Monday May 14 2012 comments Art and Wine Affaire at Town Center By: Telegraph photography by Gabriela Bhaskar -A +A Buy This Photo Now Daniel and Monica Vasquez, of Roseville, buy their glasses for the Art and Wine Affaire held at El Dorado Hills Town Center over the weekend. Margaret Marshall, 61, of El Dorado Hills, looks through a handmade kaleidoscope at Riley Designs stand. Riley Designs has been handcrafting kaleidoscopes since 1987. Katherine Thelander, 54, of El Dorado Hills, buys a CD from musician Bob Culbertson, 56, of Lake Point. Culbertson plays the ?Chapman Stick? an instrument created in the 1970s by Emmett Chapman and is designed to be able to play several parts at once. Nathan Vaughn, 21, of Pollock Pines, poses in front of one of his hand-crafted mirrors. He is a carpenter that specializes in artistic mixed medium pieces. Alyssa Eastland, 3, daughter of David Eastland, 49, of Belmont, struts her stuff under some wind catchers. Madroña Vineyards was one of the 20 wineries pouring for the El Dorado Hills Art and Wine Affair over the weekend at the El Dorado Hills Town Center. Maya Strawick, 47, and her daughter, Katrina Strawick, 14, decide on which baskets to purchase. The baskets are made by Mary Norteye, 56 of Accra, Ghana, and Soquel. Thousands descended on the annual Art and Wine Affaire at Town Center in El Dorado Hills over the weekend. Dancing Dave Livingston, of Folsom, and Chane Buck, 21 of Folsom, dance to the Rhythm Vandals, a Santana tribute band, at Town Center during the annual Art and Wine Affaire. Dancing Dave Livingston, of Folsom, and Chane Buck, 21 of Folsom, dance to the Rhythm Vandals, a Santana tribute band, at the El Dorado Hills Town Center on May 12- 13.