The 2014 Sunnyvale Art & Wine Festival is history. Over 350 artists and eight of the finest bands in the Bay Area enjoyed two days of perfect weather. Pictured above are Mike and Jon from TeamLogicIT and Bruce (middle) from the Maple Tree Inn. Our beverage booth was one of the busiest says Adrienne Wong of TeamLogicIT. As people lined up 10-20 deep all day, we served fine wines, ice cold beer, margaritas, sangria, and Prosecco. This is one of the only festivals that does not require you to purchase a souvenir glass to enjoy the beverages. Booths are a one stop location for all your drinks. Proceeds from beverage sales benefit the Sunnyvale Community Services organization which provides support to local individuals and families in need of some assistance. Companies may request to operate a booth if they can commit 8 volunteers per day. A company banner is placed in the booth for you and the opportunity to speak with hundreds of patrons is tantalizing. If your company would like to participate next year, please contact the Sunnyvale Chamber for more information. This year, the addition of a Kid's Ride section provided fun for small children. A community stage allowed local dance companies and singing ensembles to showcase the talents that lie within and dazzle the audience with some smooth moves and melodic sounds. Food booths were as varied as could be, from the traditional Corn Dog to the Philly Cheese Steak. (My Favorite), to a refreshing Chinese Chicken Salad. See you next year!