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CSRA Wine & Culinary Festival

Augusta Marriott Conference Center / 2 10th St / Augusta, GA 30901
Each ticket holder will receives a souvenir wine glass.
Only 1000 tickets will be sold.

Over 150 wines for sampling and will also include various imported beers with featured tapas prepared by local chefs for sampling. Will feature Chefs Kathleen Fervan and Eddie Wright with their culinary class from the Augusta Technical College Culinary Arts program.
Your ticket price includes sampling of all foods, over 200 great wines, imported beers, live jazz opportunity to win some great door prizes and spend an afternoon sampling some great wines and to make new friends.
The doors are open to the public at 1:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. Advance ONLINE ticket holders only may enter at 12:30 p.m. but must have ID and printed ticket. Online Advance ticket holders should enter at the Advance Ticket Sales Entry Point no later than 12:00 p.m. to allow check in. Advance Online Ticket holders should pick up their wine glasses at the Advance Ticket Sales location in case they don't arrive by 12:00 p.m.

PLEASE NOTE: Attendees must show proof of photo ID and be over 21 to attend. For military discount attendee must show active military ID. No exceptions please as this may cause other delays for those entering the event.

HASH BASH - 1st Annual Barnwell County Hash Cook-off and Fundraiser

Gail Reyes Senior Center - Hwy 278 - Barnwell, SC 29812
BBQ Hash Cook-off (and Red Velvet Cake Bake-off) to Benefit the Senior Citizens and Veteran's of Barnwell County.

Chad Grumbling or Lisa Firmender 803-541-1249

Empty Bowl 2013

Mar 10, 2013 11:00 am - 3:00 pm

Augusta Jewish Community Center - 898 Weinberger Way • Evans, Georgia • 308
The 12th Annual Empty Bowl is a joint fundraiser for both the Golden Harvest Food Bank and the Augusta Jewish Community Center!

The original EMPTY BOWL event served lunch guests a simple meal of soup and bread in a beautifully hand-crafted ceramic bowl made by local students and artists. The guests would then keep the bowl as a reminder of hunger in the world... humble beginnings have grown to a community event helping many each year. This year we celebrate 12 years.