Pause for a cause with Claws this Saturday May 1st! Join Laurie Roberts and Kenny Allen from Classic Rock 104.3 The Hippo, and award-winning author Fred Reiss at Days of Wine and Wet Noses, a benefit event for Monterey County SPCA & Unconditional Love Animal Rescue of San Jose.
Tickets are only $20/person which includes wine tasting, and fantastic foods catered by Sandabs of Scotts Valley. 100% of the ticket price goes straight to these organizations.
A limited supply of specially labelled wines like the 'Cat-bernet Red' and 'Dog House White' will be available for purchase with a 30%-50% of the wine sales going directly towards Monterey County SPCA & Unconditional Love Animal Rescue of SJ.
While enjoying the afternoon at Roudon-Smith Winery, feel free to purchase a bottle of wine to enjoy while you listen to musical radio veteran Chris Jackson (playing from 1-2:45pm), The Bluesy Rock of Mad Jack(1-2:45pm) and internationally known rocker Robert Berry doing a special acoustic set (from 3-4:30pm). A day of entertainment for you and a lifetime benefit for local animals in need.
Jesse Gabriel, local photographer from Flippen Photography will at Roudon-Smith Winery from 1-3pm offering portraits of you and your pet, so don't forget to bring your beloved 4 legged friend. Please check out some of the fabulous work done by Jesse at www.jessegabriel.com.
Check this out....Absurd Doggie Products will be offering all pet owners a sample of their flush-able dog waste bags; how cool it that?! Dulcie, owner of Absurd Doggie Products www.dogflushies.com will be here from 1-3pm to answer any of your questions.
Parking is limited, so please carpool, better yet, take advantage of our free Shuttle Service to and from Roudon-Smith Winery provided by Santa Cruz Wine Experience! To access this shuttle take the Hwy 17 exit at Mt. Hermon Road and travel down Mt. Hermon Road towards town(heading towards Felton). Make a right onto Scotts Valley Drive and and immediate left at the next traffic light onto Bean Creek Road. Turn left onto Blue Bonnet Lane followed by an immediate left into the upper parking lot of the Scotts Valley Transit Center. Follow the Roudon-Smith signs with purple balloons. Animals on board the shuttle are well excepted.