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Red River Wine Festival

The Senior Junior Forum's 10th Annual Red River Wine Festival is this Saturday, April 26th from 6 p.m. until 11:00 p.m.at the J.S. Bridwell Ag Center. 

Tickets are $25.00 dollars per person and can be purchased at Union Square Federal Credit Union, United Market Street, Kocks Liquor and Scott's Shots.
 
Admission gets you a commemorative wine glass, tasting tickets and official guide with profiles of the wineries and their wine offerings. There will be 44 different Texas wines and domestic and import beers. 

One hundred percent of the proceeds from the Wine Festival will be returned to the community through the Senior Junior Forum charities. 
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