Tick, Tock: Jubilee is Days Away

Posted: May 9, 2019

Haven’t purchased your Solano Wine & Food Jubilee tickets yet? Here are some fun factoids to give you a little nudge.  

The weather is expected to be perfect, so break out that fun sun dress or classy pair of shorts and show off your best look.

The night kicks off at 6:30 p.m., on Saturday, May 18. If you are on time you will have more than two hours to wander about the venue, snacking, sipping and socializing at Solano County’s best-attended event.

The venue is the Harbison Event Center at the Nut Tree and the winding path around the Harbison House lends itself well to a “Wine Country Stroll.”

There will be 38 restaurants  serving everything from sweets to tacos, from barbecue to pizza, and everything in between.
There are at least 30 different beer labels on tap, and many are favorite brands or craft beers from local breweries.

Nearly 40 wineries will be pouring their award-winning chardonnays, pinot grigios, burgundies and merlots.

Silent auction items can be previewed online, at www.northbayC2C.org,

The Charlie Wade Blues Band will perform on the steps of the Harbison House.

After the tasting portion of the evening concludes around 8:45 p.m., all are invited to move over to the Nut Tree Plaza to learn who has won the Grand Prize $15,000 Dream Vacation, or $10,000 in cash prizes.

The Time Bandits then takes the stage until 11 p.m.

Finally, and perhaps most importantly, the event raises funds for NorthBay Hospice & Bereavement, assuring that those facing their end of life, as well as their families, will continue to have support and care regardless of ability to pay.

Tickets $100, plus a small Eventbrite fee, before May 18, or $125 on the day of the event.

Raffle tickets can be purchased right up until names are drawn at 9 p.m., and cost $35 each or three for $100. For information or to buy tickets, go to www.northbayC2C.org.


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