Spring Release! Wine & Lobster
Date: Saturday, May 4, 2019
Members & VIP Reception: 5:30-6:30 pm
General Admission: 6:30 - 9 pm
Music: Time TBD
Join Priest Ranch Winery in celebrating their spring releases. Members and VIP reception will begin at 5:30 with Winemaker Craig Becker exploring new releases and small bites to complement each one. Then at 6:30 it will be time to tie the bibs and prepare yourself for an overflowing table with fresh Maine lobsters, prawns, corn, garlic, artichokes, onions, red potatoes, fresh sourdough baguettes, and drawn butter. New releases will be served alongside dinner and into the evening with a live music performance by Miracle Mule following the meal.
The Mules will be back at the Jacuzzi Family Winery for their 3rd consecutive Wine Country Carnival. Featuring games, silent auction, delicious food and, of course, great wine, the Carnival is a benefit for UCP of the North Bay. The event supports UCP recreational programs, which allow children and adults with disabilities to experience new opportunities, build self-esteem, and further their independence. The Mules are happy to be a part of this event again and to support this worthwhile cause. Tickets are available here.
We have played at the Clif Family Winery's Harvest Festival for 7 consecutive years! That has always been one of our favorite events of the year -- a great bunch of people and, of course, great wines. This year they're starting a new tradition -- the first annual Harvest Moon Concert -- and we are very pleased to be a part of it. They're celebrating the release of their 2015 Howell Mountain Cabernet Sauvignon wines with a special menu from the Bruschetteria Food Truck, lots of tasty wines and of course plenty of great swampy tonk music from you-know-who. Get tickets today at ClifFamily.com.
Fairfax is one of the best towns in Marin for live music. The Mules return to 19 Broadway on Sunday Aug 26 at 8:30 for a night of big fun. How about making a whole evening of it? Our good friend Connie Ducey will be singing some classic jazz tunes from 5:30 to 8:00. It ain't swampy tonk, but it's still some mighty fine music.