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Hundreds indulge in food, wine for 17th annual Cambria Art and Wine Festival

Posted at 8:51 PM, Jan 26, 2019

For the 17th year, the Cambria Chamber of Commerce is hosting the Cambria Art and Wine Festival, allowing attendees to indulge in delicious food and explore local shops.

The event was originally meant to bring people into the coastal town during the off-season to help support local businesses. It also started as a one-day event, but it’s grown to three days.

Executive Director of the Cambria Chamber of Commerce Mary Ann Carson says about 600 people attend the yearly event.

“We have 25 wineries and they are all over town, so you get to taste 25 different wines if you can get around to all of that,” Carson added.

Festival attendees can win several raffle prizes and bid in a silent art auction.

The event goes through January 27.

(Artwork shown in video clip by RR VAGNINI and Gina Gilbert Gruenberg)