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DATE / TIME EVENTS / INDUSTRY LOCATION
Feb 08, 2015
02:00PM - 05:00PM
First Annual SRJC Wine Classic on Sunday Feb 8th
First Annual SRJC Wine Classic on Sunday Feb 8th
Marin,
Santa Rosa
Event Description

Sunday, February 8th  from 2 pm to 5 pm
SRJC Bertolini Hall
 
 
Dear Local Business/Community Leader:
 
We are well on our way to a very well attended SRJC Wine Classic on Sunday, February 8th—all to support SRJC students and scholarships
 
Check out the list of participating wineries at http://www.srjcwineclassic.com/wineries.html  
 
 
Thanks to the many local business who are buying 4 or 6 tickets at a time and bringing friends and clients—no better way to support SRJC and meet over 30 Sonoma County vintners pouring over 60 wines.
 
Again, this will be a
 
3-hour walk around reception on Sunday, Feb 8th from 2 pm to 5 pm, 30 wineries pouring over 60 wines,
souvenir wine glass, live music, appetizer and dessert buffet,
 
 
all to support SRJC students and scholarships, and all for $55 per person.  Our Honorary Co-Chairs are Rich Thomas and Joe Martin.
 
Thanks to SRJC’s Jim Cason and SRJC’s incredible culinary department—with good help from our friends at Scopa in Healdsburg and other SRJC culinary alums.
 
 
This is where Sonoma County will be on February 8th!
 
 
Easy to buy tickets online at www.srjcwineclassic.com    Free parking at the event!
 
You will always remember that you were there to support the very first one!
 

 csilva@stfranciswinery.com Silva"

 

 

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