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Keep This Date Open!

Wild Cat Ridge Music & Wine Festival is Saturday, June 7, 2014.
Gratz Fairground, 601 E. Market St. (Rte. 25), Gratz PA 17030

Keep This Date Open!

Wild Cat Ridge Music & Wine Festival is Saturday, June 7, 2014.
Gratz Fairground, 601 E. Market St. (Rte. 25), Gratz PA 17030

Keep This Date Open!

Wild Cat Ridge Music & Wine Festival is Saturday, June 7, 2014.
Gratz Fairground, 601 E. Market St. (Rte. 25), Gratz PA 17030

Keep This Date Open!

Wild Cat Ridge Music & Wine Festival is Saturday, June 7, 2014.
Gratz Fairground, 601 E. Market St. (Rte. 25), Gratz PA 17030

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Sponsored by Gratz Fair Assn. - benefits Competitive Exhibits Program
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Keep This Date Open!

Wildcat Ridge Music & Wine Festival
Saturday, June 7th, 2014
from noon-6pm
Gratz Fairgrounds, 601 E. Market St. (Rte. 25), Gratz PA 17030

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Our 3rd music and wine festival fundraiser will take place on Saturday, June 7, 2014 from noon-6pm. This fundraiser is in support of our competitive exhibits and queen programs, and Kaitlyn's travel throughout the area and her participation in the state queen competition. 

                      

                      

 We are soliciting sponsors to defray some of the cost in hosting a music and wine festival. Click [here] to access the 2014 sponsor info/form.  Your contribution is greatly appreciated. Thanks to our 2013 sponsors, listed above.

In addition, we are in need of volunteers for the event, plus more the day of the event for the numerous tasks at hand.  Give us a call, drop us an email or by whatever means to let us know of your interest.

Many wonder where the name "Wildcat Ridge" came from for the festival?
Prior to the layout of the town of Gratz, this 325 acres was known as "Wildcat Ridge (Hill)."
In 1811, Simon Gratz, a wealthy Philadelphia native, had made a survey and the general plan was prepared. By 1815, the first recorded lot was sold by Simon Gratz in the newly established Gratztown. Within several years, a number of houses were built by an influx of German settlers. Many of these settlers were skilled craftsmen whose trades were useful to their neighbors and the farmers who had settled in the surrounding Lykens Valley.

 

 

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