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Science of Wine

February 25 @ 7:30 pm

$100

Looking for the perfect date night or evening with the girls?
Join the GEO staff as they host the wine tasting event of the year.

The Johnson GEO CENTRE Presents

The 4th Annual
Science of Wine
A Wine Tasting Event & Fundraiser

A fun night out with food and wine…and hosted by your favourite science centre!

Tickets $100+HST
($50 charitable donation receipt will be issued)

What is included?
A Variety of Wines to Sample
Wine & Cheese Lounge hosted by Five Brothers Artisan Cheese
Wine & Chocolate Pairing by Newfoundland Chocolate Company
Wine Ice Cream hand-crafted in-house & More!
Finger Foods by Red Oak Catering

Games of chance, prize draws & silent auction in support of GEO CENTRE programming.

Cash Bar Available

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Tickets are limited and will be available online, in person or by phone.

GEO Member? MUN student, faculty, or staff?  
Enter “member” or “mun” for the coupon code in the cart & save 10%!

No refunds will be issued.  In the case of cancellation due to inclement weather, the backup date will be March 18th, 2017.

Thank you to our sponsors!

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And our awesome Wine Vendors…more to come!

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Details

Date:
February 25
Time:
7:30 pm
Cost:
$100
Event Category:

Venue

Johnson GEO CENTRE
175 Signal Hill Road
St. John's, NL A1A 1B2 Canada
Phone:
709-737-7880

Organizer

Johnson GEO CENTRE

NOTE: Public 3rd-Party Events have booked their space and are planned by the organizers without input from the Johnson GEO CENTRE. Content or views expressed in these events may or may not match the views of the Johnson GEO CENTRE.

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