NEW! Harvest Celebration features programs on food, wine and beer

Weekend-long event at Historic Brattonsville and the Museum of York County

ROCK HILL, SC – Take part in the Culture & Heritage Museums’ first Harvest Celebration September 25-26, featuring wine and beer tastings and educational events about foods and beverages.

The weekend kicks off with an Exclusive Vintner Tasting, 6:30-9:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 25, at the Museum of York County. This special wine tasting event will feature a live auction.

On Saturday, enjoy the Piedmont Pottery Festival and Living History Day at Historic Brattonsville, as some of the best traditional potters in the region show their work and costumed interpreters demonstrate the food practices of the 18th and 19th centuries. Purchase pottery and local barbecue and hear discussions by noted pottery historians.

Saturday evening, head back to the Museum of York County for Fork, Cork & More, a program with tastings and educational sessions about sustainable foods, food and wine pairings and other epicurean topics and a silent auction. Featured will be Stuart Roy, former director of wine and spirits at Caesars Palace Las Vegas, Catherine Rabb, associate instructor at Johnson & Wales University and Drew Procaccini, wine enthusiast with O’Darby’s Fine Wine & Spirits.

Weekend Package $375; includes two tickets each to the Exclusive Vintner Tasting, Piedmont Pottery Festival/Living History Day and Fork, Cork & More.
Pottery Festival/Living History Day Adults, $10; Seniors, $8; Youth ages 4-17, $5. Children 3 and younger free. Members receive $2 discount.
Fork, Cork & More $45/person for members; $50/person for non-members.

Harvest Celebration
September 25-26
Museum of York County (803.329.2121)
Historic Brattonsville (803.684.2327)

The Culture & Heritage Museums are managed by the York County Culture and Heritage Commission (CHC), chartered in 1997 by the York County, South Carolina, Council. The Culture and Heritage Foundation supports the CHC, its museums and the future museum being developed on the Catawba River at I-77.