The 30A Wine Festival- Intermezzo, underwritten by The Alys Foundation, will be held in Alys Beach from Thursday, February 18 through Sunday, February 21, 2021. In these unprecedented times, our 2021 30A Wine Festival will be reimagined as an intimate dining series held in the pocket parks around Alys Beach. As we shift to continue the necessary efforts to prioritize social safety, we wish to honor our annual festival, the organization it supports, and Alys Beach as a community with this abbreviated event series designed for the well-being of our guests, vendors and team members.
Intermezzo will celebrate and embody the rich and diverse collective of food, wine, and community that our larger festival holds paramount—but on a smaller, more intimate scale. Equally as sought-after and refined, and as always, benefitting The Children’s Volunteer Health Network.
The Alys Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, was established with the intention of providing funding to sustain the long-term community values of Alys Beach. The funds from The Alys Foundation are used to enhance the experiences of local & transient families as well as preserve and enhance the quality of life of our/the community members. While the Alys Foundation primarily focuses on the town of Alys Beach, The Foundation also focuses its initiatives on the Walton County community at large. The Alys Foundation provides funding for local non-profits benefiting the community in a multitude of ways. Funds have been used to finance facility, community, environmental, cultural, and educational programs at Alys Beach as well as within the local non-profits that partner with the Alys Foundation.The Foundation continues to give back to the community each year by underwriting Digital Graffiti at Alys Beach, the 30A Wine Festival, and the Alys Beach 5K & 1 Mile Fun Run. The Alys Foundation is proud to represent Alys Beach and serve Walton County.
Children’s Volunteer Health Network, Inc.
Children’s Volunteer Health Network, Inc. is a faith-based 501(c)(3) organization, established in 2005 in direct response to Walton and Okaloosa County’s large population of low income families who are unable to access high quality health services due to the unavailability (or inadequacy) of insurance. CVHN provides children in need the opportunity to flourish by facilitating health and wellness services via our Mobile Dental Clinic and partnerships with local providers. CVHN delivers access to free dental and vision care services to over 1,000 children enrolled in school in Walton and Okaloosa Counties who are on the free or reduced lunch programs. For more information, call 850.622.3200 or visit cvhnkids.org.