Join us for a once in a lifetime opportunity to taste rare Burgundy & Bordeaux wines from the 50’s & 60’s. We will be providing hors d’oeuvre and 3oz tasting pours, you will receive 4 different wines to taste. Tickets are $50 each and you must purchase your ticket prior to the event.
Tickets can be purchased here: https://cldc.org/product/wine-tasting-ticket-rare-burgundy-bordeaux/
The wines below were donated by Mr. John Jonna, owner of Vinology and Bird & the Bread restaurants located in the Metro Detroit area. Jonna purchased the wines from a private cellar. They were originally imported and cellared by Mr. W. B. Chase, as indicated on many of the bottles. The wine was only moved twice before being shipped to Oregon by air: from the original cellar in the home of W.B. Chase in Bloomfield Hills, MI to the home of the previous owner—who purchased the home (and cellar) of W.B. Chase in the 1980s—in Plymouth, MI; and from there to Jonna’s cellar in Birmingham, MI. The wines have been carefully stored, as indicated by the impressive ullage levels of the bottles.
CLDC’s 3rd annual Next Generation Justice Action Camp!
This summer, the Civil Liberties Defense Center is hosting the third annual action camp for young people ages 14-18 to gain knowledge and skills to organize for climate justice! The camp will include a youth led public event focused on a climate justice campaign!
The camp will be from Tuesday July 12th-19th, 2016! People should plan on being at the campsite at noon on Tuesday, July 12th and depart by noon Tuesday, July 19th.
The camp is being held at the same location as the 2015 camp, Apserkaha Park at Howard Prairie Lake 40 minutes east of Ashland.
The Camp registration fee is $150.00, but no one will be turned away if they can’t afford the fee.
Register Here! (Even if you aren’t able to pay, please register)
For more details visit the camp page: cldc.org/2016-ngcjac