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Sample the sounds of New Orleans’ Caleb Caudle and tastes of microbrews, food trucks at Reynolda House’s Harvest Moon Festival

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Celebrating the Harvest Moon and the Reynolda Estate in Winston-Salem, N.C., this annual event connects art, food, and music on the Reynolda lawn. Hear rising star Caleb Caudle, a New Orleans singer-songwriter, and enjoy outdoor games, the exhibition The Art of Seating: Two Hundred Years of American Design , a keepsake art activity, microbrew beer, free tastings, and meals available from food trucks, according to the Reynolda House Museum’s website.

Festival-goers will have a chance to enjoy samples and purchase products from a variety of local and regional vendors including Hoots Roller Bar & Beer Co., Black Mountain Chocolate, Taquerio Luciano’s, Café Gelato, Horne Creek Living Historical Farm, McRitchie Winery & Ciderworks, Butt Bros. BBQ, and Buffalo Creek Farm and Creamery.

Blankets and lawn chairs are encouraged.

If you go

What: Harvest Moon Festival
Where: Reynolda House Museum
Date: Thursday, September 11, 2014
Time: 6:00pm – 9:00pm
Cost: Members/students $10, non-members $15  NOTE: Cash only at the gate.

Tickets: Buy Ticket

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