September 30: Camarillo Old Town Association’s 5th Annual Wine Walk Celebrates Downtown & Local Businesses

Downtown Camarillo

(Camarillo, Ca) On Sunday, September 30, 2018 from 1:00pm – 4:00pm, Camarillo Old Town Association (COTA) is having its 5th Annual Wine Walk in historic downtown Camarillo. the celebration is intended to allow community and businesses to come together to enjoy local shops and eateries while learning updates of historic Camarillo Old Town’s developments.

More than 25 local business stops up and down Ventura boulevard will provide dining, entertainment and shopping with live music, art, food, beer, craft beers, and wine.

“Our goal is to always have community events and bring people to Camarillo Old Town,” says Linda Hunter, COTA Treasurer and owner of the Wine Closet on Ventura Blvd.

COTA is an organization of business and property owners in the Camarillo Old Town District that also includes area residents and stakeholders.  COTA’s mission is to improve economic vitality and continually enhance the neighborhood. It also aims to preserve the heart of downtown while promoting local businesses, tourism, education, community involvement and investment opportunities.

Sponsors Include:

  • Premier America Federal Credit Union
  • Visit Camarillo
  • Cantara Cellars
  • Blvd Brgr Company
  • Twenty 88
  • The Wine CLoset
  • Mister Softee
  • Old Town Cafe
  • Magnavino Cellars
  • Pantess Cellars
  • Cavletti Vineyards
  • Artiste Winery
  • Bella Capri Inn & suites
  • Zander’s Game House
  • Empty Hangers
  • Bone Deep Tattoos
  • Artisfactions Ad Agency
  • Schearer Designs
  • Rocket Fizz
  • Flower Power
  • Farmers Insurance
  • Robert Thomson Agency
  • Studio Channel Islands Art Show

Early Bird Tickets are $40 and are available online at or $45 on the day of the event.

General Admission includes wine, wine glass, beer, and entertainment. Attendees must be 21 years of age or older. Check in begins at noon.

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