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First Friday Downtown Celebration!

Join us for another festive evening of live music, fine art, great wine and good food! Enjoy live music by Michael McCabe on guitar. Check out the new art by Sue Clancy, all pieces of the show are for sale through the end of July. We’re offering glass pours, open bottle purchases, growler fills and half carafes this evening. Featuring a delicious luau dinner by Chef Emilee of Class Cooking School.

Live Music: Michael McCabe, guitar

"I enjoy creating melody and structure to capture my moment of thought in a composition. Whether others will comprehend my expression or not I will always relive that creation with tremendous joy." 

Michael has passionately studied, practiced and played the guitar in different forms...eventually devoting his concentration and discipline primarily to the classical guitar and later included Spanish, flamenco, Celtic, jazz, gypsy jazz, bossa, folk, rock, country, and Latin styles of music."

To learn more about Michael's music visit his website:

New Art by: Sue Clancy, fine art, illustrator

Sue Clancy’s lighthearted story-book style has decorated the walls in universities, hospitals and other public settings.  Her work has illustrated books and literary magazines. Her artist books have been included in public and private library, museum and historical center special collections. Sue has created a playful exhibit entitled "Dear Readers" - a story you can walk around in with a glass of wine in hand! 28 pieces in total, all for sale through the end of July at the winery. Enjoy the whimsy...

Dear Readers By Sue Clancy

I’ve been thinking about the interconnectedness of everything in life. These thoughts led me to the concept of nested ideas; how one thing leads to another, one food or drink pleasure can lead to another new pleasure in a similar way that one enjoyed book can lead to another new book. I’ve also thought of how much the written word in general has enhanced our pleasure in and understanding of the sensual world by enabling connections to be made between elements and people across time and space.

So, in this exhibit I’m using the printed-and-bound book as a symbol for “the written word” in its myriad of formats. And I’ve deliberately, whimsically, played with the one-thing-leads-to-another-everything’s-connected concept by including spoofs of my own artwork, my still life paintings, within my other paintings that have dog characters in them. The titles of the still life paintings, the titles of the dog character paintings, the titles of the humans with pet’s paintings all correlate.

Each artwork in my exhibit is related in some way to at least one other artwork in this exhibit. I leave it for you to puzzle out which is connected to which – and in what way. And yes, you can read my exhibit like you would a mostly wordless comic. Enjoy!

You can see more about her life and work at

Food by Class Cooking, Chef Emilee Mahan:

Chef Emilee has prepared a Luau themed Dinner this evening for your enjoyment, to be paired with Mark’s famous Wine Tai!

To learn more about Class Cooking please visit the website:

Earlier Event: June 6
Thursday Happy Hour!