JUNE 28TH 6 P.M.
Wine Down 2014 – Chad Brownlee is performing at Harper’s Trail Winery on Saturday June 28th 2014 in support of the Heart and Stroke Foundation.
Canadian country music artist and former Vancouver Canucks Defenceman Chad Brownlee will perform at Harper’s Trail winery, Terra Restaurant has created a special menu with culinary treats for guests to enjoy along with wine and music all in support of charity and a very worthwhile cause.
TasteFull Excursions is pleased to offer up to 10 people safe transportation to and from this great local event with a Kelowna born Canadian country superstar that showcases local food and wine in a beautiful outdoor setting. For less than cab fare, you can leave your car at home and the driving to us – fully licenced with the Province of B.C. Passenger Transportation Authority and authorized trapnsportation service for Wine Down 2014. TasteFull Excursions will pick up and drop off guests at their homes and service can include a pre-event stop at Privato Estate Winery. $50 per person for transportation plus event ticket cost $125.00 per person.
Call Maatje at 250-314-4555 or 250-819-2435 for further information.
Further information can also be obtained from the Kamloops Heart and Stroke Foundation – 250-372-3938
ABOUT HEART AND STROKE
|The Heart and Stroke Foundation is one of Canada’s largest and most effective health charities. Over the last 60 years we have invested more than $1.39 billion in heart and stroke research, making us the largest contributor in Canada after the federal government. In that time, the death rate from heart disease and stroke has declined by more than 75 per cent.The Foundation’s health promotion and advocacy programs across the country are saving lives every day. Working together, our employees, volunteers, donors and world-class researchers have made the Heart and Stroke Foundation what we are today: Canada’s most widely recognized and trusted authority on cardiovascular health. Our mission is to create healthy lives free of heart disease and stroke. Together, we will make it happen.|
Learn more here: http://www.heartandstroke.bc.ca/