27 January 16 Food | Wine
17 Galleries + Wine + Food = One delicious art experience! Saturday and Sunday, April 23rd and 24th from noon to 4 P.M.
Celebrating its twenty-seventh year, the Ashland Gallery Association’s
signature fund-raising event is A Taste of Ashland
. This annual walking tour of Ashland galleries pairs local restaurants and regional wineries to create Ashland’s most delicious art experience!
This year’s A Taste of Ashland takes place on Saturday and Sunday, April 23rd and 24th from noon to 4 p.m. Foodies and wine connoisseurs from all along the west coast follow a map to 17 galleries, to discover Ashland’s best restaurants and the region’s best wines. The trolley will be circulating the Plaza, Railroad District, and out-skirting galleries to give you a ride!
“A Taste of Ashland is the ultimate Ashland experience!” says Jeff Jones, Event Coordinator. “Tasters stroll leisurely through the quaint town of Ashland all afternoon, experiencing the best of Ashland art, food and wine, then have time to relax and attend an Oregon Shakespeare Festival
performance in the evening. What could be better?”
Purchase your tickets before February 1st for Early Bird rates! This event sells out each year, so get your tickets now!
For a complete list of pairings and to purchase tickets, visit at ATasteofAshland.com
A Taste of Ashland is HOSTED by: Ashland Gallery Association
and SPONSORED BY: Southern Oregon Public Television
, Jefferson Public Radio
, the Ashland Chamber of Commerce
, Southern Oregon Media Group, Ram Offset Lithographers
, and Southern Oregon Magazine
Photo by Sean Bagshaw, Outdoor Exposure Photography
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