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Garden party supports Mamas for Mamas

The tasting event will take place May 11

Better Earth Wine, Cider & Spirits Tasting garden party will raise funds for Mamas for Mamas.

Back for its second year, in the beautiful Better Earth Gardens & Tropicals greenhouse, created by Better Earth Gardens and Tropicals, Mamas for Mamas and the BC Wine Cider & Spirits Festival. The garden party requests that all who attend coming in garden party attire.

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“When fun, like minded women come together it really is amazing what can come of it” said Katherine Bramall, founder and general manager, BC Wine Cider & Spirits Festival.

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Early Bird Tickets are on sale for this whole sensory tasting experience. Tickets include food, entertainment, samples, a souvenirs glass and a safe ride home.

The event will take place May 11 from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Tickets are available at www.bcwinefestival.com

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