Wine & Words 
February 22, 2014


Saturday February 22, 2014 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM PST
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Huntington Beach Public Library 
7111 Talbert Avenue
Room C/D
Huntington Beach, CA 92648 

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Amy Brennan 
HBPL Literacy Volunteers 

On February 22, 2014, the Huntington Beach Public Library (HBPL) – Literacy Volunteers will host “Wine & Words,” our second annual wine tasting event in support of our literacy program.

We will be tasting a variety of different wines from our local partner ONEHOPE

Take advantage of our early bird price of $30 until Feb. 8,
after which registration is $35 per person. 

Raffles & Silent Auction!

We will be selling raffle tickets and also hosting a silent auction at the event! 

Raffle prizes will include gift certificates to local restaurants, and the silent auction will include themed "Wine & Words" pairings.

Confirmed raffle prizes:

Silent auction baskets:

Please join us on February 22 as we toast our program and raise much needed funds. The efforts of all of us combined are helping create better citizens and a better community. 

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About Literacy Volunteers

Literacy Volunteers – HBPL, an accredited affiliate of ProLiteracy America, provides a vital service in the Huntington Beach, Fountain Valley, and surrounding communities by pairing tutors with adult learners for one-on-one English tutoring.

Literacy Volunteers has two programs to help adults and families develop the necessary English skills to communicate with their children, doctors, employers, neighbors, friends, and many others. Adult Literacy at Huntington Beach Public Library continues to grow as more and more adults realize the need to improve their literacy skills. Family Literacy at Oak View Branch Library supports the literacy efforts of parents to help them learn to read with their children in English.

Literacy Volunteers is a program of success stories – no matter how large or small the success may seem, each one is a triumph for our students and keeps them on the path to becoming better speakers, readers and writers. As our students develop their English skills they are able to improve their lives and contribute to the community. Our students have passed driving exams, gotten their GEDs, filled out job applications, been promoted at work, become accredited in their field, and become United States citizens.