11th Annual Elkton Art & Wine Weekend
Buy Local this holiday season!
Elkton’s studio & winery tour is on hold this year but you can still enjoy artists’ work and find great gifts while supporting local businesses Thanksgiving weekend.
View art! A new exhibit of local artists will be in the ECEC library.
Find your perfect gift! Farm Pickins, The Attic Goblin, and the ECEC Gift Shop are open and ECEC’s online store is now live. (The Gift Shop is open Fri/Sat only; shop online 24/7!)
Buy wine! Wineries are open for bottle sales and wine can be shipped to most states. It’s a great time to stock up and introduce friends to Elkton wines.
Eat great food! Restaurants are limited to take out during the pause. Let’s show ’em our love and get dinner to go! Some have groceries and gift certificates too.
Scroll down to check out last year’s line-up and stay posted for 2021 details coming this fall. We’ll keep this page updated and encourage you to call ahead if you’re visiting in person.
Elkton Artists’ Exhibit at the ECEC Library
In place of the studio tour, local artists are joining a show in the Elkton Community Education Center (ECEC) library at 15850 Highway 38. Featured artists include Nancy Watterson Scharf, Jane Wood, Marsha Mello, Jennifer Wolfe, Judi Otto, Cindie Brewer, Sherrie Brooks, and Andrew Chason.
The show will be open Friday and Saturday from 10-4 with prints, cards, and other items for sale. After Thanksgiving weekend you can view the show Tuesday-Thursday from 10-2 until December 17th.
What Is Happening In Elkton?
During the two-week Covid-19 pause there are no wine tastings but wineries are OPEN!
Bradley Vineyards will be offering bottle sales Friday-Sunday from 11-5.
Lexème Tasting Room will be offering curbside pickup Friday-Sunday 11-5 for pre-orders only.
Brandborg Winery will be offering bottle sales Friday and Saturday only from 11-5.
River’s Edge Winery will be offering bottle sales Friday-Sunday 11-5.
Elkton’s newest store, Attic Goblin specializes in antiques and eclectic collectibles at 300 River Road (one block south of Highway 38). Open Friday-Sunday 10–5.
Farm Pickins Mercantile has an ever-changing collection of home goods and furniture, with a focus on farmhouse décor, industrial designs, and local artisans. Don’t miss Jennifer Dalen Wolfe’s whimsical gnomes, which are perfect for holiday decorating, and Big K’s specialty meats. Open Friday-Sunday 9-5.
ECEC’s Gift Shop features garden-themed gifts, educational toys, and a remarkable collection of rocks and crystals reflecting the center’s focus on environmental and heritage education. Open Friday and Saturday 10-4 (closed Sunday). Shop from home on our online store here!
Missing The Elkton Art Tour?
Check here to connect with your favorite Elkton Artist!
Trudy Wilkinson “Handwoven scarves, shawls, blankets, kitchen towels, and table linens. Featuring natural fibers including vegetable-dyed wool, absorbent cotton, and soft tensel. Handmade in Elkton, Oregon.”
Nancy Watterson Scharf “I work with acrylic paint on stretched canvas and panels. My work is inspired by contemporary human relationships with the natural world.”
Food & More…
Tomaselli’s Pastry Mill
Tomaselli’s has a new Thanksgiving dinner that you can pick up and heat at home (pre-order by Nov 22nd) and they’ll have food for takeout Thanksgiving weekend.
14836 Hwy 38, (541) 584-2855
Fri-Sun 6 AM-8 PM
14858 Hwy 38, (541) 584-2555
Fri-Sat 5 AM-9 PM
Sun 5 AM-8 PM
El Guerrero Azteca
14971 Hwy 38, (541) 584-2222
Fri-Sun 11 AM-7 PM
Elkton Food Center
14804 Hwy 38, (541) 584-2428
Fri-Sun 6 AM-9 PM
Elkton Station Coffee Shop
14940 Hwy 38
Fri 9 AM-4 PM Coffee & Gas
Sat 10 AM-4 PM Gas Only
Big-K Guest Lodge
20029 OR-138, Elkton, OR 97436, (541) 584-2295
The Elkton RV Park
450 River Dr, Elkton, OR 97436, (541) 584-2832