Ice Cream F22 Mountain View High School Choir Shaved Ice F23 Thai Stick BBQ Chicken & Pork On-A-Stick, Chicken Rice Bowls, Chicken Wraps F24 Pedemonte & Company Gourmet Sausages, Garlic Cilantro Fries, Lemon-Limeade F25 Amici’s East Coast Pizzeria Pizza Slices & Chicken Wings LMV 1- 3 Water, Organic Juice & Soda Honest Tea – Honey Green Tea, Unsweet Lemon Tea, Pomegranate Blueberry Ade, ZICO Pure Premium Coconut Water, Soda, Water SAN/MIM Sangria & Mimosas YIPEE Sangria/Mimosas (Morada Sangria & Pinord Cava Brut Mimosas) – Mercy & Castro LMV (Morada Sangria) – California & Castro TG 1-7 Ticket & Glass Booths 1 Ticket: $6 value Beer, Wine, Sangria, Mimosas: 1 Glass ($6) “Wine Haven, Taste of the Mountains” $45 for a commemorative festival wine glass, a tasting of all of the wines from all five wineries, a wide selection of cheeses to sample, and a Passport booklet (a $45 value itself) valid for two years of Passport Days to the Santa Cruz Mountains

MISC: 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 Credit Cards Accepted For Drink Tickets & Glasses –– CC 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) plus the Wine Haven Tent (High School Way).

NO SEGWAYS PLEASE! NO PETS PLEASE! Viva Plastic! We Take Credit Cards! For your convenience, pay for drink tickets and glasses with any major credit cards at the Ticket/Glass booths at Evelyn Ave., Villa St., Dana St., California St., and High School Way. Major credit cards will also be accepted at the Wine Haven tent.

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on TV at its booth during the festival. Drop by any time on Saturday or Sunday between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. to speak out, on camera, on any topic of your choice for one to two minutes. In addition to broadcasting your comments on KMVT 15, you will also receive a FREE customized DVD of your recorded commentary! 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. Free valet bicycle parking will be offered near the corner of Castro and Church streets by the Friends of the Stevens Creek Trail.




Free parking is available on streets and parking plazas surrounding the downtown area. Paid parking ($5) will be available both days from 9:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. including: 400 Castro Street (parking lot entrance on Bryant Street), 444 Castro Street (parking lot entrance on Bryant Street), Bank of the West (501 Castro Street parking lot entrance on Hope Street), Kaiser Permanente (555 Castro Street parking lot entrance on Hope Street), Chase Bank (749 El Camino Real/Castro Street), the City of Mountain View parking Lot #13 (on Bryant between California and Mercy Streets) and the Google parking lot (1200 Villa Street). Parking fees benefit the Community Health Awareness Council, creating healthy lives for children and families in Mountain View, Los Altos and Los Altos Hills.

Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) will be running its normal weekend schedule with bus and light rail service to downtown Mountain View. Ride VTA Light Rail (exit at the Mountain View Transit Center) or VTA Bus Lines 22, 32, 35, and 522 to the festival. Please note Bus Lines 32 and 522 do not operate on Sundays. For your free trip plan, call (408) 321-2300, or visit For Caltrain information, call 800-6604287 or visit Caltrain, VTA light rail and bus service drops riders off at the Mountain View transit center, just steps from the primary festival entrance.

Pets are not allowed at the festival. For the safety, comfort, and courtesy of your pets and festival-goers, please leave your pets at home.

STREET CLOSURES Castro Street will be closed to traffic from El Camino Real to Evelyn Avenue for the two-day festival.

FESTIVAL DATES/HOURS/ LOCATION The festival will be held on September 6-7 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Castro Street from El Camino Real to Evelyn Avenue. Admission is free.

INFO-LINE For festival information, call the Chamber of Commerce Mountain View at 650-968-8378, or visit

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