Pre-Valentine’s Day wine tasting event to benefit Eastside Audubon Society

  • Tuesday, January 9, 2018 3:20pm
  • Life

Eastside Audubon will be hosting a pre-Valentine’s Day wine tasting event at Northwest Cellars on Feb. 3 from 1 to 5 p.m.

Proceeds from ticket sales and a portion of select wine sales will go directly to support the Audubon’s conservation, education, and outreach efforts throughout the Eastside. Light snacks will be provided.

For $25, customers can sample several of Northwest Cellars award-winning wines. In addition to tasting, wines can be purchased by the glass or the bottle.

Eastside Audubon will additionally offering its own personalized wine at the event. Volunteers will be at the event to answer questions and provide information about Eastside Audubon’s programs.

Tickets can be purchased by visiting: http://www.northwestcellars.com/events/event-sign-up/472-raise-a-glass-to-your-lovebird.html

For more information, contact Executive Director Tereza Marks (Telephone: 425-576-8805; Email: office@eastsideaudubon.org; Website: www.eastsideaudubon.org)

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