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October is not just about wearing pink, and running in the Susan G. Komen Race for the cure. It is also Domestic Violence Awareness Month. In a combined effort to shed light on the efforts of Safe Alternatives for Everyone (S.A.F.E.), to keep families free of abuse and violence, Chris and Kim Baily, owners of Bailys Old Town Temecula Dining, are hosting Rocktober Masquerade Wine Dinner.
It is a costume contest, with prizes. Dress accordingly, as you dare.
“This (will be a) wonderful evening of wining, dining and saving lives.” Patti Drew, Development Coordinator for S.A.F.E. Temecula, said.
The Masquerade Wine Dinner is scheduled for Thursday, October 24, at 6:30 p.m. at Baily’s, Old Town Front Street, Temecula. Tickets to the event are $75 each.
Make your reservations early. This event will sell out, as upstairs seating is limited.
The Baily’s menu rocks with basil wrapped sesame chicken, bacon seared scallops, and roasted butternut squash to name a few courses.
Rocker, Erik Turner– of the band Warrant– along with a Rockstar in the wine-making world, master winemaker Jon McPherson of South Coast Winery, will pair each course with wine from Erik Turner Wines and South Coast Winery.
According to Drew, “S.A.F.E. is a non-profit agency in Temecula that is committed to providing programs and services to children, youth and families in Southwest Riverside County who have experienced or at risk of violence and abuse.”
Tickets are $75 each, please make your reservations by calling Bailys at 951.676.9567.
For more information visit: www.oldtowndining.com.
Baily’s located at 28699 Old Town Front Street, Temecula 92590.
For more information on S.A.F.E.’s programs & services go to www.safefamiliesca.org or call 951.587.3900