Date: Sunday, September 16, 2018
Time: 12:30 pm - 3:30 pmLocation:
Molon Lave Vineyards
10075 Lees Mill Rd
Warrenton, VA 20186
Food • Wine • Live Music • Lawn Games • Raffle Prizes
Come chill on the hills of Molon Lave with your friends and the cyclists from the 9th Annual Cycle Fest* charity ride! No reservation needed.
Swinging Live Music — Free!
Seth Kibel and his trio will entertain. Seth is one of the Mid-Atlantic’s premier woodwind specialists, wowing audiences on saxophone, clarinet, and flute. He is a 29time Washington Area Music Award (Wammies) winner.
Enjoy a glass of wine or try a wine tasting (available for purchase)
Lunch and Noshes (available for purchase)
Fabulous Raffle Prizes including...
• New bicycle of your choice from The Bike Lane ($1,500 value)
• Wine tasting and glass of wine for 8 guests at Molon Lave ($160 value)
• Handmade steel kitchen knife forged by a veteran participating in IMPart ($350 value)
• Pottery piece crafted by a veteran participating in IMPart (priceless)
Raffle tickets available only at the event. Drawing at 2:15 pm. Must be present to win.
We’ll be "chilling" rain or shine!
Bring a lawn chair or picnic blanket if the weather looks promising. If not, we’ll be indoors.
Dogs welcome on the property, but they must be leashed and outdoors at all times. Water and organic dog biscuits available upon request.
The event benefits veterans and their families through support of IMPart (Injured Military Personnel +art), a visual arts education program which connects returning wounded veterans with transformative art experiences in ceramics and metals. A program of local, non-profit The Art League, IMPart is part of CREATIVE FORCES - NEA Military Healing Arts Network.
Interested in a friendly, supported ride through beautiful Virginia countryside? Register for Cycle Fest today!
Three ride distances: 18 miles • 44 miles • 64 miles
All rides launch from and finish at Molon Lave Vineyards so riders can enjoy Chill Fest as well.
Space is limited, advance registration highly recommended.
Questions? Contact Petya.Invanova@jccnv.org, 703.537.3055