15th Annual Wine and Beer Tasting
The Livingston Depot Foundation will hold its fifteenth annual Wine and Beer Tasting Friday, November 10, 2017 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Livingston Depot Center.
The popular event features beers by regional craft brewers alongside specialty wines from around the world, and appetizers by a variety of local restaurants and caterers. Live music will be provided by the Swingley Jazz Project, and a wide variety of silent auction items by artists and businesses will be offered as well as a raffle prize during the evening. Auction items frequently include things like overnight getaways, fine art, quality dining, vintage jewelry, and more.
The raffle prize wraps up the evening with a “Gourmet Extravaganza,” an international collection of fine food, wines, cheeses, and other indulgent delights.
The smooth tunes of the Swingley Jazz Project remain popular, with a repertoire including a range of jazz styles from classical to Latin.
The Livingston Depot Foundation depends on community support to sustain its historic preservation and educational mission at the heart of Livingston and Park County, as both a museum and community center in a beautiful historic former Northern Pacific rail station. Now in service to the community for over three decades, the Depot has been popular with guests and visitors for years and is a credit to the members and friends who continue their support, anchoring the downtown and introducing guests to area history and character each year.
The Foundation’s trustees express their particular appreciation to the businesses and individuals who support this event through sponsorship, silent auction donations, and other assistance.
Tickets for the event are limited, and advance purchase is highly recommended. Tickets are $35 for members and $40 for non-members. Admission opens the door to wine and beer tastings, appetizers, entertainment, prizes, and a lively evening. Advance reservations and purchase may also be made by calling the Livingston Depot at 222-2300.
Cost: $35/members, $40/nonmembers