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Sun. July 28th 2019 - Sun. July 28th 2019 Enrico Winery Mill Bay BC (All Ages)
1:30 - 4:00 doors at 1:00
Presented by: Enrico Winery

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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 2:15.

Laze away the afternoon sipping award-winning wines with your BBQ burger & salads 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. Please bring your specialty vehicle to display on the Vineyard lawns!

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, and Train. (Will the Welsh Anthem make an appearance, in Welsh??)

$17 includes a BBQ burger & salads, live entertainment, and the show ‘n shine.
TO RESERVE/PURCHASE TICKETS, CONTACT FRAN: 250-248-7923 or email [email protected]
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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