Labor Day Weekend
Saturday, September 5
Nesselrod Bed & Breakfast
7535 Lee Hwy.
Our first-annual Wine, Swine & Swill event supports adult literacy in the New River Valley.
We've been teaching people to read for years; now we'll teach you about wine! General Admission guests will experience international, national and regional wine tastings, while enjoying local vendors and live music.
Upgrade your ticket to our special Patio Passes to enjoy one of 5 different local and international wines paired with catered food, a garden tour, use of the covered patio, patio restrooms and special refreshments.
Please note this is a carded event. You will be required to show ID at the gate as this is an adult event. 21 + may attend. Please drink responsibly.
Don't miss the sultry rhythm & blues voice of Judy JacksonBased out of New York City, Judi Jackson has -according to her fans- consistently dazzled audiences with her soul and "talent that is generations ahead of her time." Known as a jazz vocalist and actor, Judi has enchanted audiences and captivated directors. Join us at the Wine, Swine & Swill event to hear her music!
Become a sponsor!
We're looking for sponsors who wish to help contribute to the community by helping to sponsor this Labor Day weekend Wine, Swine & Swill event hosted by Literacy Volunteers of the New River Valley (LVNRV). It's easy to become involved with this non-profit event and all net proceeds go to LVNRV! Choose a "vintage category" to help make this fundraising event a success!
The Literacy Volunteers of the New River Valley (LVNRV) mission is to foster support, advocate for, and instruct adults in the New River Valley who seek opportunities to achieve greater independence through literacy.
We are a community-based literacy program that provides free one-to-one or small group tutoring (Basic Literacy, ESOL, Digital Literacy, Basic Math) at a location and time that is convenient to both the learner and the student. We are a United Way/United Fund Partner Agency and an affiliate member of ProLiteracy.
More than 20 percent of adults read at or below a fifth grade level - far below the level needed to earn a living wage.
- National Institute for Literacy, Fast Facts on Literacy, 2001