Spring Fling on March 20!

March 10, 2021 0
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Are you ready for a Spring Fling?
Next Saturday, March 20, marks the first day of Spring. It’s also the day of our slightly delayed annual fundraiser, Crab, Wine, & Beer Days!
Instead of gathering in the familiar Big White Tent in late January, as we have for more than 20 years, we will be streaming live from the beautiful and historic Little River Inn on the vernal equinox, with an innovative new format: a virtual Cook-A-Long! Award-winning chefs will prepare their famous crab cakes while you enjoy the show or cook along in the safety of your own home.
We are nearly sold out of the Crab packages, and ????? ????? ?????, ????? ??. You can grab yours here while they last:
Don’t forget to purchase some Crab gear while you’re there – the perfect apparel for this festive occasion! Just scroll down to shop the baseball tees, aprons, masks, and of course, the iconic Crab Hats!
Nothing goes better with crab than Mendocino wines. Order yours to sip along ??????? ????? ??. There are some gorgeous local wines here, and there’s never been a better time to support our friends and neighbors:
The wines you select will be shipped to you in time for the event.
Our beloved former Sheriff, Tom Allman, will once again serve as our fearless auctioneer, and it’s going to be a super fun time. Questions? Contact our Event Coordinator at events@mccinc.org or 707-961-3463.
See you there!

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