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Sun. July 28th - Sun. July 28th Enrico Winery Mill Bay BC (All Ages)
1:30 - 4:00 doors at 1:00
Presented by:,
Sunday, July 28 – Gather a carload and join us for our fourth annual WINE WOMEN & WHEELS event at Enrico Winery & Vineyards, 3280 Telegraph Road, Mill Bay, 1:00-4:00. Entertainment at 1:30 and 3:00.

Laze away the afternoon sipping award-winning wines with your BBQ burger while enjoying PACIFIC EDGE CHORUS’ a cappella harmonies. Then feast your eyes on our Island's best restored/maintained old English automobiles and other vintage cars. You're welcome to come and display your specialty car at the Winery!

PACIFIC EDGE CHORUS looks forward to entertaining everyone with our award-winning a cappella four-part harmonies. Our repertoire includes songs by Adele, Bruno Mars, Coldplay, Neil Diamond, Irving Berlin, Lennon & McCartney, Simon & Garfunkel, name a few.

$17 includes a BBQ burger and Caesar salad, live entertainment, and the show ‘n shine.
CONTACT KATHY FOR YOUR TICKETS: 250-816-1698 or email
See beautiful poster attached.

Directions: Enrico Winery is about 5 minutes from the Mill Bay Co-op Gas Centre - drive north for 1.4 km and turn right on Kilmalu Road (Petro-Can gas station’s on the left), then left on Telegraph Road for 1.4 km.
From Duncan southbound, turn left onto Hutchinson Road then right on Telegraph Road for 1 km.

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