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The Orange Lions Uncorked Wine Tasting Event POSTPONED

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Mar 112020
 

The Orange LIONS Club’s annual Spring Wine Tasting event, “Get Uncorked” scheduled for Friday, March 20, 2020 at St Barbara’s Church Hall, 480 Racebrook Road, from 6:30 – 9:30 p.m. has been POSTPONED.

The tasting will be facilitated by Ye Olde Liquor Shoppe of West Haven.

The event will feature a large selection of wines, boutique beers, and some specialty spirits. Also included will be a large cheese table, appetizers and delicious desserts.

As always, a lively raffle of baskets will take place during the evening.

They thank this year’s major sponsors in advance: Eli’s, Trader Joe’s, Subway, ShopRite, and Coldwell Banker.

All proceeds will benefit LIONS Club local and national charities.

Additionally, the club supports Fidelco Guide Dogs and Low Vision Centers. The Club awards Community Grants to worthy groups/individuals such as the Orange Historical Society, Senior Center, Case Memorial Library, Youth Services and the Volunteer Fire Department, serves an annual Thanksgiving dinner to local seniors, does vision screenings for young children in Orange, and provides scholarships to qualified Amity seniors.

Please gather your friends and join the LIONS on Friday, March 20, 2020, for a wonderful evening.

Tickets are available from any Orange Lion Club member, Ye Old Liquor Shoppe at 174 Main Street, West Haven, or by calling (203) 795-3906 or (203) 645-8209.

Tickets also are available at the following link: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4497351

Lions Wine Tasting Was A Surprisingly Musical Affair

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Jan 222013
 

Orange Lion Marianne Miller worked really hard as chairman of the annual Wine and Beer Tasting Fundraiser.

Several venders opened and poured their specially selected varieties of wine and beer, describing the special qualities each one had.

There didn’t seem to be a crowd favorite this year, such as the chocolate wine that took the event by storm two years ago, but everyone seemed to find something they liked.

Craig Calistro entertained again this year, but more people stepped up to the microphone and wowed the crowd with their vocal talents.

At the end, guests filled out sheets and ordered whichever varieties caught their attention which will be picked up at the Forest Package Store in West Haven at a discounted price.

“I’d like to thank everyone for coming out and supporting this fund-raiser,” Miller said.