Saturday Serenade at Stone Bluff Cellars with Shane Bruce

Stone Bluff Cellars welcomes acoustic artist Shane Bruce to the winery on Saturday, Sept. 11, and invites winery guests to attend Bruce’s performance from 1:30 to 3:00 pm. Indoor seating is limited and RSVPs should be sent to info@stonebluffcellars.com Lunch will be available until 3 pm and appetizers will be available until 4 pm.

At the age of 11 Shane Bruce picked up a guitar for the first time and his love for music began. Bruce is influenced by the music of the 60's & 70's, including John Denver, The Beatles and Neil Young. Shane’s concert features adult contemporary music including some of his original works. His acoustic performance guarantees to entertain as well as allow you to reminisce in the relaxing winery atmosphere at Stone Bluff Cellars.

 

"Curse of the Phantom Cowboy" Returns to Stone Bluff Cellars

Get ready for a rip-roaring evening of great fun, great food, and great wine when The Ultimate Murder Mystery brings “The Curse of the Phantom Cowboy” back to Stone Bluff Cellars on Saturday, September 10, 7-10 pm

The evening’s menu is an Italian feast featuring Lasagna and Chicken Parmesan. Seating is $61 per person and includes dinner, the show, and tax. Water and tea will be served with dinner, but wine and beer will be available for purchase.

RSVP for this event at www.ultimatemurdermystery.com – but hurry, seats are selling fast!


Annual Grape Stomp at Stone Bluff Cellars Set for Sunday, Sept. 4

Bring your cameras and your bare feet -- it's time for the annual Grape Stomp at Stone Bluff Cellars.

We'll have the grape stompin' area set up from 1 to 4 pm on Sunday, Sept. 4. This is a kid friendly event and we'll be sure to have the sprinklers set up and menu items just for kids. It might be the perfect day for kite flying, too!

RSVP at info@stonebluffcellars.com – and watch our website for special lunch menu details for this event.

 

Watercolor Class Offered at Stone Bluff Cellars

The scenic countryside will inspire beginning or more experienced artists when Painted Pony Art returns to Stone Bluff Cellars for a watercolor class on Sunday, Sept. 18, from 1-3 pm.

The class is open to beginners and includes instruction in watercolor technique. Artist/instructor Lynette Trotter will help students create landscape and still life works. The $30 per person fee covers instruction and use of materials.

 

Stone Bluff Cellars Invites Vendors to Participate in the 12th Green Country Wine Festival.

 

Area artists and craftsmen are invited to show and sell at the upcoming Green Country Wine Festival, said festival coordinator Dee Selby. We will continue to accept applications until September 15, 2011. Applications can be found on the Green Country Wine Festival page at the winery website: www.stonebluffcellars.com

 

Visitors from around the state and around the world come to Stone Bluff Cellars to enjoy the fall colors and scenic countryside at the annual Green Country Wine Festival. This year’s event is set for 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday, October 15, Selby said.

 

Admission for the festival is $5 per person. People 21 and under are admitted free. Parking is free. In addition to the vendors, the one-day event features wine tasting, winery tours, music, gourmet food, and a children’s area.

 

Stone Bluff Cellars is located southeast of Tulsa on 191st Street South between Hwys 64 and 72.

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FROM: Stone Bluff Cellars, Dee Selby, 918-482-5655

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