A SMALL NUMBER OF TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AT THE GATE. THE EVENT WILL SELL OUT, SO PLEASE ARRIVE EARLY IF YOU HAVE NOT ALREADY PURCHASED TICKETS.
Nothing could be finer than a fall day filled with wine tasting, art, crafts and music all day. You won’t want to miss the 11th Annual Taste Carolina Wine Festival, Saturday September 14th at the
Event day tickets are only twenty-five dollars ($25) here on line at tastecarolinawine.com.
VIP Tickets at $35 are available and include:
1 Hour Early Entry (11am-12pm)
$5 Food Voucher
Priority Tent Seating near the stage
Free Wine Glass Lanyard ($5 value)
Join us for the Taste Carolina Wine Festival, Saturday September 14th at the Piedmont Triad Farmers Market (2914 Sandy Ridge Rd, Colfax) along I-40 at Sandy Ridge Road. Presented by The Greensboro Jaycees.
When & Where
October 24, 1936
The Greensboro Jaycees are the premier leadership organization for people aged 21-40.
The Greensboro Jaycees are the premiere leadership organization for people aged 21-40.
WHO WE ARE
The Greensboro Jaycees is an organization that works to develop leadership in young professionals through community service. The Greensboro chapter has been recognized as the most outstanding chapter in the world on 2 occasions, as well as the United States (1965, 1968, 1991, 1995, and 2009).
The Greensboro Jaycees Chapter was officially chartered on October 24, 1936, when a group of young men came together to bring a new Ford Motor Company plant to Greensboro. Their efforts were unsuccessful, but they decided to form an organization with a sincere interest in working toward improving life and advancing commerce in Greensboro. Later, this group affiliated with the United States Junior Chamber of Commerce. The U.S. Junior Chamber of Commerce started in St. Louis, Missouri in 1915 as the 'Junior Citizens'. The purpose of the Junior Citizens was to stress "individual development through leadership training and civic involvement." The club changed its name in 1918 to the Junior Chamber of Commerce and was founded as a national organization in 1920.
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