The City of Santa Clara sure does know how to host a fun event! The 41st annual Santa Clara Arts and Wine Festival offered a sensory delight with dozens of wine, beer, and food tastings, along with live entertainment and more than 160 arts and crafts vendors throughout Central Park from September 16-17th.
Santa Clara’s biggest party of the year has become a staple in the community’s social calendar, bringing together local artists, winemakers, musicians, food vendors, and more, creating an atmosphere of fun and connection.
You may have seen the Mission Point team stationed at the Spin Art for Everyone Booth for much of the weekend, where they helped festival goers create their own works of art and shared information about Mission Point. While most in the community have heard about the new mixed-use urban neighborhood, some were new to the concept and stopped by to learn more. The Santa Clara development project will bring residential housing, commercial offices, and neighborhood retail spaces, as well as restaurants, a grocery store, a daycare center, and plenty of open space to our community. This project will help transform the city’s north district while meeting the needs of an active, diverse, and healthy community.
The Mission Point team was thrilled to sponsor this event and share exciting new details about the project. Supporting local arts and culture is more than just a good time—it’s a way to celebrate the essence of our community. Cheers to Santa Clara!