Franklin Woman’s Club Hosts Wine Tasting at Old York Cellars

 

Franklin Woman’s Club Hosts Wine Tasting at Old York Cellars

 SOMERSET, NJ – Have you always dreamed of sipping wine in the vineyards of Tuscany on a cool Fall evening?  There’s no need to pack your bags as you can attend a Wine Tasting, hosted by the Franklin Woman’s Club, Sunday October 8th   (4 – 7 pm) at Old York Cellars, nestled in Hunterdon County’s scenic Sourland Mountains (80 Old York Rd. Ringoes, NJ 08551).  Proceeds will be used to support operations of the Franklin Woman’s Club, a non - profit organization committed to improving the community through volunteerism. 

 The event will include a tasting of six wines along with a light buffet dinner and dessert.  Attendees will have a chance to win door prizes, and just in time for the upcoming holiday season, will receive a coupon for 10% off any wine bottles purchased at the event or a free wine tasting on a future visit!

Space is limited!  To purchase your ticket, mail a $30 check payable to Franklin Woman’s Club, PO Box 5793, Somerset, NJ 08875, for receipt by 9/26. To order online, visit: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/franklin-womans-club-2017-wine-tasting-tickets-37397150885 (processing fee applies). Ticket prices will be $35 after 9/26, while supplies last.  Guests must be 21 or older to attend.

For more information, call 732-220-8617 or email:  franklinwomansclub@gmail.com

 

The Franklin Woman’s Club is part of the General and New Jersey State Federations of Women's Clubs,

an international women's organization with over 80,000 members in affiliated clubs in every state, the District of Columbia, and more than a dozen countries. GFWC members work in their own communities to support the arts, preserve natural resources, advance education, promote healthy lifestyles, encourage civic involvement and work toward world peace and understanding.

 

In addition to community initiatives, the Franklin Woman’s Club also features frequent social and educational events for enrichment.

 

Meetings are held at Franklin High School, 500 Elizabeth Avenue, Somerset, on the 2nd Tuesday of the Month (7pm) between September and May with special meetings held at alternate locations.  Women interested in checking a meeting location, learning more about the club and/or becoming a member may visit www.franklinwomansclub.webs.com or can email inquiries to: franklinwomansclub@gmail.com. To follow the club’s activities on Facebook, visit:  http://www.facebook.com/franklinwomansclub.

 

 

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Franklin Woman’s Club Hosts Wine Tasting at Old York Cellars

SOMERSET, NJ – Have you always dreamed of sipping wine in the vineyards of Tuscany on a cool Fall evening? There’s no need to pack your bags as you can attend a Wine Tasting, hosted by the Franklin Woman’s Club, Sunday October 8th (4 – 7 pm) at Old York Cellars, nestled in Hunterdon ...

80 Old York Rd. Ringoes, NJ 08551

80 Old York Rd.
Ringoes, NJ 08551

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