Hold the Dates For:
Wine and Food Week, partly benefitting New Danville, will be held on October 21. Covering three blocks of Market Street and jammed packed with a cornucopia of culinary creations, wine displays with industry experts, craft beers, live music, and incredible wine experiences. More than 40 wine tasting tents, 40+ craft beer selections, and dozens of culinary offerings from area restaurants, chefs, and caterers will be featured on Market Street. Bring your thirst as tasting stations will offer choices from 250+ beverages.
Wrangler’s Halloween Party: While this event isn’t open to the public, we are proud that our Wranglers will be having their own “treat or treat” Halloween event. Nothing but fun and every moment is a treat. Halloween Bingo, costume contest, and pumpkin decorating competition are some fun treats for the event. Please consider supporting clicking the following link: https://newdanville.networkforgood.com/projects/127081-client-party-time Your gift will help cover the expenses of competition prizes and yummy goodies for the party.
“Into the Woods” Halloween Party: Join the Into the Woods Halloween Party on October 30, presented by The Woodlands Charities. Part of the proceeds will benefit New Danville. Please remember to identify New Danville as your chosen nonprofit.
Charbonneau Family Building ribbon cutting November 17, 10 a.m. to noon. The Charbonneau family donated the building, materials, and tools for the pallet production program. The goal with the new building is to expand our capabilities. Read more about this partnership in this article in the June 2021 edition of The Wrangler Gazette.
Spring Thing, April 22, 2022, To hat or not to hat, that is the question. Mark your calendars! The Spring Thing (formerly known as Tea on the Lawn) is back! Troy Ball will be our speaker. Originally scheduled for the events that were canceled, Troy will share her story of life and resilience while raising two children with special needs, and also starting a distillery in North Carolina. She has attracted audiences around the country and her story is detailed in her book Pure Heart: A Spirited Tale of Grace, Grit and Whiskey.
Reminder: Prior editions of the Wrangler Gazette Newsletter can be found here: newdanville.org/newsletter