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Out & About: Wine ‘n’ dine plus free concert coming

Kim Riggs
For the Nevada Appeal

Saturday Beer Fest and Wine Walk

Knee Deep Brewery will host the March Beer Fest at the Gold Hill Hotel with Jeremy Warren, brewmaster, and “Smitty” with Sierra Wine and Spirits.

And don’t forget, Saturday is the Carson Wine Walk.

WHO: The Gold Hill Hotel’s March Beer Fest

WHAT: Great food, great beer and great friends

WHEN: 7 p.m. Saturday

WHERE: The Gold Hill Hotel, Nevada’s Oldest Hotel

COST: $45 per person plus tip and tax

CONTACT: 847-0111 to reserve your space for this event

WHO: Downtown Carson City Wine Walk

WHAT: Enjoy wine tasting in a commemorative wine glass as you visit art galleries, gift shops, casinos and restaurants.

WHEN: 1- 5 p.m. Saturday

WHERE: Downtown Carson City

COST: $10, purchase wine glasses at Carson Nugget, Cactus Jacks, Horseshoe Club, Carson Jewelry & Loan or Bella Fiore

WEB: http://www.ccdowntown


St. Patrick’s Day Dinner

The 14th annual Knights of Columbus St. Patrick’s Day Dinner and Fundraiser is coming and I suggest you get your tickets quick. This event sells out each year, not only because of the great corned beef and cabbage but also for the big auction items, which include golf packages, dinner and show packages, fishing equipment, skiing, and much, much more. There is also a cash raffle and who can’t use some cash. This event is for the whole family, so join the fun and put on your green and help raise money for some great programs.

WHO: The Knights of Columbus, Sierras Madre Council 4781

WHAT: Live and silent auctions, catered corned beef and cabbage buffet, plus Irish stew and all the trimmings

WHEN: Doors open at 4 p.m. March 13

WHERE: Corpus Christi Catholic Church, 3597 No. Sunridge Drive in Carson City

COST: Tickets are $25 for adults, $10 for children 12 and younger

CONTACT: For more information or to make reservations, call Dick Moore at 775-220-6731.

PROCEEDS BENEFIT: St. Teresa Catholic School, building funds of St. Teresa and Corpus Christi Catholic Churches, Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts, Eagle Valley Children’s Home, Special Olympics and Carson City Crisis Pregnancy Center

32nd Children’s Concert

The free Capital City Community Band concert will feature the combined elementary choirs from Bordewich-Bray, Fremont, Fritsch, and Seeliger Elementary Schools performing a variety of songs. The choirs will also perform patriotic music and a song from the “Sound of Music” with the band. Another featured group is the Carson High School Brass in Djibouti, a brass quintet. Sarah Irvin, a soprano, is a member of the Carson High School Choir, chamber singers. The combined elementary choirs consist of mainly fourth and fifth grade students who will simply amaze you. Come and join the band in celebrating 32 years of sharing music with our community and enjoy the music of the next generation of Carson City musicians.

WHO: Capital City Community Band

WHAT: Concert features the combined elementary choirs from Bordewich-Bray, Fremont, Fritsch, and Seeliger Elementary Schools

WHEN: 3 p.m. Sunday, March 13

WHERE: Boldrick Theater in the Carson Community Center

COST: Free

CONTACT: 883-2219

NEXT WEEK: The Timber’s Gone Fishin’ III, Tom Brooks Memorial Derby and 10th annual Life Cycle Ride

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