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Chamber Of Commerce Plans May 11 Wine Stroll

Chamber Of Commerce Plans May 11 Wine Stroll

Chamber Of Commerce Plans May 11 Wine Stroll


POSTED May 3, 2017 10:07 a.m.
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Tickets are available now at a number of downtown businesses for the ‘First Breath of Spring Stroll’ scheduled for Thursday, May 11. The annual wine stroll, sponsored by the Escalon Chamber of Commerce, will be hosted from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. along Main Street downtown and include wine, food, music, craft booths and plenty of socializing and networking.

Pre-sale tickets are available for $25 – must be 21 or over – and tickets at the event will be $30.

Among the wineries signed up to participate so far include Delicato, Renegade and Classic Wines of California. Vendors will range from the Big Dipper to Lorina’s Edible Garden, Nut Up Industries to Stuyt Dairy Farmstead Cheese Company and more, including Tupperware and JC Leather.

Music will be provided by Rich Olds and there will also be a photo booth.

Foods will be paired with different wines outside Main Street businesses, with attendees able to stroll along the street and enjoy the evening. Oak Valley Community Bank, Escalon Feed and Supply, Agronomic Systems and South San Joaquin Irrigation District are among the sponsors.

 

Tickets can also be purchased at the Chamber website, escalonchamberofcommerce.org; or for more information, contact Annie at Cromwell and Ney, 209-838-3561; or Pat at the Escalon Chamber, 209-838-2793.

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