23rd Annual Confluence Grape & Grain is April 19
The LCSC Center for Arts & History (CAH) and Business Student Organization (BSO) presents the 23rd annual Confluence Grape & Grain (Lewiston) on Friday, April 19, from 6 - 9 p.m. at the LCSC Center for Arts & History, located at 415 Main St. in downtown Lewiston. Grape & Grain is a signature event of the Dogwood Festival and benefits the LCSC Center for Arts & History and Business Student Organization.
Enjoy wine and beer, hors d' oeuvres from the Red Lion, live piano music by Eric Goodwin, souvenir stemless wine glass, a silent auction and good times! Brewery and Winery representatives will be on hand for the event. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased in advance. Ticket outlets include: Basalt Cellars, Inland Cellular, LCSC Business Division, LCSC Center for Arts & History, and Riverport Brewing Company.
Attendees must be at least 21 years of age.
Proceeds benefit the Center for Arts & History and the Business Student Organization Scholarship Fund of Lewis-Clark State College. The Center for Arts & History, a department of Community Programs at Lewis-Clark State College, educates and engages the community in an appreciation of culture, history, and arts. The Business Student Organization enables Business Division students to raise funds for scholarships while interacting with local and regional businesses.
Major Sponsors: Potlatch No. 1 Federal Credit Union, Inland Cellular, and King Services.
Table Sponsors: Advantage Advertising/Digital Barn Productions, Basalt Cellars, Blue Ribbon Linen, LCSC Business Division, Camas Prairie Winery, Centennial Beverage, Clearwater Canyon Cellars, Colter’s Creek Winery, Land Title of Nez Perce County Ed Litteneker Attorney at Law, Paradise Creek Brewery, Pepsi-Cola/7-Up, Red Lion Hotel - MJ Barleyhopper's, Riverport Brewing Co., and St. Joseph Regional Medical Center.
Catering Sponsors: Twin Cities Radiology, Dr. Mark Heisterman, Carlos & Nancy Bond, Confluence Press, and Blue Cross of Idaho.
For more information call 792.2243 or visit:
Confluence Grape and Grain