Do you like Burrowing Owl’s wines? Do you like art, especially of nature/wildlife? Are you available to be in the Okanagan on Friday November 30? If so you may want to attend this dinner. Press Release details are below. Enjoy!
November 21, 2012 (Vancouver, BC) – On Friday, November 30 2012 Burrowing Owl Estate Winery will host an event to celebrate the continuing recovery of the endangered burrowing owl. Held at the winery’s Sonora Room Restaurant, the evening will feature a sumptuous three-course dinner and the unveiling of a never-before-seen painting by wildlife artist Terry Isaac. Special feathered guest “Pilot”, an imprinted burrowing owl, will attend the event accompanied by Burrowing Owl Conservation Society (BOCS) Local Area Director Lauren Meads.
At the celebration the artist will show his new work “On the Fence” for the first time. Guests can purchase limited-edition prints, with a portion of all proceeds being donated to the BOCS. The price of the dinner includes a donation to the same organization. The culinary team at the Sonora Room has prepared a special three course menu for the event, and servers will be happy to suggest wine pairings from Burrowing Owl’s cellar.
Where and When is this Dinner
Sonora Room Restaurant, Burrowing Owl Estate Winery
Friday, November 30 2012
Tickets $60 inclusive of taxes and gratuities (wine and other beverages not included)
Seating is limited, so call 1.877.498.0620 ext. 1 or email email@example.com to purchase your tickets.
Special accommodation package: Dinner guests can stay the evening of November 30, 2012 at the Burrowing Owl Guest House for just $99 (regular rate $169; based on double occupancy; taxes not included). Saturday morning breakfast is included. A limited number of rooms are available, so call 1.877.498.0620 ext. 3 to make your reservation
Twitter: @BurrowingOwlBC fundraising dinner Nov 30 http://tinyurl.com/d53wtgr
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About Burrowing Owl Estate Winery
Named one of the Top 10 BC Wineries by Wine Access magazine, Burrowing Owl Estate Winery is devoted to producing world-class wines using creative viticultural and winemaking processes that are in harmony with the unique ecosystem where the grapes are grown, which includes the northernmost tip of the Sonora Desert. The winery is known for supporting the conservation work that is helping the burrowing owl make a comeback in British Columbia. www.bovwine.ca
About the Burrowing Owl Conservation Society
A non-profit, community-based organization dedicated to the goal of re-establishing self-sustaining populations of the endangered burrowing owl species. Its Burrowing Owl Recovery Program, started in 1990, is the longest sustained program of its kind in North America . Volunteers in Kamloops and Vancouver raise owls from captive breeding pairs, and the yearlings are released into the wild on an annual field trip. www.burrowingowlbc.org
About Terry Isaac
Originally from Oregon, internationally-renowned visual artist Terry Isaac continues to feel a sense of wonder and inspiration when observing the natural world. His finely-detailed depictions of birds and animals in their natural environment are simultaneously realistic and magical. His work is in public, private, and corporate collections around the world. Limited-edition prints of his work often sell out, as he is very selective about the images he reproduces, and the edition sizes are small. Isaac currently lives in Penticton, BC. www.terryisaacsart.com