Thanks to all the volunteers, sponsors, wineries, vendors and attendees we had a super fun and successful festival this year! Over 1,100 people attended this fundraiser for Habitat for Humanity of Teller County.

It was a perfect weather day too. After nine days of rain, the sun came out and stayed out. Temperatures climbed into the low 70s and a light wind kept everyone comfortable.

The new venue at Woodland Station seemed to draw in more last-minute attendees. In previous years, the Vino & Notes Festival was held at Memorial Park. A move was necessary because of planned renovations at the park. Many people passing by on their way to other places noticed the festival and decided to come join the fun.

There were nearly 50 booths to visit, including 18 Colorado wineries offering a variety of wines for sampling and selling, 19 general vendors displaying everything from jewelry to specialty foods to fireplace mantels, two musical groups, and six different wine-food pairing demonstrations.

Everyone had a great time and we’re already looking forward to next year! Friend Rod Dion on Facebook and check out the album Vino & Notes 2014 for another 151 pictures of this fun-filled day.2 Jamie3 Ben4 Anthonie5 Volunteers6 Volunteers7 Volunteers8 Volunteers9 Jamie shoes