It’s always sad to see the weekend come to a close. The Sunday scaries set in, and Monday is a harsh jolt back to reality. Take a break from the cycle and attend A Taste of Clifton Food & Wine Festival the first Monday in October.
Clifton’s Favorite Food & Wine Festival
On Monday, October 2, 2017, A Taste of Clifton Food & Wine Festival returns, and it’s got more to offer than ever before. This year, the festival features a new outdoor beer garden and live entertainment throughout the evening. Spend the night sampling fine wines and craft beers – from recognizable favorites to small-batch specialties. It’s the perfect time to sip something new. While enjoying the libations, stop by one of the food stations and sample menu items from more than 30 local restaurants. Later in the evening, there will be a drawing for a local restaurant gift certificate.
The event lasts from 6:30 p.m.–9 p.m., but come early to enjoy the best selection of food, beer, and wine. Tickets are $40 per person. This Clifton food and wine festival is great for group outings, and the festival offers a discounted rate of $350 for 10 tickets. You can buy tickets and register online, or contact John DeGraaf at firstname.lastname@example.org or 973-773-0966 x111. Group tickets cannot be purchased through the ticket portal.
Boys & Girls Club of Clifton
This food and wine festival isn’t just about warding off the weekday blues. All proceeds will go toward the programs and services of the Boys & Girls Club of Clifton. The Clifton chapter of the Boys & Girls Club goes all the way back to 1947 when it was just “The Boys Club.” In 1986, the girls and boys united to form a single organization. Today, the club sees more than 1,245 children and teens daily who may be facing economic, social, and familial disadvantages. It provides young people with programs like violence and substance aversion, health and fitness programs, literacy activities, homework help, and fine arts education.
By offering this network of support, the Boys & Girls Club of Clifton fosters a sense of belonging, positive adult reinforcement, and self-expression. Here, kids can find interesting and constructive activities that channel youthful energy into challenging pursuits. The center’s facility employs 27 full-time staff and more than 140 part-time workers and volunteers to provide Clifton’s youth with stability at a time when they need it most.
Garden State Honda
There’s nothing like giving back to your own community. Spend an evening at this Clifton food and wine festival and make a difference right here are home. Garden State Honda is proud to be a member of the Clifton community, where integrity is paramount. That’s why everything we do centers around our We Say Yes motto. Our dedication to customer care is what helped us win the 2016 New Jersey Honda Dealer of the Year award. Buying a car is a special experience, and we want to make it one you can’t help but enjoy.