The Epilepsy Foundation of NJ (EFNJ) will join Foul Rift Productions on Saturday, May 17 and Sunday, May 18 as they host their third annual “Muses in the Vineyard” music festival at the Four Sisters Winery in Belvidere, NJ.
Muses in the Vineyard
The two-day festival promises a remarkable weekend of music, wine, food and fun, with proceeds benefiting EFNJ. New Jersey’s own Red Molly, Nashville’s Amy Speace, Christine Havrilla, Sarah Ayers, Maura Kennedy, and Austin’s Jess Klein are included in a lineup of 20 different female performers. In addition to the music, Muses in the Vineyard will feature wine tastings and sales by the glass or by the bottle of Four Sisters Winery’s award winning wines, a fine assortment of arts & crafts vendors, children’s activities and available food and beverages to satisfy any palate.
|Saturday, May 17th
1:00 pm – Shawnee Kilgore
1:40 pm – Kathy Moser
2:20 pm – Regina Sayles
3:00 pm – Sarah Blacker
4:00 pm – Trina Hamlin
5:00 pm – Sarah Ayers Band
6:00 pm – Christine Havrilla
|Sunday, May 18th
12:00 pm – Camela Widad
12:40 pm – Mara Levine with Caroline Cutroneo
1:20 pm – Jess Klein
2:20 pm – Maura Kennedy
3:20 pm – Danielle Miraglia
4:00 pm – Amy Speace
5:00 pm – Red Molly
The Epilepsy Foundation of NJ, an affiliate of the National Epilepsy Foundation, is a state-wide, non-profit agency dedicated to helping improve the quality of life for people affected by epilepsy and their loved ones. EFNJ provides programs and services for families living with epilepsy, such as a residential summer camp, support groups, scholarships, referral programs and respite care. EFNJ also institutes free educational presentations about seizure first aid and police training.
- One in 26 individuals will develop epilepsy in their lifetime.
- Epilepsy is more common than Cerebral Palsy, Parkinson’s Disease, Muscular Dystrophy and Multiple Sclerosis combined.
- Epilepsy affects an estimated 3 million people in the United States, and 65 million people around the world.
- Thirty percent of those with epilepsy are children under the age of 18.
- 150,000 new cases are reported each year in the US.
Come show your support and help raise necessary funds for families affected by epilepsy in NJ! Festival details and online ticketing are available at www.musesinthevineyard.com.