My husband and I spent a couple of hours, on Sunday, at an event held by the Tyler Park Neighborhood Association, at the Mid-City Mall, in Louisville. They were hosting a wine tasting to raise funds for Tyler Park. The park is a part of one of the Olmsted systems of parks. Frederick Law Olmsted, already known for his work on Central Park in New York City and the United States Capitol Grounds, was commissioned in the early twentieth century to design a park system for Louisville. All monies raised will go to the Tyler Park Master Plan.
I was invited to sign my book, A Wine Lover’s Odyssey Across Kentucky, by Joan Dubay, one of the groups members and planner of the event. The theme of the evening was France, featuring wine, hors d’oeuvres and music of France. A gift basket was raffled, with gifts from Kentucky wineries and a copy of my book. It was obvious that those attending had an enjoyable evening.
My thanks to the group for extending the invitation and their warm reception to my husband and I, and their interest in my book. The evening of wine tasting was well-planned, well-attended, and successful.This entry was posted in Wine News by admin