First Art of Wine event coming to Cultural Centre

The event will see some of B.C.'s top wineries represented, with some smaller operations that create stellar vintages.

Chilliwack’s first ever Art of Wine Festival to benefit the Chilliwack Cultural Centre Society is set for May 10.

Get ready for a great evening devoted to the mighty grape.

Chilliwack’s first ever Art of Wine Festival to benefit the Chilliwack Cultural Centre Society is set for May 10.

“This splendid evening will be a celebration of British Columbia’s finest wines including representation from over 25 wineries,” says Pat Clark, development officer for the Cultural Centre.

The event will see some of B.C.’s top wineries represented, along with some smaller operations creating stellar vintages.

Music from The Stuart Young Trio is set to entertain along with a range of appies to complement the wines.

Proceeds from the event will be used towards supporting The Cultural Centre’s arts and crafts programs.

Art of Wine is on May 10, from 7 to 9:30 p.m.

Tickets are on sale at box office or 604-391-SHOW (7469) with details at


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