Wine & Words 
Friday, October 26, 2018. 7-10 pm.


Friday, October 26, 2018 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM PDT
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Meadowlark Golf Club 
16782 Graham Street
Huntington Beach, CA 92649

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Julie Hyden 
HBPL Literacy Volunteers 



On Friday, October 26thLiteracy Volunteers – Huntington Beach Public Library will host “Wine & Words,” our 6th annual fundraising event, in support of the city's library literacy program. Stellar wines from around the world will be provided by Southern Hemisphere. Event goers will have an opportunity to bid on silent auction baskets and raffle items, while enjoying light refreshments.

The highlight of the evening will be inspirational speakers from the community, including adult learners. Hear how their journey learning to speak, read and write English more clearly helped them become better, more informed citizens, increase their workplace skills, and become advocates for their families.

All money raised during this fundraiser will support on-going services provided by Literacy Volunteers—HBPL.

Registration is now open. Event parking is free.

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Single ticket price Is $60. Please contact the office at 714.375.5102 for sponsorship opportunities.

We are pleased to once again work with Southern Hemisphere Wine Center, our wine sponsor. We thank them for their continued support!

Thank You to PK Real Estate, Our 2017 Title Sponsor!

Learner Accomplishments!

The dedication of our learners astounds us. While there will certainly be stories presented about our learners' accomplishments at Wine & Words, read on to learn what some of our learners have done in the past year:

  • Raquel celebrated her earning a high school diploma through our first ever Career Online High School graduation.
  • Walaa became a naturalized US citizen.
  • Julianna won 1st Place in a regional writer's competition.
  • Marisa earned her high school diploma and career certifcation from Career Online High School.

 Opportunities to Take Home Prizes!

No fundraiser can be replete without prizes!

You can bid for prize baskets, which include wine, airline tickets, elaborate decorations and centerpieces, food, event tickets, books, and much more: All for you to try your hand at winning!

Every day leading up to the night of Wine & Words, we receive prize contributions, which we will list here on the website. Check back often to see what we have in store! There is sure to be something that catches your eye.

Thank You to Our 2017 Donors!





 Weekend in Big Bear     

          Taste of Huntington Beach        Village Nurseries   

Trader Joe's     Linda O'Neal at Salon Chevaux

Jennifer Rennie, Personal Trainer     

Raquel's Balloons       Deirdre Gan Jewelry

Surf City Skates         Bluewater Grill         Wahoo's

The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf     Decorative Succulent Wreaths  

Lodovico's Custom Wood Bird Houses

Hertz Car Rental       Sara Crowder Callahan       Pinot's Palette

Phoenix Mai Smith, Artist         Museum of Latin American Art

"On the Day You Were Born" Charity

Artwork:                                                                                          Sylvia Adelmann, painting; Kevin Moran, painting; Signed lithographs; Classic Film Collection

About Literacy Volunteers

Literacy Volunteers, an accredited affiliate of ProLiteracy America, is a program of success stories: every book read with a child, every apartment application filled out completely, or every troublesome word or sound conquered. No matter how large or small the successes may seem, each one is a milestone for our learners, inculcating in them competencies in English reading, writing, and speaking.

Literacy Volunteers helps adult learners acquire the English skills needed to communicate with their children, doctors, employers, neighbors, friends, and many others. The Literacy program at Huntington Beach Public Library continues to grow as more and more adult learners recognize the importance of English literacy, seeing in it avenues towards professional and personal development.

Our learners have passed driving exams, received their GEDs or high school diplomas, filled out job applications, earned accreditations and promotions in their fields and employment, and become United States citizens: All of which contributes to the vitality of their families, homes, and communities.

Read our blog for stories direct from adult learners and volunteers.

Interested in helping the Literacy Volunteers in other ways? Click here to donate through Network for Good's secure site. If you prefer, you may call or visit the Literacy office with a credit card, or mail a check to following address: Literacy Volunteers-HBPL, 7111 Talbert Ave, Huntington Beach, CA 92648, Attn: Diane Moseley.

Thank you.