Tickets to Go on Sale March 15 for Clarion Wine Walk 2017

wineCLARION, Pa. (EYT) – The Clarion Area Chamber of Business & Industry announced the 7th Annual “Clarion Wine Walk,” will be held on Friday, May 19.

Sponsored by Northwest Bank, this popular event will once again take place in downtown Clarion with 12 different wineries and businesses participating.

Tickets will go on sale on Wednesday, March 15, at the Clarion Area Chamber office as well as at Northwest Bank, Clarion Branch.

The event will feature an Early Bird registration at 4:00 p.m. with general registration beginning at 5:00 p.m.

The prices for Early Bird tickets are $30.00 pre-sale and $35.00 on the day of the event.

General registration tickets are $25.00 pre-sale and $30.00 on the day of event, if still available.

All participants must be 21 to attend.

The winery and business pairings for 2017 are as follows:

– Courtyard Wineries at White Pillars
– Deer Creek Winery at Antiques on Main
– Flickerwood Wine Cellars at Clarion Free Library
– Laurel Mountain Vineyards at F.L. Crooks Clothing and Co.
– Allegheny Wine Cellars at The Fulmer House and Collectibles
– Elk Mountain Winery at Dan Smith’s Candies and Gifts
– Bee Kind Winery at Dacora Jewelers
– Twisted Vine Winery at DE Sports, Inc.
– The Winery at Wilcox at Gates & Burns Realty
– Wapiti Ridge Wine Cellars at Main Street Center
– Starr Hill Vineyards and Kingview Mead at the American Legion
– Shadow Vineyard at H&R Block
– Foxburg Wine Cellars at the Faller’s Furniture

Means Cork & Cap will also be sampling their own wines as well as winemaking supplies at their store.

Money raised from the wine walk will benefit the free fireworks display for the Clarion Hospital “I Love Clarion” celebration July 3 at the Clarion University Memorial Stadium.

For more information on the wine walk, contact the Clarion Area Chamber of Business & Industry at 814-226-9161 or email [email protected].

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