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2018 Creekside Celebration

2018 Creekside Celebration

Join us for the

2018 Creekside Conservancy Celebration

Sunday, September 30th  –  4:30 – 7:30 p.m.
at
The Williamsburg Winery on College Creek

There will be no better way to enjoy an early fall evening than to join us September 30th for our 5th Annual Creekside Conservancy Celebration at the Williamsburg Winery on College Creek.

Enjoy fabulous food, specially prepared for this signature event, along with a selection of the Williamsburg Winery’s wonderful varietels – all made from grapes grown on HVLC-conserved land! Top it off with live music from the fabulous duo of Dick Smith and Cabot Wade (of the Smith-Wade Band), perfect for enjoying in the company of good friends, old and new. The atmosphere and attire will be casual, for a fun and relaxing evening.

The Williamsburg Winery sits on an expanse of gently rolling hills along College Creek. With its first wine released to critical acclaim in 1988, the Winery began a tradition of fine winemaking that lives on today. Inspired by Europe’s finest estates – and presided over by two generations of the Duffeler family – the Winery celebrates the best of food and wine in the spirit of gracious hospitality, sharing their enjoyment of wines, their stewardship of the land, and their love of family and friends.

Funds raised from the Celebration will help the Historic Virginia Land Conservancy protect and preserve significant natural, scenic, agricultural and historic land in the lower James, York and Rappahannock River watersheds.

Special thanks to BB&T Private wealth and BB&T Scott and Stringfellow for sponsoring the Celebration! These companies are committed to improving our community and we appreciate their willingness to share their resources in support of land conservation efforts that help maintain your quality of life.

 


Tickets to this musical and amazing food-filled evening are $100/person. Click the button below to purchase your tickets today.




                

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