Sequatchie Valley Institute Hosts Wine In The Woods Saturday

Sunday, November 5, 2017
Sequatchie Valley Institute
Sequatchie Valley Institute

The Sequatchie Valley Institute will host Wine in the Woods at Moonshadow near Dunlap on Saturday at 4:30 p.m. CDT. 

Participants will taste wines, meads, elixirs, and other oddities from cellar, cave and apothecary, made with fruits and herbs growing in edible landscapes, gardens, vineyard, and forest.  

This is an annual FUNdraising event for Sequatchie Valley Institute. A tax-deductible minimum donation of $25 per person/$40 per family is requested. All proceeds will be used for its non-profit educational programs on healthy, outdoor, sustainable living. 

Additional activities will include a tour of SVI, including the hand-crafted solar powered structures and permaculture gardens, at 3 p.m.  There will also be exhibits and sales by local artists, artistic and musical entertainment and snacks, juices, and outdoor activities for kids. 

Participants may come early to hike the nature trails and Arboretum-- bring a lunch or snacks to eat at the picnic areas in the woods or by the fireplace in Moonshadow. 

Visitors are also invited to spend the night and are asked to bring a tent, flashlight and bedding.  Sunday brunch will be provided for an additional donation.  Please leave pets at home.

To register call 949-5922/4598 or email Patrick@svionline.org or education@svionline.org. 

SVI is 45 minutes from Chattanooga at 1233 Cartwright Loop in Whitwell. For more information visit www.svionline.org or www.facebook.com/SequatchieValleyInstitute

 



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