Hearts & Wine 2018
When: Friday, February 9. 2018 from 6-9pm
Where: The Foundry by Herban Feast, 4130 1st Avenue South, Seattle, WA 98134
Why: To support the work Rotary First Harvest does for our community by securing surplus fresh produce and moving to our food bank partners around the state.
General admittance tickets include entry, a scrumptious full buffet dinner by Herban Feast, desserts, live jazz, wine tasting tokens, treat sampling, access to the live auction and presentation, and more.
Due to the intimate setting of the venue, seats are limited.
If you are a business leader/owner or individual looking to support a great cause and to get in front of a crowd of civic-minded business and community leaders, sponsoring Hearts & Wine is the way to go! Contact us at email@example.com or click here for more information.
Wineries, Distilleries, and Product Sampling
If you are a wine/spirits proprietor or know someone who is, please contact us to get involved. We work hard to make the evening valuable to our partners and benefits for participating include front line access to an audience of established, wine-loving guests and an opportunity to pass our literature and sell your wares at our onsite store. Each year, we receive feedback from our guests that they are actively looking for new drinks and desserts to love and they let us know when they find a great one at our event! If you are a chocolatier, confectioner, or vendor of treats or sweets, we would be happy to talk with you about joining of Treats Section to sample your wares to our guests. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more or to sign up.
Music by Ca Gaze
We’re thrilled to announce that our friends from Ca Gaze will be joining us at Hearts & Wine this year.
“Ça gaze?” is a traditional greeting that means “How are things?” It’s like “Whazzup?” but with a baguette.
Tim Hunt (accordion), Noah Abbott (sax), Joe Michiels (guitar), Jeff Abbott (guitar, vocals) joined together in 2017 with a shared appreciation for danceable music influenced by “Hot Club” and Bal-musette traditional jazz.
(Not like Gypsy Kings “Bam-be-le-o” flamenco gypsy, more like pencil thin mustaches, “La Vie En Rose”, swingin on the dancefloor gypsy. More notes, less fingers. You get it.)
We are pleased to have great volunteer support from One Brick Seattle. We are looking for another two reliable, detail-oriented volunteers to work with us on check in and check out. If you would like to help, email us at email@example.com.
Hearts and Wine will again be held at the beautiful Foundry by Herban Feast, located just south of downtown Seattle.