Annual festival features fun for everyone

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The 36th annual Los Altos Arts & Wine Festival is expected to draw thousands of people to the downtown village this weekend. The festival features arts, crafts, food, wine and children's activities.

The 36th annual Los Altos Arts & Wine Festival promises to be as big as ever - filled with an array of arts, crafts and children’s activities, a bevy of beverages - including local wines - and food galore.


Festival teems with tasty treats

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Barbecue chicken is a staple at the Los Altos Arts & Wine Festival. It’s one of the many offerings available for sale by the array of food vendors on Second and Third streets.

If it’s food you’re after, the 36th annual Los Altos Arts & Wine Festival practically overwhelms with options - from sausages to salads, chicken to calamari and pulled pork to pasta.


Festival gets into the 'Zone' Array of amusements for kids abound

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Carnival games – with prizes for the winners – have been a big hit with kids at previous Los Altos Arts & Wine Festivals.

The Los Altos Arts & Wine Festival’s Family Fun Zone offers children oodles of opportunities to play, sing and dance. Located directly off San Antonio Road and Third Street, the Family Fun Zone offers activities for kids of all ages.


For Nordin, art is in the bag

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Artistic handbag designer Yoshiko Nordin is in the Los Altos Arts & Wine Festival for the first time.

Yoshiko Nordin, participating in the Los Altos Arts & Wine Festival for the first time, uses kimono fabrics to create artistic handbags and other items. The Mountain View resident designs and produces all the pieces she sells.


Kish is fired up to be in festival

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Mountain View resident Danielle Kish makes jewelry from precious-metal clay, a soft clay that can be fired in a kiln to create solid metal. She launched her business, Sixteen50°, in 2011.

Danielle Kish is scheduled to participate in the Los Altos Arts & Wine Festival this weekend for the first time and said she is "quite excited to be a part of it."


Familiar wineries return to festival

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Selections from six boutique wineries are offered at this year’s Los Altos Arts & Wine Festival.

The Los Altos Arts & Wine Festival once again hosts six area winemakers who will pour a variety of wines this weekend. All of them participated in last year’s festival as well.


Festival features plenty of toe-tapping tunes

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Lyin’ I’s, an Eagles tribute band, is scheduled to open the slate of musical entertainment on the Main Stage Saturday afternoon. The band is performing at the festival for the first time.

When it comes to live music, the Los Altos Arts & Wine Festival has got you covered.


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