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The Sequatchie Valley Institute
Cordially invites you to Wine in the Woods
April 7, 2018
Tours 3:00 pm (CDT) Tasting 5:00-11:00
Explthe magic and novelty of life while tasting experimental wines, meads, elixirs, and other oddities from our cellar, cave, and apothecary.
Take a guided tour on land protected by the Land Trust of TN through our permaculture landscape, hand-crafted solar structures, and Pipsissewa Arboretum Trail. Then, settle into a relaxed evening of delicious and exotic specialties, including non-alcoholic naturally-flavored carbonated drinks, house-made with fresh spring water. Be entertained by live music with Nexus and a visually stunning light display by Tree Dimensional.
Bring a tent, flashlight, and bedding and enjoy a night under the stars. You may wish to bring your own favorite party food to share. Children are welcome!
The tax-deductible minimum donation for Wine in the Woods is $25/person and $40/family.
You may also visit the Liquidambar Art Gallery, where you will discover pottery, paintings, glass work, and sculptures created by local artists.
Sequatchie Valley Institute is located at 1233 Cartwright Loop Whitwell, TN 37397, between Dunlap and Whitwell just 45 minutes from Chattanooga.
Contact us via landline: (423) 949-5922/4598 Cell: (770) 241-3958 or (404) 406 1246 We’re on Facebook!
SVI is a 501c3 non-profit educational organization promoting education and research in sustainable green living and forest ecology, with nature trails, a 100-plant arboretum, a retreat center, tours for kids and adults, and Liquidambar Art Gallery featuring local artists.
This is your chance to see the new display of Patrick’s Future Archaeology sculptures and kaleidoscopes
before he leaves for the spring art shows. Carol has plenty of beautiful mugs as well as plates, bowls, and bottles available.
We now have a new selection of Michelle’s place-based watercolors.
Wildflowers are blooming all around the parking area, if you don’t want to hike! And don’t forget–the second wildflower hike is April 14, if you missed this one.S W H flyer 2018 current