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Stroll Into Spring With Wine, Music
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Escalon’s Chamber of Commerce is hosting its annual downtown Wine Stroll, coming up on Friday, April 24.

The ‘Mardi Gras’ themed celebration will include wine tasting, hors d’oeuvres, music, networking, prizes and more.

Pre-sale tickets are available now for $25 and they will also be available at the event for $40.

Music will be provided by Rich C. Olds and the stroll will run from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., hosted along the city’s Main Street between First and Third streets.

“We have seven wineries so far, including Delicato, Inheritance, McManis, Oak Ridge, Wiebel,” noted Chamber Special Events Coordinator Annie Gallagher. “Four businesses are signed up to participate with food, Cromwell & Ney, Hecht of a Deal, California Escrow and the Tupperware Lady.”

The businesses along Main Street will host tables of hors d’oeuvres, paired with different wines from the area wineries.

The popular ‘treasure chest’ will return with 99 keys available. At a cost of $5 per key, attendees can purchase a key and see if it unlocks the treasure chest, then choose a prize if it does.

“We have denominations of cash inside, a total of $250, plus items from Black Oak Casino, Gallo Center tickets,” Gallagher said.

More information and tickets for the wine stroll are available by contacting Annie, Maggie or Pat at 209-838-3561.

No one under 21 admitted.