17TH ANNUAL BARE ASPEN WINE AND BEER TASTING TO BENEFIT SPECIAL OLYMPICS ARIZONA SET FOR SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 IN FLAGSTAFF

EVENT WILL BE HELD AT THE PEAKS SENIOR LIVING COMMUNITY, WILL FEATURE WINE AND BEER TASTING, FOOD, MUSIC, GAMES AND SILENT AUCTION

Special Olympics Arizona would like to invite all supporters of SOAZ to its 17th annual Bare Aspen Wine and Beer Tasting event, which will be held Saturday, Sept. 14 (noon – 4 p.m.) at The Peaks, A Senior Living Community in Flagstaff.  Proceeds from this event will benefit Special Olympics Arizona’s Mountain Area athletes.

Presented by Fat Olives and Salsa Brava, Bare Aspen will feature tasty wine and beer offerings from local and regional vendors, food courtesy of Chef John Conley at Fat Olives, Salsa Brava and other local restaurants , music, outdoor games, a silent auction, and a live auction hosted by auctioneer Russell Mann.

Individual tickets can be purchased for $75 and include free food from Salsa Brava and Fat Olives, and a commemorative wine/beer glass.  Tickets for kids under 21 years of age are $20 and include free food from Salsa Brava, Fat Olives and other local restaurants.  Tickets can be purchased at 17th Annual Bare Aspen Wine & Beer Tasting.  There is an Early Bird ticket special currently available for $60 that is good until June 15, 2024.

“Bare Aspen has been an extremely popular event and a great way to give back to the Special Olympics Arizona athletes in the Flagstaff area,” said Special Olympics Arizona President and CEO Jamie Heckerman.  “We’ll have great food and drinks, fun live entertainment and of course some great Flagstaff weather, so we know everyone will have a great time.  It is a great way to bring the Special Olympics Area community together.”

Special Olympics Arizona would like to thank Presenting Sponsor Fat Olives and Salsa Brava, as well as Legacy Beverage, The Peaks, A Senior Living Community, Findlay Toyota and all of the sponsors and supporters who make this great event happen each year in Flagstaff.

 

 

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