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Wildcraft Cider Works announces 3rd annual Harvest Party

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Wildcraft Cider Works in Eugene, Oregon has announced their third annual Harvest Party for Saturday, October 21st.

 

More from a press release:

In celebration of all who have participated in our community apple drive, a project that will deliver a handcrafted cider made from the excess fruit of our local community donations, we’re throwing our usual coming-of-fall bash as we continue to steward the bountiful resources available to us in Lane County.

In celebration of all who have participated in our community apple drive, a project that will deliver a handcrafted cider made from the excess fruit of our local community donations, we’re throwing our usual coming-of-fall bash as we continue to steward the bountiful resources available to us in Lane County.

Here at Wildcraft, we place a great deal of pride in inspiring our community to utilize the land base around us and its many resources. We’re blessed to be a part of a community that is not only conscious of environmental conservation, but supportive of a local, homegrown business with values like ours. The time has come, once again, to reap what we’ve sown. Let’s celebrate!

This Harvest Party, we’re excited to feature an abundance of activities that are both family friendly and community oriented. From our Community Mural Project, to our face-painting booth and basket-weaving seminar, we’ve gone out of our way to make sure that all ages and all walks of life can feel welcome to partake in this gathering for the good. The Fine Arts Brigade will be tabling, offering hands-on print-making opportunities for all visitors. McKenzie River Trust (MRT) will be with us also, celebrating the release of our partnership project, Perennial Perry. Stop by their table to learn more about the collaboration and take advantage of the discounted case sales with proceeds going to MRT and their upcoming conservation efforts.

Don’t miss out on the informative talk with herbalist Kimba Rose, who will be discussing basic use of natural herbs and herbal tinctures. And, as if that’s not enough, in true Harvest Party fashion, we will be hosting the 2017 Cider Olympics on site. Watch as teams consisting of employees from your favorite local businesses face off against one another in an epic battle of cider making.

Last, never least and always loud, it wouldn’t be a true Harvest Party without music to cap off the festivities. We’ve made a point to gather some of the local musicians we all know and l love, as well as some out-of- towners with likeminded views on sustainable harvests and community. Come ready to dance and enjoy performances by Soul Vibrator, Eleven Eyes, Human Ottoman, Erica Dee, Scarub feat. Eligh (both from Living Legends) & Amp Live (of Zion I), Marv Ellis & We Tribe, and more special guests yet to be announced.

Wild Craft’s Third Annual Harvest Party is Saturday, October 21, at 232 Lincoln St., Eugene, OR. 1-7pm. $15adv., $20 at the door.

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Founder of The New School and most frequent contributor Ezra Johnson-Greenough has worked in the craft beer industry for almost 10 years, doing everything from illustrating beer labels to bartending at renowned beer bars and breweries like Belmont Station, Apex, Laurelwood and Upright Brewing. He has also had a hand in creating events like the Portland Fruit Beer Festival, Portland Beer Week, and the Brewing up Cocktails series. He is available for freelance consultation in marketing, events, graphic design and branding. Contact: [email protected]

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