Every June, the Grove City Town Center welcomes over 30,000 people to celebrate the finer things in life at the Grove City Wine & Arts Festival. Here are six reasons why you should attend the Grove City Wine and Arts Festival this year:

1. Ohio wines 

The event, sponsored by the Ohio Grape Industries Committee, features the best wines from the state of Ohio, including those from Grove City’s own Plum Run Winery.  Need I say more?

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2. Live music

Entertainment is provided throughout the weekend. Sit back, relax, sip some wine, and enjoy live music!

3. Art

Juried artists from Central Ohio and beyond showcase their work for art admirers to enjoy or take home. Some artists even offer the opportunity for event-goers to create a piece of their own.

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4. Food trucks

Pair your wine samples with delicious food from food trucks, like comfort food from Sue Terre’s Food Affair and oysters on the half shell from En Place and everything in between. Or pick up a bite to eat from one of the restaurants in the Grove City Town Center.

5. Historic Grove City Town Center

The event is held in the heart of Grove City–the historic Grove City Town Center. This charming walkable district is filled with shops and restaurants for you to check out during the Wine and Arts Festival.

6. Shuttle service

Last, but not least, there will be a shuttle service both days of the event, so you don’t have to worry about parking! The shuttle will pick-up and drop-off at all of Grove City’s hotels as well as the corner of Broadway and Southwest Blvd., as shown on this map.

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New Headshot photo - sarahBlogger: Sarah Lilly is the marketing manager for Visit Grove City. She started her career in tourism by interning for the CVB from 2013-2015. She is a Gilmore Girls enthusiast, travel lover, and graduate of Miami University. Tweet: @GroveCitySarah #seethegrove