LEWISTON, Idaho - The 28th annual Confluence Grape & Grain wine and beer tasting event will be April 20 at 6-9 p.m. at the Lewis-Clark State College Center for Arts & History, located at 415 Main St. in Lewiston.
Confluence Grape and Grain is the signature event of the Dogwood Festival of the Lewis-Clark Valley and is put on by the Center for Arts & History and the LCSC Business Student Organization.
The evening will feature a silent auction, live music by Eric Goodwin and Andru Gomez, and catering by Jolleymore’s: A Dining Experience. Attendees will have the opportunity to sample six select wines and microbrews in a souvenir glass.
Among the wineries participating in the event are Basalt Cellars, Camas Prairie Winery, Clearwater Canyon Cellars, Colter’s Creek, Lindsay Creek Vineyards, Merry Cellars, Parejas Cellars, Potter Wines, and Vine 46. Breweries include Paradise Creek Brewery, Riverport Brewing Company, and Trestle Brewing Company. Other Pacific Northwest wines and microbrews will be available as well along with soft drinks and water.
Tickets are $35 each prior to the day of the event or $45 on April 20. Tickets can be purchased online by clicking on the Buy Now button in the middle right of the webpage, or in person at the following LCSC Locations by 5 p.m. on April 19: Business Division in Thomas Jefferson Hall, Center for Arts & History, Human Resources in the Administration Building, or Workforce Training at 1920 3rd Ave. North. Attendees are encouraged to purchase their tickets in advance as the event regularly sells out.
Confluence Grape & Grain is open to the public, however, attendees must be at least 21 years of age.
Major sponsors for the event include P1FCU, King Services and Banner Bank. Proceeds from the event benefit the Center for Arts & History and the Business Student Organization Scholarship Fund.
For more information on the event, contact the Center at 208-792-2447