Grab your friends for our second exclusive Wine Down at The Block at Waypointe event with Bobby Q’s Cue & Co. joining the line-up!
The Block at Waypointe invites you to “Wine Down at the Block” on Thursday, August 31 from 6:00 p.m. – 10:00p.m. Enjoy live music, light bites, signature cocktails and special in-store promotions from the local merchants for an exclusive immersion of all that The Block at Waypointe has to offer.
With the purchase of a $25 ticket, you will receive the following food and beverages from The Block at Waypointe’s featured restaurants:
Sedona Taphouse | Choice of one appetizer + one craft draft, house wine, hand crafted cocktail or martini
Colony Grill | Choice of a cold brew + hot oil slices
Barcelona Wine Bar | One glass of sangria + one tapa from a special chef’s selection
Bobby Q’s Cue & Co. | One cold beer + wood kissed wings
Wine Down at The Block ticket holders will also enjoy exclusive in-store promotions / discount specials at the following merchants:
Endurance House | Free foot analysis for sneaker fitting + special giveaways
Pinot’s Palette | A special $15 self-guided paint session + one glass of prosecco
Salons by JC | Wine & cheese mixer + first ten (10) guests receive an exclusive gift
Please bring your printed ticket to the registration table located in The Waypointe’s Central Piazza | 515 West Ave. Norwalk, CT
For more information on the shops and restaurants at The Block at Waypointe and to stay updated on news, events and happenings, please visit www.theblockatwaypointe.com
2017 marks the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage in New York State! NYS awarded this right to women three years before the 19th Amendment expanded it nationwide.
In honor of this significant anniversary, the New Castle Historical Society is hosting “A Party in Greeley’s Garden: Celebrating 100 Years of Women’s Suffrage in NYS,” on Friday, September 15, 2017. The evening will include suffrage-related music from the early 20th century, wine, hors d’oeuvres, and a silent auction. Guests are encouraged to dress like their favorite suffragist, or to dress as the suffragists did, entirely in white.
All proceeds from the event support the NCHS; and a portion of these funds will be used toward the creation of a special exhibition exploring the Women’s Suffrage Movement and the life of Carrie Chapman Catt, a leading suffragist and a former Town of New Castle resident.