"Celebrating 75 Years of Wine Making in Niagara” is a Pumphouse Arts Centre outreach event designed to provide greater insights into the Awe, Humility & Joy exhibition's themes and progress made in agriculture, in general, and wine-making in particular since the publication of “The Grapes of Wrath” at the Jackson-Triggs Niagara Estate Winery and in association with The Niagara Wine Festival. It will offer an afternoon of live entertainment, including music, literature, and drama. The NOTL Writers’ Circle will present original literary tributes to the concepts of AWE, HUMILITY, and JOY.
Admission for the event is $40. All of the proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to the Boys and Girls Club of Niagara for use in their Nightlight Youth Services program which provides a safe, supervised and supportive environment to assist at-risk youth reach their full potential.
“In my opinion, the Boys and Girls Club means
home, it means not being hungry, it means
safety and most of all to me, it means moving
forward and not being alone. I am not alone.
- AH (Nightlife Youth Services Client)