Sipping, snacking and storytelling – a night to wine about
Sure you love wine. And you likely love a good story.
Then you're in luck as the Radio Talking Book Service and Nosh Restaurant and Wine Lounge host a night of sipping, snacking and storytelling.
Join the Talking Book Service for a special guest on March 20 from 4 to 6 p.m. at Nosh Restaurant and Wine Lounge, 1006 Dodge St. Test your taste buds with wines from around the world in a tasting led by Amberlyn Edson from Republic National Distributing and delight in delectable delicacies created for your pleasure by the chef at Nosh Wine Lounge.
"Wine tastings are a special treat because it allows for a communal voyage where we appreciate another land and culture together," Edson has said of wine tastings.
The RTBS aims to create a world where the inability to read print will no longer be considered a disabling condition. It provides human-voiced information choices to individuals who have disabilities that prevent them from reading.
Entertainment will be provided by Storyteller Rita Paskowitz, who has worked as an actress, writer, improvisationalist and stand-up comedienne across the nation. She has taught storytelling, and is Co-founder and Director of Creative Healing, a program for bereavement specialists.
RSVP by March 11 to RTBS.org, or call 402-572-3003. Seating is limited. Tickets are $60 a person, and repayment is required.