After rain dampened the ground at Camp Muffly Saturday, the weather was much nicer Sunday for the conclusion of the annual Wine and Jazz Festival in Monongalia County.
The 19th annual festival raised money for the West Virginia Jazz and Wine Festival non-profit group, which gives back money to the community through grants.
Through the first 18 years, the event has been able to give back more than $320,000.
Organizers said this yearly event is a good combination of great entertainment and food.
"It's beautiful, it's an absolutely gorgeous spot out here at camp Muffly, beautiful park. It's wonderful out here, and beautiful surroundings, music and wine. It's a great time," said Paul Scea, Vice President of the West Virginia Wine and Jazz Festival.