Stonefield Cellars located in Summerfield NC wants to wish you a great 2013 (this winery is only short drive north of Greensboro) and they have some great events planned to kick off this new Year.
HAPPY NEW YEAR! We had a blessed holiday season and loved seeing all of our dear
friends and their families. It gives us great pleasure to be a part of the gathering
- to share in the joy of gift giving, of time together spent laughing and story
telling over great wine.
The fun and fellowship continues at Stonefield Cellars
into the new year with more events to bring folks together. Check out our calendar
of events for January (details follow the quick list below). What’s a great resolution
for 2013? Get the tickets, mark the calendar, make it happen! You are in control
of your destiny! : )
Calendar Quick List
January – (details are below)
Thursday 3rd – Sippin’ & Readin’ Book Club – 7-9pm
Tuesday 8th – Tunes on Tuesday – 7-10 pm
Saturday 12th – Bunco Party 6-10 pm
Sunday 13th – Artist of the Month Reception – 2-5 pm – Rendie Coleman of Renderings
Saturday 19th – Soup & Sing – 6:30 – 11 pm
Tuesday 22nd – Tunes on Tuesday – 7-10 pm
Saturday 26th – Songwriter Workshop (5-7 pm) and Concert (7:30 pm) by David Russell
February (save the dates – details will be posted on our website soon and in a followup
Tuesday 12th – Tunes on Tuesday – 7-10 pm
Friday 15th – Valentine Dinner (catered) and Concert by Travis and Stephanie Vernon
- 7-10 pm
Saturday 16th – Soup & Sing – 6:30 – 11 pm
Sunday 17th – Sweetheart Sunday (wine and chocolate pairing) – 1- 6 pm
Tuesday 26th – Tunes on Tuesday – 7-10 pm
DETAILS FOR JANUARY EVENTS
Thursday, January 3rd – Sippin’ And Readin’ Book Club – 7-9 pm -
Stonefield Cellars Tasting Room. We will be discussing Gillian Flynn’s book entitled
“Gone Girl”. February’s selection is “Cascade” by Marianne O’Hara.
Tuesday, January 8th – “Tunes on Tuesday” – Stonefield Cellars hosts the
High Lonesome Strings Bluegrass Association Jam – 7:00 -10:00 pm
- Members and prospective members welcomed! If you have
questions about this event, contact Natalie at 336-689-4071.
For more information about High Lonesome Strings, visit highlonesomestrings.org
Bring your instruments or just come to listen – either way, it’s always a
great time! Wine, beer, and non-alcoholic beverages are for sale during
Saturday, January 12th – Bunco Party! 6:00 – 10:00 pm
Betsy Kilts will be your Bunco Party Leader and Robert and Natalie Wurz are your
winery hosts for the evening.
* Bring some food to share for an ‘intermission’ social. We will have a buffet table
set up in the hallway where you can put your food upon arrival. This can be anything
from snacks to heavy hors douvres to healthy fare like fruit kabobs.
* Stonefield Cellars is a winery that sells wine and beer, as well as non-alcoholic
beverages. There is no cover charge for this party, but beverage sales are what
keeps the doors open to provide a venue for fun community events like this. Therefore,
no outside beverages are permitted. Stonefield Cellars has over 20 wines (dry whites,
dry reds, and plenty of sweet wines) and also stocks a broad selection of North
Carolina produced beers ranging from light to amber to dark. Something for everyone.
* Here’s your chance to re-gift that item that just doesn’t suit your taste. Bring
an unwrapped gift to contribute to the Bunco Barrel!
* If you’ve never played Bunco before, Betsy will lead you through the process.
It is simple and fun and will give you a chance to meet some new folks. Note: This
is not a ‘girls only’ event – men are welcomed to participate! Singles, Couples,
girl friends, guy friends – we are open to everyone joining in on the post-holiday
* Reservations are required – space is limited and we need to set up for the expected
number of guests, so please RSVP as soon as possible but no later than noon the
day before, Friday, 1/11. Reply to this email or call 336-644-9908 to reserve your
Sunday, January 13th – Artist of the Month Reception – 2-5:00 pm
Rendie Coleman, Owner/Operator of Renderings will be the featured artist at Stonefield
Cellars Winery during the month of January, 2013. Rendie offers an ever growing
inventory of earrings, necklaces, bracelets, rings, and wire jewelry trees and can
take custom orders to create a unique pieces just for you! For a representative
look at what you might be available to purchase, check out Renderings on Facebook,
Pintrest and Etsy.
Rendie discovered her love of art and crafts as a child. Art is her passion and
her therapy. Inspired by her mother’s talent, her artistic expressions take form
in beading, pottery, glasswork, jewelry design, picture framing and wood working.
Her current focus is on recycled art projects, specifically, wire tree sculptures
and aluminum jewelry. Her goal is to make each piece as funky and individual as
my clientele. She believes that art should be fun, uplifting, and expressive.
Rendie may also be contacted via e-mail at email@example.com or
Saturday, January 19th – “Soup & Sing” 6:30 – 11:00 pm
Reservations for Soup and Sing are Required – Please call 336-644-9908.
Soup & Sing is held once a month on a Saturday night. This is a combination pot-luck
dinner, jam session, and folk gathering for local musicians/singers that harkens
back to a time when there were no radios or TVs and music was what we made together,
face to face, an essential part of our soul as necessary as the food that nourished
our bodies. If you are not a musician but are a friend or family member of a musician
or are a Friend of Stonefield Cellars that loves wine and music, you are welcome
to come. We appreciate your support of local music and local wine! (Wine sales
provide the financial support to make this event possible.)
Large Parties/Groups Policy: Due to our policy to preserve the intimacy of the
gathering and the need to stay within our capacity limit, Soup & Sing is not an
event for large private parties or groups (more than 8 people in a single party/group).
We do however rent our barrel room for private parties and we can provide you
with contact info re: bands for hire. We also hold barrel room concerts and outdoor
music events at the winery during which we can provide concert/festival seating
for large groups.
If you are interested in attending, RSVP Natalie Wurz at 644-9908 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
. You will be given more details about the
Tuesday, January 22nd – “Tunes on Tuesday” (see details above)
Saturday, January 26th – Songwriter Workshop (5-7pm) and Concert (7:30pm) by David
David Russell has written award-winning songs, and has collaborated and
performed with regional and national songwriters, performers and producers
(Gamble Rogers, Steve Goodman, Steve Young, John Pennell, Don Oja-Dunaway,
Charlie Robertson, Hershey Reeves, Jim Connor and Dave Durham/HankCochran, just
to name a few ). David’s songwriting heroes are writers like Mac MacAnally (who
years ago traded songs with David), John Hartford, Jimmy Webb and the great Hoagy
Carmichael. The crafts of songwriting and performing are in his blood, coming from
musical family heritage harkening from Nova Scotia and Cape Breton Island.
Blues, Bluegrass, Folk, these are just a few of the genres that David’s songs find
His songwriting intelligence is matched by his great wit and charm – you will be
inspired and motivated to push your songwriting to the next level!
As a performer, David always delights with a well rounded repertoire and storytelling
that draws the listener in to an intimate experience beyond your average cafe concert.
The Songwriter Workshop. Join David and hone your writing. (5:00-7:00 pm)
David will present examples of his and his friend’s successful songs in different
genres- from jingles to art songs. An introduction to the songwriting process,
the workshop will cover: 1) song structure, 2.) lyric writing 3.)tonal tension and
structure 4) songwriting methods of the pros.
Workshop includes a syllabus and song worksheets to take home. The workshop will
be held in a relaxed setting (the beautiful Stonefield Cellars Barrel Room) with
an emphasis on the creative process. The intent is for fledgling writers to take
away fresh ideas and a spark for their work. This is a 2 hour workshop, in the
round, and is an acoustic-only event– attendees are encouraged to bring their acoustic
instruments and their songs.
David In Concert (7:30 pm) Following the workshop, David Russell will perform
in concert, including many of the songs discussed in the workshop. David Russell
Reservations/tickets Workshop $15 Workshop and Concert $20 Concert Only
CALL 336-644-9908 (winery office) or Natalie at 336-689-4071 to purchase tickets.
Dinner Options – For workshop and concert attendees: We will have a half hour break
between the workshop and concert for dinner – dinner is not included in the price.
We will order take out from our local Italian Restaurant (will take orders at beginning
of the workshop). For concert only attendees: Join us in the barrel room to eat
before the concert. Beer and wine will be available for purchase before the concert
and during intermission (no outside alcohol allowed). You are welcomed to bring
your food from home or some take-out from local restaurants such as Bistro 150,China
Gourmet, Elizabeth’s Pizza, Rio Grande (Mexican), all in the Oak Ridge Commons Shopping
Center in Oak Ridge, less than 15 minutes south of the winery.
CHEERS! Robert, Natalie, Michelle, Sarah, Anna, and Noah
Visit their website to learn more about Stonefield Cellars