Wine & Beer Walk will be held this month

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FORT MADISON – The Fort Madison Wine & Beer Walk will, in fact, take place Friday, November 20th from 5 p.m. to 8 .pm.
“We’re celebrating our 11th year doing this event” says Tim Gobble, Fort Madison Partners Executive Director.
“With 2020 being such a strange year, we will be implementing safeguards for the patrons as well as the vendors serving up regional flavors for you to enjoy at a variety of locations in the Historic Downtown Avenue G District. We are encouraging all to adhere to the CDC and LCHD guidelines to make the event safe and fun for all – vendors and patrons alike.”
More information about vendors and locations will be on the Wine Walk Facebook pages and event listing.
Different than past years, The “Early Bird Glass Sale Event” will be held at the Partners office – located at 614 7th Street- from 5 p.m.-7 p.m. on Wednesday, November 18th. This will be the only night to get your commemorative 2020 (which has a special 2020 logo) glass at the $10.00 price. After the 18th, the glasses will be available at the Partners office during business hours for $15.00.
“There is a limited number of the 2020 Wine & Beer Walk commemorative glasses with the special year logo on them” Gobble continues. “So, if you’re that collector of Wine Walk glasses this in one you may want to make sure and get early”.
The Wine & Beer Walk makes for a perfect evening with loved ones or a bubbling night with friends and family. If you have been here before, we know you will come again.
If you haven’t attended the award-winning Fort Madison Wine & Beer Walk, see for yourself how the event puts the spirit back into iconic Avenue G in downtown Fort Madison for the holiday season. All proceeds benefit Fort Madison beautification projects.

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2 thoughts on “Wine & Beer Walk will be held this month

  1. This town is truly incapable of putting the health of its residents over its financial greed. Does nobody remember the COVID spike after Riverfest? To quote a movie…”Pathetic and sad, but social”. SMFH.

  2. Sounds fun.
    We need more community activities like this to bring our residents together..atleast those who want to participate.
    to those who dont want to participate in community activities dont ruin it for those of us who do…

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