A Juanita Olson painting

A perfect pairing of wine and art Sunday at Blue Moon

Marla Limousin and George Ehrler (of Blue Moon Farm, Winery and Ciderworx) invite you to meet the artist and enjoy a complimentary tasting of our wines and ciders as you view Juanita Olson’s recent work, and stroll the winery’s beautiful grounds.

“As a result of popular demand, this is Juanita’s fifth show at the winery.  Each year people come to the winery to see what pleasant surprises will be for sale.  Everyone loves food, flowers and art, and Juanita keeps feeding us new art each year so her collectors always give her a great turnout.”

On Sunday, July 19, Blue Moon Farm Winery and Ciderworx is presenting a “pairing” of art and wine between 1-4 p.m. at 4905 Darcy Road, Courtenay.

For more information, go to their website at www.bluemoonwinery.ca or call 250-338-9765. You may also contact Juanita Olson at jcofpr@shaw.ca

 

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