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AN EVENING UNDER THE STARS


Thursday, August 6, 2009 6pm to 10pm Arbor Crest Wine Cellars

Spokane Public Radio will celebrate the season with a Northwest mid-summer picnic.

The event will combine the beauty of the Arbor Crest Wine Cellars grounds with music by two of the best bands in our area: early-evening bluegrass from Prairie Flyer and danceable hot jazz by Hot Club of Spokane. Chef Romeo Herrera from Catered For You will create and prepare a special picnic for our guests.

As the sun goes down you can enjoy the gorgeous view and grounds, sip award-winning Arbor Crest wines, dance, converse with friends, bid on lovely public radio silent auction items, and star gaze with Spokane Sidewalk Astronomers...all under a luminous full moon. All proceeds benefit Spokane Public Radio.

Gourmet Picnic Menu by Catered For You

Grilled breast of chicken with a peach buerre blanc
& Huckleberry glazed salmon
Harvest potatoes
Salad of fresh greens, garden veggies, cider vinaigrette
Washington apple cake
Iced tea
Craven’s Coffee
Arbor Crest Wine (for purchase by the glass or bottle)

Call 328-5729 or (800) 328-5729
$35 SPR Members/$40 general*
TICKETS ARE ON SALE NOW AT SPOKANE PUBLIC RADIO
Must be 21+ to attend.
*Non-refundable donation. Proceeds benefit Spokane Public Radio.

AN EVENING UNDER THE STARS A Northwest Picnic




Dinner music will be provided bysmokin' bluegrass band Prairie Flyer.









Have a swingin' good time on the dancefloor after dinner with Hot Club of Spokane.

Comments

This sounds like a fun event - sorry to have missed it! Was it posted on Launchpad? LP is a great place to list all local events - have you checked it out recently http://www.launchpadinw.com See you there!

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