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Get ready for Westmoreland’s Wine Shine ‘n Spirits Palooza

Mary Pickels
Westmoreland’s Wine, Shine ’ Spirits Palooza set for Jan. 19.

Westmoreland’s Wine Shine ‘n Spirits Palooza will be held noon-4 p.m. Jan. 19 at the Ramada Inn Hotel and Conference Center, 100 Ramada Inn Drive, Hempfield.

Participating wineries and distilleries, according to the event’s Facebook page, include Bee Kind Winery, Big Spring Spirits, Black Dog Wine Company, Bushy Run Winery, D&O Wine Cellars, Deer Creek Winery, Hazard’s Distillery, Juniata Valley Winery and La Vigneta Winery.

Vendors include American Window Industries, Arbonne International, Chocolate Moonshine, eKernally Yours Gourmet Popcorn, Green Mountain Energy, Hillbilly’s Jerky, Kitchen Saver Renewal Systems, Little Dippers, LuLaRoe by Vicki Saska, Mary Kay Cosmetics, Oakmont Olive Oil Co., Perfectly Posh, Petals and Pastries, Pink Zebra, Psychic Solutions/Crystal Visions, Renewal by Andersen, Sundance Vacations, The Pampered Chef, The Smoke Shack, and Young Living Essential Oils, the site adds.

Bottle check will be available.

Online tickets are $10, including stemless glass. Day of event tickets are $15 cash, $17 with credit card.

All ages welcome, age 15 and under free admission, those 16-20 pay $5 for designated driver ticket.


Mary Pickels is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Mary at 724-836-5401, [email protected] or via Twitter @MaryPickels.

Mary Pickels is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Mary at 724-836-5401, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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