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Ottawa Two Rivers Wine Fest

June 5th 6th and 7th - Ottawa Two Rivers Wine Fest is more than just a wine fest.  Not only will there be lot's of Illinois wineries to sample from, but there will be craft beer, Jazz and Lobster!!

Here's a little blurb from the Ottawa Mayor to better describe it.  And we'd like to add that everyone who ever stayed with us and went to this had a GREAT time!!! Also get more info here http://ottawa2riverswinefest.com/  and here https://www.facebook.com/pages/Ottawa-2-Rivers-Wine-Fest/114565435287416

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Welcome to the 5th Annual Ottawa 2 Rivers Wine Fest!

For 5 years now, we have enjoyed working with our principle partners – the Illinois Grape Growers and Vintners Association, Heritage Corridor Convention and Visitors Bureau and the Ottawa Visitors Center – to once again bring you the best of Illinois wine and outstanding jazz. And, again this year, we are pleased to offer fresh grilled lobster in conjunction with Ottawa’s Noon Rotarians. The success of the past FOUR years has been overwhelming!

It’s because of Ottawa’s setting – comprised of the 2 Rivers and beautiful historic architecture, and the friendly faces, exceptional shopping and dining options – that so many people pick us for a perfect place to visit and conduct business.

While you are here we hope you get a chance to explore all of Ottawa’s history, including a stroll through beautiful Washington Park – the site of the first Lincoln-Douglas Debate – as well as the nearby Reddick Mansion. You are sure to appreciate the beauty of our streetscapes, and are certain to find a number of unique, quality stores to browse, as well as a lovely selection of dining options throughout Ottawa. Spend some time exploring our Antique District on West Main Street, the specialty booths of our Botanical Fair on Court Street and everything Old Town has to offer during the festival.

We hope you enjoy your time spent in Ottawa and plan to return soon. Cheers! And, Pick Us for shopping, dining, history, and so much more!

Robert M. Eschbach, Mayor