Beaver Area Chamber of Commerce

Fondly Looking Back. Boldly Moving Forward…

Event hours are from 2:00 P.M. to 7:00 P.M. Guests are encouraged to come early and stay late!(Pre-registration opens at 12:00)

The event is in an open public space, so yes. But, participation in this event is restricted to those 21 and over.

General Admission (for ages 21+) is $25 in advance or $30 at the gate.

As part of the event, wine purchased by the bottle or case will be able to be checked into the Wine Pick-up Tent. Your purchased wine will be transported from the seller’s booth to the Wine Pick-up Tent by volunteers. You will be given a claim ticket at time of purchase and will be able to use the ticket to retrieve your purchases at the Wine Pick-Up Tent.

Yes, if you are of legal age and show the appropriate i.d. to the wine sellers, you may purchase wine by the bottle from the wine sellers. Prices are set by the individual sellers and will be available upon request. All sales will be final and the BACC makes no warranty of any goods bought or sold at the event.

The Beaver Area Chamber of Commerce is a 501(c)6 Non-profit organization. Contributions to section 501(c)(6) organizations are not deductible as charitable contributions on the donor’s federal income tax return.

No, for those not participating in the actual wine tastings, attendance is free.

Possibly as we are limiting attendance to 1,600. General Admission Tickets are currently available on-line for $25 via EventBrite. Tickets are also available in select retailers: Cirelli’s Fine Jewelry, Hostess Shoppe, Re-Style and Witch Flavor?. Should the event not sell out before hand, tickets will be $30 at the door.

We have a Volunteer Committee that handles organizing volunteers for events. Just use the contact us form to send us your information and which events interest you. Include “Volunteer Committee” in the subject line.

We encourage all sponsors to join the BACC, however, non-members are allowed to sponsor an event. Please be advised BACC members are given priority over non-members when it comes to sponsorship opportunities. Sponsoring an event only entitles the business to the benefits outlined in the sponsorship letter. To become a BACC member dues must be paid separately.

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