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Weekly Events
Black River Farms

All month (and year!) long

At Black River Farms in Bethlehem, fun events are going on every week – and even better, they all include wine! From live music, yoga, bingo, wine glass decorating, and more, you’ll always find something fun to do here. Check out their full list of events here.

Weekly Events
Easton Public Market

All month (and year!) long

At the Easton Public Market, see live music, take cooking classes, enjoy yoga + brunch, and more. View their full list of events here.

January Food Pairings
Tolino Vineyards

January 19th-27th, 2019

12pm-6pm each day. Visit Tolino Vineyards throughout the month of January to nibble on snacks paired with our wine. Food pairing is free and available on Saturdays and Sundays only. See specifics below.
Jan 19 & 20- Tomato Pie paired with Papas Red or Sunnyside
Jan 26 & 27- Chocolate Cake paired with Cabernet Franc or Rad Red

The Giving Bar
Eight Oaks Distillery

January 20th

12pm-5pm

We are excited to ring in the new year with some new ways for all of us to make a difference in our community and beyond! We have partnered with three non-profit organizations that we are looking forward to supporting in 2019. We will be doing this in several ways this year, one way is The Giving Bar!

On January 20th we will have our first Giving Bar: three fun Create-Your-Own Bars set up in the distillery! A Bloody Mary Bar, A Moscow Mule Bar, and a Mojito Bar. Each create-your-own bar will benefit one of the three organizations. By simply sipping on a delicious cocktail you will be helping towards our ultimate yearly donation goals! Let’s Drink Well. Do Good. in 2019!

To learn more about the Cancer Support Community Greater Lehigh Valley, go to www.cancersupportglv.org, to
learn about the Farmer Veteran Coalition go to www.farmvetco.org, and learn more about Tails of Valor Paws of Honor Program, Inc. at www.tailsofvalor.org.

Sangria Sunday
Clover Hill Winery

January 20th

12-4 pm
Our New Year’s plan at Clover Hill is to chase those winter blues away with a Sangria Sunday on January 20 at both The Winery in Breinigsville and The Vineyard in Robesonia. We will be serving a bright and fruity sangria (while supplies last). Check back soon for details of the sangria of the day. Lift your spirits with Clover Hill Sangria for only $6 a glass (you keep the glass) and refills are only $5. We’ve already placed our order for a bright and sunny day. Hope to see you!

January Board of Directors Meeting
Bethlehem Food Co-Op

January 21st

6:30pm-8:30pm
Join us for the first BFC Board Meeting of 2019. Board meetings are open to the public, and co-op members are especially encouraged to attend to learn more about the progress being made in opening our community-owned grocery store. Meeting located at the Aldersgate Classroom – Moravian College Bahnson Center, 60 W. Locust St.

Pierogi Flights
Clover Hill Winery

January 25, 26 & 27, 2019

12-4 pm each day

Reservations required – $15 per flight
So many of our customers are still talking about our last pierogi flight, which was almost two years ago. So let’s do it again! We are very happy to welcome Mama’s Pierogies at Black Forest Deli in Bethlehem back for a return performance; so you know they will be as amazing as before! You can decide if you want a sweet flight or a dry flight, at $15 per flight, and we will have wines and pierogies prepared accordingly. You can get your tickets by calling our office at 610-395-2468 or at The Winery in Breinigsville. Just let us know which day you intend to visit and if you prefer a sweet flight or a dry flight and we’ll be happy to make your reservation for you!

Farm-to-Feast Dinner & Auction
The Seed Farm

January 27th, 2019

4 pm-8pm
Buy tickets at eventbrite.com
This is our annual feast of local, farm-fresh foods, prepared at one of Lehigh County’s oldest farms by top local chefs, makers of craft beverages, farmers, and artisans. Join us at Bell Gate Farm in Coopersburg, PA, for a unique, interactive dinner experience that is unlike any other farm-to-table dinner. After ending the evening with a lively auction, you’ll leave with a full belly, new friends, and the feeling of fulfillment that comes from knowing that you’ve helped to cultivate the next generation of farmers. Come celebrate and look ahead toward a bright agricultural future for the Lehigh Valley!

Film Series: Evolution of Organic
Rodale Institute

Feb 23rd, 2019

1-3 pm

Reserve your spot here
Join us for a community screening of the documentary film Evolution of Organic in Rodale Institute’s theater, located next to the Rodale Institute Garden Store. Evolution of Organic, released in 2017, chronicles the organic movement in North America. Along the way, it introduces audiences to some of the driven characters who believed passionately in a better food system and ultimately helped set the organic movement in motion. Ticketholders will enjoy complimentary refreshments and have the opportunity to take a self-guided walking tour of the Rodale Institute farm. There is no fee for attending this event. A donation of $5 or $10 to Rodale Institute is suggested. Donations in any amount support Rodale Institute’s work conducting research on the benefits of organic, training new regenerative organic farmers, and communicating the advantages of organic for people and the planet.

Vino in the Valley at Tolino
Tolino Vineyards

Every Saturday and Sunday in March

11am-5pm
Join Tolino for March! This event is a wine trail ticketed event, but if you don’t have tickets our tasting room is still open for customers.
Tolino Vineyards is proud to partner with the Little Corner Café in downtown Bangor to pair delicious soups with our wines. Warm and tasty Mediterranean Chicken soups and Potato Corn Chowder with toasty homemade crostinis paired with Lilly and our newest Rose, Next. Live music in the tank room by various artists each Saturday from 1-4 including George Baier and Mike Pilgermayer.”

 

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