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*Media Advisory* Rochester Main Street to Host Wine In The Garden/Beer In The Woods

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ROCHESTER — Executive Director Michael Provost is pleased to announce that Rochester Main Street will host a wine and beer tasting event early next month.


Wednesday, June 7 from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.


Studley’s Flower Gardens, 82 Wakefield St., Rochester, N.H.


Rochester Main Street


The seventh annual Wine In The Gardens/Beer In The Woods is a tasting event that will feature sample wines from the Hermit Woods Winery of Meredith, N.H., and craft brews from Out.Haus Ales of Northwood, N.H. Proceeds from ticket sales and the event’s silent auction will benefit downtown projects and events.

A variety of eateries, including Lilac City Grille, Happy Pappy’s Country Store, Revolution Taproom and Grill and Spaulding Steak and Ale will be on hand providing appetizer pairings. The event will also feature a live band performance.

“This tasting is an excellent chance to try new wines, craft beers and foods while supporting our efforts to continuously improve downtown Rochester,” Provost said. “I am grateful to all of the people and organizations who have contributed to making this a reality.”

Tickets are limited and cost $25 each. They can be purchased online, at the Rochester Main Street Office at 18 South Main St., Suite 2B, at Studley’s or from any Main Street volunteer.

About Rochester Main Street:

Rochester Main Street is a nonprofit volunteer organization devoted to the preservation, growth and vitality of downtown Rochester. It engages local businesses, organizations, property owners, residents and governmental agencies to work together to make downtown a safe, vibrant and exciting place to work, shop, live and play.


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