- Chehalis Valley Spring Wine Tour Day Van Trip
Click here for van tickets: (Payment link available soon) Pickup I-5/Martin Road Park + Ride. 0930 am Then off to the wineries !! CHEHALIS VALLEY WINE TOUR http://www.chehalisvalleywinetour.com/home.html Spring Tour-Sunday May 6th,2018 "A drive through the country" Our Story Born out of our love of fine wines and delicious food, the Chehalis Valley Wine Tour offers participants a relaxing and delightful occasion to sample a variety of wines. Visitors can spend a day or two on the tour, driving through the countryside to each of the area's wineries, stopping and sampling wines, nibbling on hors d'oeuvres and enjoying music and conversation, all for the purchase of a passport wine glass. Won't you join us for a lovely day of wine and friends? For more information on each participating winery, click on the links below: Mt. St. Helens Cellars www.mtsthelenscellars.com Bateaux Cellars www.bateauxcellars.com (http://www.bateauxcellars.com/) Wells' Winery www.wellswinery.com (http://www.wellswinery.com/) Heymann Whinery www.heymannwhinery.com (http://www.heymannwhinery.com/) Scatter Creek Winery www.scattercreekwinery.com (http://www.scattercreekwinery.com/) Mill Lane http://www.mill-lane.net/ Time permitting Bonus stop Sandstone Distillery https://www.sandstonedistillery.com/The Chehalis Valley wineries invite you to the Annual Spring Wine Tasting and Tour. First weekend in May. There are 6 boutique wineries, each with their own distinction and style. You’ll find a large variety of wine, from the basic merlot and chardonnay to special blends, cabernet franc, barbera, syrah, fruit and dessert wines. Sample a large variety of wines uniquely created by our local vintners. Start at the winery of your choice to purchase your Passport and commemorative wine glass, then you receive free wine tasting and hors d'oeuvres at each winery. Passport is $25.00 at the door. $20.00 in advance Click here to Purchase Wine tasting tickets: (Payment site available soon)Or look for 2 for 1 coupons on social media sites. RSVP'ing does not guarantee a seat on the van until payment has been made. This year we will have a 15 passenger shuttle van so we can manuever better in the country and we wont have any time restrictions. There will also be a designated driver. The chauffeured van ride cost $50.00 Click here for van tickets: (Payment site available soon) Thanks, Angelo
- 83rd BookWorms BookClub discussing "Garden of Evening Mists" By Tan Twan Eng
Hi Folks, we are hosting our 83rd Book Worms Book Club Meeting. We will be discussing, "The Garden of Evening Mists,” by Yun Ling Teoh. The narrator, Yun Ling Teoh, apprentices with a Japanese gardener, Nakamura Aritomo, who once worked for the Emperor of Japan. Aritomo is a master of shakkei, also known as the art of borrowed scenery, a technique of incorporating surrounding landscapes into a garden’s design, so that, say, a mountain peak becomes visible through a gap in a hedge only from a particular angle. Yun Ling previously helped prosecute war crimes and now wants to create a garden in honor of her sister, who died in a Japanese internment camp. Eng builds an intricate mystery concerning each character’s past, and an unlikely friendship between the pair, as they find that “memories are a form of shakkei too,” infiltrating their lives in enigmatic ways. Location: Address for the book club meeting is sent only to those who RSVP with a YES. The address is not sent until the night before. Time: 6:30 pm to 9:00, Tuesday, December 4th, 2018. What to bring: Please bring either an appetizer, dessert, fruit or veggie plate, and a beverage of your choice.* *Please drink responsibly* Books and conversation are a great way to expand your horizons. Come meet new people and read something you haven't read before. Delve into classics, humor, history, biographies and more. We even take scenic tours and watch movies. Questions? Please call me at[masked] ~Regina Books and conversation are a great way to expand your horizons. Come meet new people and read something you haven't read before. Delve into classics, humor, history, biographies and more. We even take scenic tours and watch movies.