If you are in the Mobile, Alabama area and you’re a fan of great wine and terrific food, be sure to mark your calendar for the evening of October 18, 2012. That’s the date for the 6th Annual Wine Festival at 5 Rivers, an enjoyable fundraising event to benefit The Service Center of Catholic Social Services.
About Wine Festival at Five Rivers
Wine Festival at 5 Rivers is scheduled for Thursday, October 18 from 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. The event will take place at 5 Rivers Delta Resource Center in Spanish Fort, Alabama. There will be delicious food and wine throughout the evening all donated by area restaurants, caterers and wine distributors.
Attendees will have an opportunity to vote to recognize their favorite food dish by voting for the “Taste of the Bay” and to cast a vote for the “Best of the Fest” award, which is designed to provide recognition to the most outstanding restaurant or caterer participant overall.
There will also be live music throughout the night, provided by popular local musician Phil Proctor. Festival attendees will also be able to take sunset cruises on the Mobile Bay throughout the evening.
This is an event that you won’t want to miss. Tickets are $50, plus $2 shipping and handling and are inclusive of, food, wine, live music and the sunset cruise. You may purchase tickets online at WineAt5Rivers.com or in-person at Red or White in Mobile and Fairhope and at the Gourmet Galley in Mobile.
Learn More About Wine Festival at 5 Rivers
For more information:
- Visit WineAt5Rivers.com
- “Like” the Wine Festival at 5 Rivers Facebook page
- Follow the event on Twitter
- Call 251-434-1550
- Email info (at) winefestivalat5rivers.com
Support a Worthwhile Cause
Wine Festival at 5 Rivers is the primary fundraiser for The Service Center of Catholic Social Services, a 501(c) 3 organization dedicated to providing limited crisis and emergency assistance to individuals in Mobile County, Alabama. All event proceeds go to support the organization’s efforts within the Mobile, AL community. In 2011, the Festival raised nearly $30,000, which was utilized to provide emergency assistance to more than 15,000 people, representing nearly 4,000 local households. The fundraising goal for the 2012 event is $50,000.
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