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‘Rooted in Nature’ Craft Brew Festival Returns To Wildomar

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The festival takes place from 1-6 pm Oct. 15 at Marna O’Brien Heritage Park, 20505 Palomar St.

Planned and produced by the nonprofit SRPNEF, the festival supports nature education programs that serve over 10,000 youth from 10 school districts in Southwest Riverside County, according to event organizers.

“We are excited that Wildomar, the gateway to the Santa Rosa Plateau, is the site of this major craft beer celebration in Southern California and that the event benefits our nonprofit that has as its roots a natural and important environmental mission,” said Ginger Greaves , SRPNEF executive director.

A family-friendly gathering, festival-goers can enjoy live music, craft beer-related exhibitors, a silent auction, and a family nature-park area with activities and exhibits. Children are encouraged to dress up for Halloween and go trick-or-treating in the family nature park area.

And of course, there will also be a wide variety of award-winning craft beers from over 35 breweries, according to event organizers. All ticket holders will each receive a commemorative tasting glass for their unlimited 2-ounce pours.

Food for purchase from local restaurants and food trucks will be on site.

The festival begins at 1 pm for VIP early access and 2 pm for general admission. General admission is $54; VIP early access tickets are $64 each. Children 12 and under get in free.

Get tickets and find more information at www.naturebrewfest.org. Tickets will also be available for purchase at the park’s entrance gate on the day of the event.

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