Win a Case of Wine
A case of wine will be given away to the lucky ticket holder every other First Friday. Drawing will be at 8pm. Winner need not be present to win.
Tickets are $5 each or 5 tickets for $20.
Only 100 tickets will be printed for each drawing.
Tickets will be on sale for the two months before each drawing.
Minimum retail value is $10 per bottle, $120 per case.
Tickets will be sold at Columbia Center for the Arts.
Your purchase helps to support the arts!
Our Previous Month's Sponsors
October / November, 2011
Debbie & Lloyd Olson
August / September, 2011
Salmon River Engineering, PLLC, is a professional engineering consulting firm that specializing in stream, river and wetland habitat restoration. The firm provides professional services to public and private clients in the Pacific Northwest. Janet Corsale, a regionally respected water resources engineer, is the founding principal of Salmon River Engineering PLLC.
Learn more: Salmon River Engineering
Henni's Kitchen & Bar Located at 120 E. Jewett Blvd. in White Salmon, Henni’s vision is to become a local favorite. As Christiaan, the executive Chef and Proprietor, originally from South Africa, recently said, “We serve everyday and peasant food from around the world made from the finest, mostly local ingredients. Everything we do is made from scratch; there is nothing in our food we can’t pronounce. We like to think of ourselves as a French Bistro, Italian Trattoria, Mexican Taqueria, and American Tavern, all fused into one. Throw in an Asian noodle stand, Indian Curry house and an Argentinean spit-roast and you’ll know where we’re coming from.”
Christiaan adds: “Although the quality of food may feel like fine-dining, Henni’s aims to be unpretentious with offerings for everyone. “ Come in and sample some of the best wine, beer and spirits hand-crafted right here in our beautiful community and visit Henni’s at www.henniskitchenandbar.com, 509.493.1555
Mid Columbia Distributors a local distributor of alcoholic beverages.
Drawing on 7/1/2011, 8pm
No raffle this month due to an abundance of other activities, including the Tennis Ball Bounce & Roll, Race & Raffle.
Jan-Marc Wine Cellars Barbara and Jan-Marc Baker, chefs and winemakers in Portland, transplanted from San Francisco in 1994. They joined a wave of chefs from around the country who descended upon the small city, and helped to incubate a restaurant and farming community that has grown to represent a 21st century renaissance of artisan producers of ingredients for good living.
Jan-Marc wine Cellars craft wines of character and distinction that speak to the land of massive trees and snow-capped mountains that we call home.
Stationed centrally in Portland, they work in vineyards in the Columbia Gorge and Willamette valleys.
Twenty-five years and counting in the food and wine business, they own and operate Cuisine Bebe Catering, and Jan Marc Wine Cellars in Portland Oregon. Step into their little world and join them on the path to living well at: janmarcwinecellars.com.
March, 2011: Two sponsors this month!
Lynda and Peter Dallman were members in the early years of CAST and have been actively involved for the past five years as a director and technical director, respectively, for both CAST and plays for non-profit productions. Lynda serves as Vice President of the Columbia Center for the Arts Board and works as an HR consultant for non-profit organizations. Peter teaches in the Vancouver School District. He and Lynda split their time between homes in Hood River and Portland.
The Pines is a family-owned and operated winery and vineyard. Their passion for the grape becomes clear when you sample one of their estate-grown, limited production boutique wines. They are involved in each step of getting the grape into the bottle: from hand-picking the grapes, to bottling, to hand-waxing the neck.
Visit the Pines at their tasting room, located at 202 State St. in downtown Hood River, or visit their website: www.thepinesvineyard.com
February, 2011: Jules Burton & Mark Dane, a husband and wife team, have been avid supporters of Columbia enter for the Arts for many years. Both have served on our gallery and theatre boards and have curated numerous art shows. Jules herself is an artist and Mark is responsible for the lighting and special effects associated with all of our theatrical events.
January, 2011:Judie Hanel, was the founding director of Columbia Center for the Arts, and was largely responsible for the creation of the CAST theatre group. She remains actively involved with CAST, directing many of their shows, organizing fundraisers, and arranging for many of the training opportunities offered by Columbia Center for the Arts.
Thanks Judie for all you've done over the years!
December, 2010: Salmon River Engineering, PLLC, is a professional engineering consulting firm that specializing in stream, river and wetland habitat restoration. The firm provides professional services to public and private clients in the Pacific Northwest.
Janet Corsale, a regionally respected water resources engineer, is the founding principal of Salmon River Engineering PLLC.
Learn more at their website: Salmon River Engineering
November, 2010: The Wine Sellers, located at 514 State Street in Hood River, has over 500 different wines on their shelves, spanning the globe from France to South Africa, Australia to California, Italy to South America ... as well as a large number of wines from the Columbia Gorge Viticultural Area.
Check out their special orders, case discounts, gifts, chocolates and other goodies, as well as their daily FREE tastings.
The Wine Sellers can be reached by calling (541) 386-4647.
About Columbia Art Gallery
Columbia Art Gallery, located in the Columbia Center for the Arts, is a non-profit community gallery with the mission to promote an arts-rich environment in the Columbia River Gorge. Click for directions and hours of operation.