Frequently Asked Questions

Where do I park?

Parking is available at the South End of Veterans Park located at 6465 Washington St., along Washington Street, at the Community Center 6516 Washington St. and in various public parking lots throughout Town.

What if I need handicapped parking?

Handicapped parking is available at the Yountville Community Center located at 6516 Washington St., at Veterans Memorial Park and in various public lots throughout Town.

Do I have to buy a Tasting Package?

Only visitors who want to taste wine need to purchase a Tasting Package. Non-drinkers are welcome to attend the event at no charge. All money raised from Tasting Package sales goes to support the Arts in Yountville.

How many wines will I get to taste with my $35 Tasting Package?

We will have at least 12 wineries and tasting rooms participating. Each Tasting Package comes with 4 tasting tokens to use at either Tasting Pavilion.

Where are public restrooms located?

Public Restrooms can be found at Memorial Park, Yountville Community Center, and Town Hall.

I didn't pre-purchase a Tasting Package. Where can I get one?

If we have tasting packages remaining, you can purchase online at www.artsipstroll.com or inquire day of at the information booth located at the Community Center, 6516 Washington St.

Where can we eat?

Stay tuned for the announcement of participating event food vendors. At that time, food vendors can be found on the Food Partners page of this site. 

Click here to visit the Yountville Chamber of Commerce Restaurant Page. We highly recommend making reservations at one of our local eateries in advance. We will also have featured options located at the Veterans Memorial Park located at 6465 Washington St.  

Where can I see a list of the artists who are participating?

Stay tuned for our 2022 artist directory to view a list of artists and their work samples. 

Where can I find out what musicians are playing and when?

Stay tuned for this year's featured Musicians, to be announced on the Musician page of this website. 

How can I be a featured artist in the next Art, Sip & Stroll?

Sign up for Yountville Arts mailing list here and stay tuned for the call for artists for the 2023 Art, Sip & Stroll.

Is there a lot of walking?

The event is split between two sites that are 1/4 mile apart. Veterans Memorial Park located at 6465 Washington St. and the Yountville Community Center located at 6516 Washington St.

Is the event dog friendly?

Well behaved dogs on leash are welcome at all outdoor sites, but not in indoor venues.

Is the event family friendly?

Yes! All ages are welcome!

Is there a charge to attend Art, Sip & Stroll?

No! This is a free event. The only charge is for the Tasting Package if you would like to taste wine.

Where will Guy Buffet be during the event?

French-American Artist Guy Buffet will be painting LIVE inside the Yountville Community Center Gallery at 6516 Washington St.

What are the COVID-19 requirements for this event?

We will continue to follow all local, state and federal COVID 19 guidelines and mandates. At this time, masking is advised in large crowds even if you are outdoors.

How will the Tasting portion work this year?

Four tasting tokens will be included with each package as well as a poster token that is redeemable at our Information Booths for the event poster with art by Nick Cann. We welcome you to visit the two tasting pavilions during your visit and choose from over 12 unique Napa Valley Wineries and Tasting Rooms to taste.
We anticipate that COVID-19 restrictions will still require you to be seated and actively drinking to remove your mask while visiting the indoor Tasting Pavilion at the Community Center.   
While outdoors and at the Veterans Memorial Park outdoor Pavilion, feel free to wander and enjoy the art with your taste at each site. Please note that due to ABC requirements, you must finish your taste before leaving either the Community Center Property or the Veterans Memorial Park Property and moving about the rest of the Town.

Can someone who didn't buy a Tasting Package come into the Tasting Pavilion with me?

Yes.

Are masks or face coverings required?

We will continue to follow all local, state and federal COVID 19 guidelines and mandates. At this time, masking is advised in large crowds even if you are outdoors.
We anticipate that COVID-19 restrictions will still require you to be seated and actively drinking to remove your mask while visiting the indoor Tasting Pavilion at the Community Center.   
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Need more information? Call (707) 944-8712