Nashville Rocks Rustico

YeeHaa! Git yer cowboy hat and some stompin boots on!

The Oliver Sagebrushers are presenting their Second Annual country concert, “ Nashville Rocks Rustico” featuring the music of “Almost Alan”, Canada’s famous Alan Jackson Tribute Artist, Aaron Halliday, and the South Okanagan’s well-loved country rockers Mikie Spillett and Dale Seaman. Last year`s concert was a big success, and it looks as if this one might just top it.

The evening begins at 6.00 p.m., Friday September 28th at the Rustico Farm & Cellars Winery on Hwy.97 and Rd.16 west. What a great way to kick off the Fall Wine Festival!

A potluck dinner may be enjoyed under the pergola while admiring the incredible panorama below. Just bring along some food to share.

Tickets are $20.00 per person and may be purchased at Lauralee’s Treasure Cellar on Main Street in Oliver, Tuesday to Friday, by calling Sally at 250-498-0104, or right at Rustico Winery  31238 – Golden Mile Dr..

The Quail’s Roost Gallery will be open with members of the Oliver Sagebrushers hosting your evening. So come and enjoy an evening under the stars and with the Stars.

Directions to the winery: Off Highway 97 between Oliver and Osoyoos take Road 16 on west side to 123rd St., left turn to Rustico sign. (approx. distance from corner of Hwy 97 is 0.4 kms.)

Cowboy Christmas at Rustico

The Oliver Sagebrushers Art Club are celebrating the opening of a second gallery room at Rustico Farm & Cellars Winery, where they have been showing their works over the last several months.  The artists’ productivity and sales have warranted this new expansion.

Join them to celebrate a Cowboy Christmas! Tour the new gallery area, stock up on gifts of art and wine, listen to some live country music, and chow down on some warm chili and hot mulled cider around the campfire.  Artists will be on hand throughout the weekend to tour or answer questions.

The entertainment will feature country singer Mikie Spillett from 3-5 p.m. on Saturday Dec.3.  Everyone is welcome: It’s family fun!

The monies donated during the Cowboy Christmas will go to the Desert Valley Hospice Society.