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«Return to Blog List Art and Wine Bring in the New Year in Paso Robles

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We hope you enjoyed the holidays, but we also know they can be hard. Family can be rewarding, but also exhausting, and the winter has its own stresses. Take a deserved break and come visit wine country in beautiful Paso Robles to beat the winter blues.

New Year’s Bonfire

What better way to celebrate the coming New Year than sharing a gorgeous bottle of wine while listening to live music around a 20 foot bonfire? Dec 31st, come to downtown Paso Robles to listen to the sweet Chicago Blues of the JC Smith band, a local favorite, and ring in the New Year with style. What’s more, it’s completely free to attend!

Art After Dark

Paso Robles’ very own Studios on the Park put on a monthly show where you can have a relaxed evening of drinks and conversation around incredible and interesting art. This January 7th, come visit and enjoy wine courtesy of Wine Boss and the music of Azure Tres!

Paint & Sip

If you’re looking to do more than just appreciate art, then Julie Dunn and Adelaida Vineyards and Winery have an incredible opportunity – learn how to paint your own masterpieces as Dunn shows you her most essential techniques, all while enjoying Adelaida’s award winning wines!

If all that sounds like a relaxing, low key vacation, then the best part will be your stay at the Adelaide Inn. The hidden gem of Paso Robles, we treat you like family when you’re here. Thoughtful accommodations mean you feel like you’re at home – but a home with a heated outdoor pool and spa, a picnic and BBQ area, and complimentary contintental breakfasts! And, if you want any recommendations for the best of our local wineries, any of our staff will be happy to tell you their personal favorites.

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