Best of BC Terrine

Looking to help raise money for a worthy cause in the new year? Check out Taste BC on January 15 at the Pan Pacific Hotel. I attended this event in 2011 and found it an enjoyable evening of tastes and conversation.

Therapy Wine selection
[A Selection of Therapy Wines]

Together with several prominent BC wineries, craft breweries, and cider makers, this event will feature tastes from Rodney’s Oyster House, Hagensborg Chocolates, Savoury Chef, The Vinegar Lady and others, all in support of BC Children’s Hospital’s Oak Tree Clinic.

Oak Tree Clinic interior
[Oak Tree Clinic photo courtesy of BC Children’s Hospital]

This clinic offers the following valuable services to women and children:

– Provides specialized clinical care for women and children living with HIV/AIDS including adult, pediatric, and OB/GYN physicians, dietitians, outreach workers, nurses, pharmacists, and social workers
– Improves access to care in a safe environment
– Educates patients and their families, other health care workers, organizations and institutions, and the public about the complex issues of HIV infection in women and children
– Advocates for improved prevention, diagnosis, care and support
– Contributes to clinically oriented research and improved access to clinical trials and other research for women and children

Taste BC poster

Tickets are still available at Liberty Wine Merchants locations. Taste BC is supported by the Get Home Safe Program.

Taste BC

Date: January 15, 4:30 to 7:30 pm
Venue: Pan Pacific Vancouver, 999 Canada Place, Vancouver
Tickets: $49.99; purchase at any Liberty Wine Merchants location

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