Skip to main content
Neighbors
Palm Coast Thursday, Feb. 27, 2014 4 years ago

Flagler Beachfront Winery celebrates 1 year

Share

The one-year anniversary of the Flagler Beachfront Winery's opening is coming up, and they are doing it big.

The celebration, which will be March 1 starts at 1 p.m. with the Cork Olympics. The events, which are free to participate in include a cork bounce, cork toss and cork throw. There will also be a wine bottle distance game, a slushy drinking contest, barrel rolling tournament and name that wine contest.

In addition to the day-of events, crafty win lovers can participate in four activities to be made before the celebration and dropped off at the winery; winery wine glass decorating, repurpose a Beachfront Winery bottle, design a new winery label, and cork ornament making. All entries will be placed on display for judging and must be dropped off on March 1 between noon and 1 p.m.

The day of contests will wrap up with awards at 4 p.m. and live music with Rick Blaine until 7 p.m.

To sign up for events, visit flaglerbeachfrontwinery.com/anniversary-party.html.
 

Smokin' on the Farms: barbecue contest added to county fair
Get your barbecue ready, the first Smokin' on the Farms barbecue contest will be held in conjunction with the Flagler County Fair and Youth Show Saturday, April 5.

Registration for all teams closes March 21. Categories include chicken, ribs and cook's choice. Cash prizes and trophies will be awarded in each category. Visit flaglercountyfair.com for registration forms.
 

Cork & Pint now open in European Village
Scotty's Cork & Pint Wine and Tap Room opened in the European Village last week for a soft opening.
The Wine & Tap room will be serving wine by the glass or bottle and beer on tap. It will have live music a few nights of the week and weekly specials.

Owner Scott Champion, who moved to Palm Coast from Miami, is striving for a be achy feel to the bar. Hours of operation will be seven days a week from 2 p.m. to 2 a.m.

A grand opening is planned for around Easter.

Champion said he has hopes to continue to revive the European Village with live music on a regular basis on the center courtyard stage and by eventually launching an art and wine walk.

 

Related Stories

Advertisement