On Saturday, April 30, Kelowna’s Lakeshore Wine Route (St. Hubertus, CedarCreek, Summerhill, Tantalus) and the BCSPCA present Unleashed!
From 12:00pm – 4:00pm animal lovers are invited to bring their dogs along for treats and activities while the humans enjoy two complimentary canap?-paired wine tastings at each winery. All purchases benefit the SPCA, and it is a suggested minimum donation of $20 for entry. Attendees are invited to stamp their “Pawsport” along the way and enter into a Grand Prize draw. Learn more at Lakeshorewineries.ca
- Bring your pup and kick off #Unleashed @St_HubertusWine April 30 to sample #bcwine and support the @BCSPCA_kelowna
- People at @Summerhillwine know how to throw a party. Who can say no to #bcwine #puppies and #prizes? #Unleashed
- Friends and fur friends @CedarCreekWine and @BCSPCA_Kelowna can’t wait to see you at #Unleashed April 30!
- The folks at @tantaluswine and @BCSPCA_kelowna have been working hard to bring you #Unleashed April 30!
Wineries open their doors from 12:00pm to 4:00pm and welcome visitors and their pooches to join in on pet-friendly fun and complimentary canap?-paired wine tastings, dog walks through the vineyard, puppy portraits and more. Guests will be given a “pawsport” to collect stamps which allow them to enter in a draw to win a grand prize. Suggested donations are $20.00 and all wine purchases made on April 30 will support the BCSPCA.
“This is our second season hosting the unleashed party and we consider ourselves very fortunate to be able to contribute to the initiatives that the BCSPCA supports,” said Ezra Cipes, CEO,Summerhill Pyramid Winery. “With the help of St. Hubertus, Cedar Creek and Tantalus, and the fun activities we have in store, we anticipate an even bigger attendance this year”.
About Lake Shore Wine Route
The Lakeshore Wine Route is made up of four wineries on the south side of Kelowna along the shores of the Okanagan Lake. CedarCreek, Summerhill, St. Hubertus and Tantalus operate some of the oldest and most charming vineyards in the Okanagan. The established winery names draw local BC wine lovers and a wide range of international tourists.
The British Columbia Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (BC SPCA) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to protecting and enhancing the quality of life for domestic, farm and wild animals in British Colombia. The organization is based around a variety of different programs that assist with cruelty investigations, sheltering and adoptions, emergency rescue and treatment, advocacy, protection of farm animals, wildlife rehabilitation and reducing pet overpopulation.