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Wine & Chocolate Fundraiser
Saturday, February 09, 2013, 04:00pm - 06:00pm
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Harbor High & Bargetto winery Toast for a Cause. Help support Harbor Grad Night. Join us Saturday, February 9, 4-6 pm at Bargetto winery. Price includes light appetizers and 5 tickets which can be used for either 5 different tastings or one glass of wine. Chocolates will also be available for purchase. Can't attend or want to pre-buy bottles? From February 4-14, 2013 Harbor Grad Night will receive 30% of all proceeds from sales that use the code: PIRATES. Enter "will call" and you can pick up your wine the night of the event or at the winery during regular hours to avoid shipping cost. Grad night is a parent-run activity.
Location : Bargetto winery: 3535 North Main Street, Soquel, CA
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$15/per person pre-sales; $20/per person at the door

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