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February 14, 2014

Event promises good tastings

EBENSBURG — This wine-tasting event will support the community.

WineTime in the Mainline, which will be hosted by the Rotary Club of Ebensburg, will be held from 1 to 4 and 5 to 8 p.m. Feb. 22 at Young People’s Community Center, 300 Prave St., Ebensburg.

There will be two sessions of wine sampling and purchasing and vendor shopping, including a wide variety of offerings from vendors and appetizers of wine, cheese and grapes.

Participants must be at least 21 years old to attend.

Participating wineries are B&L Wine Cellars of Johns­town; Bee Kind Winery of Clearfield;  Greenhouse Winery of Rillton, Westmoreland County; Laurel Mountain Winery of Falls Creek, Jefferson and Clearfield counties; Seven Mountains Wine Cellars of Spring Mills, Centre County; and Walnut Hill Winery of Blairsville.

Top Dog Productions will host a photo booth at both sessions.

Local resident Fremont Mc­Kenrick will perform an eclectic mix of organ music during the first session.

Top Dog Productions will host a pasta bar from 8:30 to 11, featuring dancing with DJ Dustin Greene.

Other vendors will be Altoona Soft Water, Cambria Chair, Candys, Cookie Lee Jewelry, Country Sisters, The Enchanted Olive, Crystal Diva, Nutten But Nut’s and Simple Pieces Pottery.

Portions of this year’s proceeds will benefit Ebensburg Regional Inclusive Playground.

Raise a glass

What: WineTime in the Mainline.

When: 1 to 4 and 5 to 8 p.m. Feb. 22.

Where: Young People’s Community Center, 300 Prave St., Ebensburg.

Cost: $30 for entry, dinner and dance; $20 for wine glass, wine sampling and purchase, and vendor shopping for either session; and $10 for nondrinking attenders.


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