How Wine Walk Works
Guests purchase tickets for $20 from the Chamber, either in person, by phone or online. They can choose to pick up their tickets in advance or from a "will call" window the night of the event. Anyone needing to pick up tickets or buy tickets the night of the event will come into the Chamber Office.
Once guests have a ticket, they get in line for registration under a tent on Central Avenue.
1) be ID'd.
2) have their hands stamped
3) get a lanyard with a Wine Check number
4) get their program
5) get their souvenir tasting glass
6) have the option to buy a 4-bottle wine carrier box
From there guests are allowed to visit winery locations in any order they choose.
The food tent will open at 5:45 to avoid a bottleneck of guests coming through as soon as they complete registration.
Guests go from location to locations, getting in line to sample wine. They may choose to purchase wine from any location. They can either carry their purchased bottles or have bottles checked. No open alcohol is permitted in the city. Open alcohol can be confiscated.
Each winery will have paper wine bags with sticker labels. Each purchased bottle of wine to be checked will have the corresponding number from the buyer's lanyard written on the sticker label.
Checked wines are picked up by Chamber volunteers and brought back to the Wine Check at Henderson Electric (two doors down from the Chamber). When a guest is ready to claim checked wine, he or she will present their numbered lanyard. All wine in the Wine Check with that number will be given to that guest.
Wine will not be handed out without the numbered lanyard. Names or Wine Walk ticket numbers cannot be used to pick up wine. No record will be kept of which lanyard number goes with which Wine Walk guests.
Additional four-wine bottle carriers can be purchased at the Wine Check.
Guests may retrieve checked wine at any time during the evening, but there may be a short wait while purchased wine is in transit.
Wine Check will close at 10:30 p.m.
Guests are responsible for keeping track of their own lanyard number, souvenir glass, and any unchecked wine or other purchases.
Wineries and winery locations and the food tent reserve the right to remove or refuse to serve any guests who behave inappropriately or violate the city's open container law.
Not all winery locations are accessible to people with disabilities.
Must be 21 or older to participate.
The annual Wine Walk is a fundraiser for the Titusville Area Chamber of Commerce. Funds are raised through ticket sales and sponsorships, but not based on wine sales.
Friday, Aug. 12, 2016 5-9 p.m. Downtown Titusville
Tickets $25 includes souvenir tasting glass, snacks and wine check.
Available online through PayPal, by phone at 814-827-2941 or at the Chamber Office, 202 W. Central Ave., Titusville, PA 16354
Titusville Area Chamber of Commerce Fundraiser
Click here to purchase online.
Thank you to our sponsors!
2016 Oil Festival Schedule of Events!
Monday, August 8
7-9 p.m. Concert in the Park, Scheide Park, Free.
Tuesday, August 9
5 p.m. Oil Queen Pageant, Colestock Auditorium.
Thursday, August 11
4:15-7:30 p.m. All Class Reunion, THS Cafeteria,
Sponsored by Titusville Alumni Association,
Friday, August 12
7:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Great Eastern Cutlery Factory Tours & Store Open, Last Tour at 1:30, Call 814-827-3411.
Noon to 1 p.m. LOL: Lunch on the Lawn at Benson Memorial Library Snacks, Activities, and Entertainment for all ages, Free.
5-8 p.m. KIDSZone Attractions Quad Bouncer, Giant Slide and More, $1 Unlimited Use Per Child.
5-9 p.m. Oil Fest Wine Walk Sponsored by Titusville Area Chamber of Commerce, Tickets available at the Chamber and by phone at 814-827-2941, $25/each.
5-9 p.m. Artisans, Crafts and Food Vendors
Sponsored by Titusville Area Chamber of Commerce.
6-8 p.m. Matt Gavula: Erie’s Piano Man performs on Spring St. in front of event sponsor Farmers National Bank. Family Friendly. Free.
7-10 p.m. Teen Street Dance
with DJ Todd Entertainment. Downtown. Free.
8 p.m. Joe’s Sunroom performs on Franklin St. in front of event sponsor The Blue Canoe Brewery. Free.
Saturday, August 13
7 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Great Eastern Cutlery Store Open
9 a.m. OC&T Speeder Cars Depart Call 814-676-1733.
10 a.m. Open Air Farmers Market
Sponsored by Titusville Renaissance, Inc., Call 814-827-1012.
10 a.m.-4 p.m. Art Exhibit and Chalk Walk at Main St. School
Presented by Titusville Council on the Arts, Call 814-827-2381.
10 a.m.-6 p.m. Artisans, Crafts and Food Vendors
Sponsored by Titusville Area Chamber of Commerce. Call 814-827-2941.
10 a.m.-6 p.m. KIDSZone Attractions Quad Bouncer, Giant Slide and More, $1 Unlimited Use Per Child,
Gaming Trailer additional $1/hour from 1-3 p.m. and 4-6 p.m.
11 a.m. Annual Oil Festival Parade, Sponsored by the Titusville Area Chamber of Commerce,
Noon-4 p.m.: PA Oil Region AACA Car Show, Spring St. and Central Ave., Call 814-827-1782.
Noon-5 p.m. Free Tours of the Tarbell House
324 E. Main St., Sponsored by the Oil Region Alliance, Call 814-677-3152.
2-5 p.m. Free Church Tours, maps and guide brochures available at the Chamber and the Church of Christ, Call Tammy at 814-657-8114.
3-4 p.m. Music of the Era presented by Dr. Phil Atteberry, at Main St. Elementary. Free.
3-7 p.m. 8th Annual Drake’s Folly Beer Festival outside event sponsor The Blue Canoe Brewery, 814-775-0077.
6 p.m. OC&T Speeder Cars Depart
6 p.m. Barge Race at Burgess Park Pool
Sponsored by the United Way of the Titusville Region, Call 814-827-1322.
8 p.m. Necessary Experience plays the Pre-Fireworks Family Tailgate Party at Carter Field. Free.
10 p.m. Fireworks at Carter Field by Gibson Fireworks.
Sunday, August 14
Noon YWCA of Titusville’s 100th Birthday Celebration, 201 N. Franklin St.
Souvenir T-Shirts ($15 for youth and adult sizes) and Commemorative Buttons ($5 each to enter drawings of $100, $75 and $50 Cash Prizes. Limit 200.) are on sale at the Chamber Office
(202 W. Central Ave.)
For more festival details please visit our
Oil Festival, Titusville PA Facebook Page
or call the Chamber at 814-827-2941.