A Peninsula event is turning 50 and everyone is invited to the party. The Millbrae Chamber of Commerce’s 50th Millbrae Art & Wine Festival will return to downtown along Broadway this Labor Day weekend, with a host of activities planned for Sat.-Sun., Sept. 4-5 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Admission is free.
The festival will take place on Broadway—located one block west of El Camino Real—between 200 Victoria Ave. and 979 Meadow Glen Ave., the Chamber said.
Festivities will include gourmet food, alcoholic/non-alcoholic drinks, live music by Gary Pellegrini’s Band coupled with a Classically Cool Car Show (in the parking lot on Broadway’s 200 block) and handcrafted works for sale by 300 artisans.
Other festival highlights will include a Kids’ Zone (900 block of Broadway at Meadow Glen Ave.), an organic and green products showcase, artisan specialty treats, home and garden exhibits and health and wellness displays, according to the Chamber.
“In an effort to keep our festival attendees, volunteers, artists, sponsors, vendors and staff safe during the event, face masks must be worn at festival booths and in all enclosed areas and crowded spaces,” stated Chamber officials.