Anyone willing to take off their shoes and stomp out the juice of large squishy grapes inside a pit can participate at one of several grape-stomping competitions during the two-day event. Winners of each two-minute timed stomp-off will receive a prize.
The event also will feature children activities including bounce houses, live music, complimentary winery tours and wine tasting. Wine, beer and a variety of food and soft drinks will be available for purchase.
The Ladyz & The Boyz will entertain from
Admission is a
Details: 352-394-8627 or lakeridgewinery.com.
Moxley will provide updates and insights about Lake schools and is an opportunity for attendees to exchange ideas and talk about challenges the discrict faces.
For more information, call 352-253-6515 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Regular hours from
Chamber business breakfast
Breakfast sponsor is Sugar Toes Ice Cream Pedicures.
For reservations or more information, call 352-383-2165 or email clerical@MountDora.com.
Widowed persons luncheon
LIFE, a social-support group for widowed persons, will have a combined luncheon of its Leesburg, Tavares and The Villages group at
Bingo will be provided following the luncheon. Members are encouraged to bring a white elephant type gift -- new or used -- to supplement the cache of prizes.
Lunch buffet is
A hurricane-preparedness program will be presented by
Some of the topics will include weather terminology, hurricane forecasting, emergency supply kits, evacuation and emergency contingency planning.
In addition, attendees can obtain brochures such as Disaster Supply Checklist, Hurricane Fact Sheet 2014, Weather Radios: An All-Hazards Warning System, Creating a Family Disaster Plan, Lake County Special Needs Program and AlertLake -- an automated phone-warning system.
Hurricane season runs through
Estate planning, elder law
A free educational seminar on estate planning and elder law is
To reserve a seat, call 352-272-7167.
Political Hob Nob
Leadership Lake County is sponsoring its biannual Political Hob Nob during which voters can mingle with candidates and take part in a straw poll on Thursday.
The event is set for
Candidates meet with voters and hand out campaign materials during the hob nob. The straw poll for political races is a popular feature.
Leadership officials expect more than 25 candidates, who are running for school board, city, county, state and federal races. Officials also expect to attract more than 500 people.
Beverages and a cash bar will be hosted by the
For more information or to reserve tickets, call 352-357-3434 or email email@example.com.
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