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Valentine's Day Redux


Even though Valentine’s Day was more than a week ago, Baycrafters Art Gallery keeps the party going at tonight’s Wine and Chocolate Tasting. That’s because organizer Mary Sullivan refers to February as the “month of love.” The event was conceived for couples, she says, but she won’t be surprised if ladies make the program “a girls’ night out.” Either way, “Valentine’s is like my birthday,” she says. “I celebrate for a couple weeks.” The tasting pairs a dozen reds, whites, and rosés with imported gourmet chocolate. A wine expert will also be on hand to talk about each match. “It’s cold outside, and warm and toasty inside,” says Sullivan. “It’s a great environment: luscious chocolates and lovely wines.”
Fri., Feb. 23, 7 p.m.

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