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Soirée for the FSPCA!
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Date/Time
Saturday, June 21st 2014
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Location
Thistle Gate Vineyard

Join the Fluvanna SPCA for the 1st Annual Wine Tasting and Art Show at Thistle Gate Vineyard! Come enjoy live music and admire original animal-featured artwork from McKenzie Taylor, Elizabeth Ellis, and Liz Jones that will be on display and for sale.

Other delights of the day include Thistle Gate’s scrumptious white and red sangrias, food from Columbia Joe’s BBQ, a raffle for an assortment of local business gift baskets, and of course, a few of the FSPCA’s furry friends will be on hand to meet n’ greet everyone.

Tickets include a regular wine tasting and wine glass, and can be purchased at Happy Tails pet supply store, the FSPCA, Thistle Gate Vineyards, or online. Food, sangrias, and raffle tickets sold separately. Proceeds from ALL sales benefit the homeless pets of the Fluvanna SPCA.

http://www.fspca.org/newsandevents/soireethistlegate.html

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