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The Good Times Continue with Treleaven’s Fall Events

Summer is almost done, but the fun continues at Treleaven with family-friendly, wine-filled events! Come spend the crisp, fall evenings with the Treleaven family – we have amazing events not to be missed and wine to be uncorked during this colorful season!


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Saturday, September 3 | 1:00PM – 9:00PM | $5 Admission

What better way to celebrate the final days of summer than with the best end-of-summer party anyone has ever been to! Join Treleaven for our second annual Field Day on Saturday, September 3 from 1-9PM.

The Delta Mike Shaw Band will get the party started at 1PM with their classic 1960’s rock and roll. Central New York’s best country act, Tailor Made will begin at 4pm, followed by headliner, The Jeff Love Band, starting at 7pm.  The 11-piece dance band will be cranking out R&B, Latin influence material, swing and funk. Be prepared for a feet-can’t-stop locomotive from the first song!

Food lovers are invited to grab a bite of tasty eats from local food trucks including Alexander’s Food Truck and Over the Moon Grilled Cheeserie, while Meg-A-Moo’s Ice Cream and Silver Street Rd. Kettle Corn will be catering to everyone’s sweet tooth. In addition to the great local fare, there will be wine specials, wine slushies and beers on tap, including Cortland Beer Company, Two Goats Brewery, Grist Iron and Bandwagon.

 There will also be plenty of lawn games for you and your family to enjoy like corn hole and lawn-sized jenga, as well as inflatables for the children.  There won’t be a better way for your family and friends to toast the end of a great summer!

Admission is $5 for adults.  Children 12 and under get in free.  Click HERE for more information.


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Every Friday through September 30 | 6:00PM – 9:00PM | FREE Admission

Wrap up summer on a high note at Treleaven’s Garden Concert Series, continuing every Friday through September 30! Celebrate the arrival of summer with delicious wine, beer and food while the tunes carry your cares away.

We will be finishing the summer with an exciting line-up of the local area’s best classic rock, funk and swing musicians, including Thru Spectrums, Under Construction, Marc W. Ryan and Julia Felice and the Whiskey Crisis. Food, wine and beer will be available for purchase.  Entertainment will take place in The Hangtime under the stars, and lawn games will be setup for the whole family to take part.

Check out our EVENTS PAGE for for a complete list of musicians and food vendors.


The Destination @ Treleaven | Saturday, September 24 | 6:00PM – 9:00PM | FREE Admission

Pack up those lawn chairs and dancing shoes because The Destination is coming to the Treleaven stage! Enjoy a beautiful evening under The Hangtime, fun live music, and of course, our own Treleaven wines and local brews.

Food vendor to be determined. Wine, beer and wine slushies available for purchase.


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Saturday & Sunday, October 8 & 9 | 10:00AM – 5:00PMFREE Admission

If you love wine, beautiful fall foliage, delicious food and live entertainment, we invite you to join us for our annual Harvest Fest!

The two-day celebration includes numerous festival activities such as traditional grape stomping, a pumpkin painting contest, wine and craft beer tastings, lawn games and live entertainment. Come with an empty stomach, as local food trucks will be serving up their scrumptious grub. Bring the whole family for what promises to be a wonderful weekend!

See below for a full listing of musicians, food trucks and activities.

Saturday, October 8
Sunday, October 9

 Live radio broadcast with 97.3 Lite Rock’s Dave Ashton – 10AM – Noon

Live music feat. Radio London – 1PM-4PM

Food truck eats from Over the Moon Grilled CheeserieŸ

Ÿ Pumpkin painting contest – 10AM – 3:30PM.
Winner will be announced at 4PM.

Ÿ Grape stomping at noon, 1PM and 2PM

ŸLive music feat. Bad Alibi – 1PM-4PM

Food truck eats from The Chicken Bandit Food Truck & Eatery

Pumpkin painting contest – 10AM – 3:30PM.
Winner will be announced at 4PM.

Ÿ Grape stomping at noon, 1PM and 2PM

 

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