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Sunday, October 20, 2013
2-6 PM
Town Center Drive, Valencia, CA

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Vintner Sponsor – Pinot’s Palette
We are pleased to announce that Pinot’s Palette has offered to be a Vintner Sponsor this year!

Pinot’s Palette, a national Paint and Sip franchise known for providing guests with an entertaining evening of art and wine, will open a studio in Valencia. Stephanie Sewell, a Santa Clarita resident and Kathy Guccione a Los Angeles area native, will open the new location at Granary Square this fall. The Pinot’s Palette mission is to bring fine art to the masses in a fun way.  Guests sign up online to attend a two-hour or three-hour painting class where they are instructed by a local, trained artist on how to recreate the featured painting of the night.  Pinot’s Palette provides art supplies, while guests enjoy their favorite wine or beer. Pinot’s Palette Valencia will have access to extensive painting libraries of artwork tested for all skill levels, as well as the ability to create unique paintings to respond to guests’ taste in artwork and local trends.

 

“We can’t wait for Valencia to ‘Paint.Drink.Have Fun.’ – our motto!”

 

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Band Sponsor – fahr.west
 

In late 2009, singer/songwriter and guitarist, Tom Lamog met up with local guitarist/vocalist and songwriter, David Fry at a Newhall musicians’ event. After a few jam sessions, they discovered common ground with each other’s styles of music. Together they would go on to form The fahr.west Sessions, performing original and popular country rock, and rock and roll tunes, while adding a unique musical imprint from their own lifetime of personal experiences.

 

Today, the band’s core lineup includes Tom on vocals/guitars and mandolin, David on guitars/vocals, violin/mandolin player Arden Acord, drummer/vocalist Mark Davis, bass guitarist Phil Sykes, and Trout Davis on slide guitar/harmonicas and vocals.

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Venue Sponsor – Valencia Wine Co.

 

Today, Valencia Wine Company is an anchor in the community. We are dedicated to making great wine accessible to everyone, no matter what your taste or budget. From First Growth Bordeaux to casual sippers, we have an ever-changing selection and a knowledgeable staff to help you discover something new each time you visit. Our full-service wine retail shop offers hundreds of selections, while our Wine Club gives clients the chance to taste new and different wines each month. The wine bar provides sophisticated choices by the bottle, glass, or tasting flight, as well as an assortment of exceptional appetizers. Our outdoor patio offers the perfect spot for languid afternoons and long evenings. Weekly tasting classes taught by skilled instructors presents the opportunity to learn about a great variety of wines from all over the world. On weekends, music brings warmth and energy to Valencia Wine Company.

Located on beautiful Town Center Drive, the heart of Valencia’s urban entertainment complex, the Valencia Wine Company offers a warm and welcoming spot for all wine lovers with a dynamic atmosphere and knowledgeable staff second-to-none.

 

Please come join us!

Persia

Food Sponsor – Persia

Persia and the countries bordered by the Mediterranean Sea produce some of the finest food the world has to offer. In many ways these countries are completely different from each other, but one thread links them all – the love of good food.

 

Persia Restaurant offers you an experience of great taste and style. The Persian and Mediterranean cuisine with a contemporary touch is a true pleasure for the eye and palate. Discover delectable subtleties from the food of the sun. We hope to bring you a true taste of Persian and Mediterranean food.

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About The Wine Affair
The annual Soroptimist International of Greater Santa Clarita Valley Wine Affair returns to Town Center Drive.
Shops, wine vendors and restaurants will join together and host a delicious selection of wines and appetizers with live entertainment as guests stroll from venue to venue.

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