CLEARWATER & WINE : April 29-30, 2016

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A Weekend with Local Idaho Wines at Riverdance Lodge. Bring your friends, or make new ones, and enjoy the wines of Colter’s Creek and Clearwater Canyon Cellars wineries.

Join us for:

Gourmet dinners served Friday and Saturday nights, lodging* for 2 nights at River Dance Lodge with bountiful breakfast and a guided hike on Saturday to Canyon Creek and the story of the Kooskia Internment Camp.

$339/person. 1-866-769-8747 to book your reservation or for more information.

*Lodging will be shared accommodations in cabins, or private accommodations in glamping tents. Accommodation choice is first come, first serve.

LATAH TRAIL FOUNDATION DINNER/ AUCTION : April 22, 2016

Please join us at the Best Western Plus University Inn on Friday (Earth Day), April 22, 2016 in Moscow, for a delicious dinner, melodious entertainment, fantastic beverages and AMAZING Auction items both silent and live. This is our Bi-Annual Fundraising Extravaganza!

 

This year the theme is “Tracks, Ties and Trails”…so dig out that mod tie and get crazy with loud garish extraordinary ties to accentuate your attire. Have fun with haberdashery.

 

Tickets

$50 per person, with a table of 8 for $360 (that’s a 10% savings). Tickets Available at BookPeople on Main St in Moscow and at B&L Bicycles on Main St in Pullman. Purchase your tickets here online and specify “will call” or “snail mail” and choose from NY Strip Steak (medium only), Cedar Planked Salmon or Vegetarian Mushroom Napolean. Also please alert us to any food allergies and lacto or gluten intolerance.

CRIMSON & CHARDONNAY: April 9, 2016

Celebrate the 2016 WSU Mom’s Weekend with wine and cider tasting at the Lewis Alumni Centre! Treat mom to a one-of-a-kind evening with premium wines and ciders and delicious appetizers. This reception takes place in one of the most unique buildings on the WSU campus and has become one of the weekend’s most sought after events.

Tickets

21 and Older Price: $40, Under 21 Price: $20

Your registration includes five tasting tickets (if 21 or older), a commemorative wine glass (if 21 or older), light appetizers, non-alcoholic beverages, and a raffle. Learn more, or get your tickets online.

WINE FEST : March 10-12, 2016

Swirl & Savor

Thursday, March 10, 2016
Swirl & Savor is an evening to learn and enjoy culinary pairings of wine and gourmet appetizers. Featured speaker Rich Marshall from Maryhill Winery will lead you on an entertaining and interactive presentation of wine paired with light appetizing bites.

45th Annual Wine & Hops Tasting

Friday, March 11th
Grab your friends and head out for a lively evening of your choice of five tastes of wine, microbrew or hard cider complimented by light hors d’oeuvres. Support our efforts toward raising funds to enhance the Mental Health Services provided at St. Joseph Regional Medical Center by bidding in the silent auction and purchasing corks from the popular “Wine Bottle Pull”. Dancing to Centerline kicks off at 9 p.m.

In the Vineyard Gala

Saturday, March 12th
Consider Saturday’s Wine Tour, Auction & Dancing event as the LC Valley’s exclusive unique wine experience. Over 12 regional and local wineries under one roof will be pouring and sharing their passion for winemaking. Induldge in gourmet cuisine presented by Red Lion Catering. Support our efforts to raise funds toward enhancing the Mental Health Serivces provided at St. Joseph Regional Medical Center by participating in the live and silent auction along with our Opportunity Raffle. Close out the evening with the 4th annual balloon drop, back by great demand, and dancing to The Hitmen.

Tickets

Event is at the Red Lion Hotel in Lewiston, Idaho. Proceeds raised through “Wine Fest 2016” will go to furthering the expansion and enhancement of the Mental Health Services provided by St. Joseph Regional Medical Center.

For more information on times and ticket prices contact the Foundation office at 208.799.5416 or purchase tickets online.

 

CLIMATE CHANGE COULD HELP IDAHO WINE GROWERS

Coco and Karl Umiker have been growing grapes in Idaho’s Clearwater Valley for 12 years, and last year their efforts paid off.

Read more here: Idaho Statesman