Historic Downtown McMinnville, Oregon hosts an Art and Wine Walk the third Saturday of each month. Merchants invite you to enjoy music, wine, food and art in the downtown area from 4 to 8 p.m. The next scheduled walk is June 18th. Visit downtown McMinnville’s website for more information.
The 12th Annual UFO Festival lands in McMinnville, Oregon on May 13 and 14. This is an opportunity for “believers, skeptics and experts” to come together to discuss the ever-fascinating topic of UFOs. The R. R. Thompson House Bed and Breakfast in nearby Carlton still has availability for the weekend. The inn is located just 10 to 15 minutes from McMinnville. The UFO Festival is sponsored by McMenamins.
We still have lodging available for the IPNC in McMinnville, Oregon, July 23-25. The R. R. Thompson House bed and breakfast in Carlton is just 15 minutes away from the Linfield campus. We have a suite or rooms available, so please give us a call if you need accommodations for this special wine event.
This will be the 24th annual International Pinot Noir Celebration.
Do you have plans to attend the International Pinot Noir Celebration (IPNC) in July in McMinnville, Oregon? We have availability at our historic Carlton bed and breakfast, and we will be glad to host you. The event is scheduled for July 23 – 25 on the Linfield College Campus. Our B & B is just 15 minutes away by car, in a quiet town known for its wine tasting rooms, restaurants and hospitality. You are invited to make our bed and breakfast your home base while attending this stellar event.
Held in its historic downtown, the McMinnville Farmers’ Market brings an array of fresh fruits, vegetables, herbs, flowers, crafts, dairy, fish and meats to the community each Thursday through mid October. The market is held from 1:30 to 6 p.m. on Cowls Street, between 2nd and 3rd. Come and enjoy wine tasting and live music each week as you wander among the booths at the market.
For the 24th consecutive year, the International Pinot Noir Celebration (IPNC) will be held on the Linfield College Campus in McMinnville, Oregon from July 23 – 25. This stellar event will bring together over 60 Pinot noir producers from around the world, outstanding chefs, and guests for a full weekend of wine tasting and education. In addition to the outstanding selection of Pinot noir, the event will include group activities, seminars, vineyard tours and meals by top Northwest chefs. Master of Ceremonies for 2010 will be Ray Isle, Wine Editor for Food and Wine magazine. You are invited to make our bed and breakfast your home base while attending the IPNC. Located in Carlton, we are 15 minutes by car from the campus.