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Making Parts of the California Food and Wine Festival Permanent

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  • Making Parts of the California Food and Wine Festival Permanent

    Someone on MiceChat observed that the festival seemed to do a good job of achieving the goals that the new park had when it first opened, and I agree.

    I would be really interested in seeing the culinary demonstrations and wine seminars made permanent attractions in D.C.A., for example. The festival atmosphere in the Bountiful Valley area, as well as the wine and tapas stands did add something that the new park was missing from the very beginning.

    There was more of a life to Bountiful Valley and to the winery during the festival, and people seemed to be having a good time.

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    Re: Making Parts of the California Food and Wine Festival Permanent

    Not to mention that all the food service areas were actually being used! I think that the wine tasting in particular fits well with "California" theming, and I'd join you in voting to bring it back more than four weekends a year.

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