Food, wine, beer and music will be the focus on the grounds of the Mark Twain Boyhood Home and the Interpretive Center Saturday.

The second annual Taste of Twain Wine, Food and Beer Festival features food from area restaurants, along with craft beers and wines from a variety of businesses around the region.

And, according to the Mark Twain Museum’s Melissa Cummins, there will also be lots of music, with Steve Paquet and the Heavy Implants on the main stage and Seth Wade on the stage at the Interpretive Center.

Taste of Twain runs from 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday. It’s a fundraiser for the boyhood home and museum and is sponsored by Mark Twain Brewery and Lohr Distributing of St. Louis.