Vines & Vittles 2022 is a wrap. On a warm Sunday in August almost 800 people attended Rancho Bernardo Rotary Club’s Vines & Vittles held at Webb Park. They had families, young marrieds, single folks, grandparents, and more. 48 booths filled with local restaurants, breweries and wineries providing tastings that were a huge hit. The event had local artisans and various non-profits promoting their mission. The main stage entertainment - The Shirt House Band and Mariachi La Victoria de San Diego serenaded the crowd for three hours. 

There were a lot of kids enjoying demos by Gyminny Kids, the Club’s own comedic ventriloquist Joe Gandelman, learning a golf swing at Red Line Athletics, and listening to some of their friends play their instruments at the Bach To Rock booth. Meanwhile, they were able to enjoy lemonade, ice cream and popcorn in the kid's refreshment zone as well as play a ton of games in the Game Stop. 

The figures aren't finished yet, but the Club’s goal was to raise funds to support the community service activities of the Rancho Bernardo Rotary Club Foundation and the Rancho Bernardo Historical Society, and they are thrilled with the preliminary result.