Reno is a great place to visit because there is always something going on. Well informed tourists, and of course our locals, know that you can come to Reno any weekend and find a wide variety of fun and affordable entertainment. This weekend alone there are Leprechaun runs and bar crawls in honor of St. Patty’s Day, Micro Championship Wrestling, comedy shows, a monster truck rally, and for the foodies there is a wine and food tasting event called Corks & Kegs.
Corks & Kegs, the 2nd Annual Wine & Craft Beer Tasting event, will be held Saturday, March 14, 2015 at the Nugget Casino Resort. The event will feature world class wines & craft beer as well as appetizer sampling. There will be a silent auction featuring great prizes and live entertainment. Guests will enjoy appetizers while they check out the auction items. The menu for the evening was created by Chef Keith Sadanaga, one of my favorite chefs! The 8-piece swing band, the Brass Knuckles, will be providing live entertainment for the party. This is an event you won’t want to miss!
Proceeds from the event benefit the Perry Foundation. The foundation is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit foundation and a great organization to support. The charity is committed to providing education to Nevada’s post-acute care provider and regulatory community through community awareness and donor support. They are a statewide organization that serves elderly in all Nevada communities. The foundation focuses on improving the quality of care to residents of our state’s nursing homes and assisted living facilities.
Corks & Kegs starts at 5:00 p.m. in the Rose Ballroom at the Nugget. Tickets are $45 in advance and can be purchased at www.janugget.com or by calling 800-648-1177. The day of the event ticket prices are $55 and can be bought online, by calling the Nugget, or at the door.
If you want more information or would like to sponsor this event please call Robert Kidd at 866-307-0942 or email Robert@NVHCA.org
Corks & Kegs is one of the many great events our community has to offer this weekend. If you find yourself bored at home, it’s your own fault! There are always plenty of opportunities for fun in Reno.
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