It’s going to be a terrific Sunday Fun Day with local singer/songwriter Matt Johnson returning to our slice of paradise here in the tropics of Free Union. Sunday, June 25th, from 2 to 5pm. Open to all. No cover.
Follow Matt Johnson’s musical journey via his Facebook page:
During the warm weather season, the music may perform outdoors, under the eaves of the back deck. Otherwise, and in the case of inclement weather, the music will be held inside our beautiful glass oasis – the tropical conservatory. Both indoor and outdoor seating is available first come, no reservations.
Picnics are welcome throughout the property, barring any outside alcohol. We have plentiful seating areas both inside the conservatory, and outdoors along the back deck, as well as in front of the conservatory, and there are several picnic tables spread across the lakefront. Feel free to bring your blankets/chairs. Pop up tents and personal grills are permitted for use in the overflow grassy tailgate and picnic areas.
Glass House Winery wines are available by the bottle and glass, and traditional tastings are being conducted at the Tasting Room Bar. *Our crowd pleasing Wine Slushies have returned for the season!* Also available are our Wine Flights, these are great for those who prefer to do a self guided tasting, simply order at the bar and take back to your table.
The following measures are in place to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for all of our guests, as well as our staff:
We will be adhering to, and strictly enforcing, all requirements and guidelines as set forth by the Governor and the CDC, which include increased sanitization and cleaning procedures to ensure the health and safety of guests and staff.
We all know that music and dancing go hand in hand, however, if you are going to get up and groove to the tunes, we kindly ask that you stick to the vicinity of your seated area.
Children are welcome, please keep them with you at all times. Consider bringing along games or other items to entertain them while seated. Well behaved dogs are also welcome but must remain on their leash at all times.