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"Race and Taste" 11th Annual Wine Tasting and Silent Auction

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"Race and Taste" 11th Annual Wine Tasting and Silent Auction

Time: May 2, 2015 from 5pm to 9pm
Location: New Haven Country Club
Street: 160 Hartford Turnpike
City/Town: Hamden
Website or Map: http://www.newhavencc.com/
Event Type: wine, tasting, and, silent, auction, fundraiser
Organized By: Jr. League of Greater New Haven
Latest Activity: May 1, 2015

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The Junior League of Greater New Haven is pleased to present "Race and Taste,"our 11th Annual Wine Tasting and Silent Auction fundraiser. Proceeds will benefit our many community projects in the Greater New Haven area.
  
 Experience the Kentucky Derby right here in Connecticut!

The evening will feature wine and bourbon tastings provided by The Wine Thief of New Haven, CT. Gourmet, Southern style food expertly cooked by La Cuisine Catering will be sure to impress any tastebuds. Incredible silent auction packages available for bidding, stay tuned for exciting details about this!

A live screening of the "greatest two minutes in sports" plus exciting Derby activities will be sure to please any racing enthusiast!

Tickets are available for $50 online by going to Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-junior-league-of-greater-new-haven-eleventh-annual-race-and-taste-tickets-15681959162 or  www.Jlgnh.org, emailing winetasting@jlgnh.org, or at the door for an extra fee.

Looking to market your business in a creative way to a wide audience? Corporate sponsorships are available, which include complimentary tickets and plenty of advertising opportunities! Email winetasting@jlgnh.org for more details!

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