Clark County is in Phase 2 of the Safe Start program. In this Phase, gatherings are limited to 5 people outside of your household. While we have tried to keep our Community Events Calendar updated, there may be events listed that have since been cancelled. Please check with event hosts/venue prior to planning attendance and follow all local health guidelines.
Overlook Park is transformed into a jazz-filled speakeasy housed under large canopies with heaters & chandeliers for a Roaring 20’s themed wine tasting and celebration! Come enjoy the bounty of the wine corridor surrounding Ridgefield and participate in a day of 1920’s themed fun.
Live music from Re-Birthing the Cool (2PM-5PM) and Adagio Soul (11AM-1:30PM) will help set the atmosphere back nearly 100 years, to an age of jazz, dancing, and pearls. There will be selections of wines from a wide variety of local wineries, with the opportunity for a taste or a glass. Participate in dance lessons to learn the Charleston, the dance craze of the 1920s, play games and win prizes, enjoy a cheese pairing and food from our food vendors, and show off your best Roaring 20’s costume on the red carpet!
Buy your ticket(s) by Monday, October 14th and you will be automatically entered to win our Roaring Vineyard Basket, which will include:
Tasting tokens will be provided upon admission. Exchange one token for a wine tasting, or five tokens for a glass of wine. Additional tastings and glasses may be purchased directly during the event.
TICKETS – ON SALE NOW!
Single – $15 – Admission for 1, 1 souvenir wine glass, 5 tasting tokens.
Double – $25 – Admission for 2, 2 souvenir wine glasses, 10 tasting tokens.
Social – $45 – Admission for 4, 4 souvenir wine glasses, 20 tasting tokens.
This is a 21+ event, and passwords (tickets) are required for entry.
Tickets may be purchased at the door.
In our race towards modernity, amidst all the technological innovation and the rapid growth of our cities, silence is now quickly passing into legend. Beginning with an ode to John Cage’s seminal silent composition 4’33”, the sights and sounds of this film delicately interweave with silence to create a contemplative and cinematic experience that works its way through frantic minds and into the quiet spaces of hearts. As much a work of devotion as it is a documentary, this documentary is a meditative exploration of our relationship with silence, with sound, and the impact of noise on our lives.
Special Guests: Paul Donavan, Sc.D. Secretary General of the International Institute of Noise Control Engineers.
Doors open at 6:30, come buy a treat and/or beverage and talk with your neighbors before the movie. It’s free, but donations are very welcome.