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Fifth Annual Toast and Taste the 2014 Beaujolais Nouveau 

5th annual Beaujolais Nouveau Toast and Taste dinner buffet, silent auction and raffel on Nov.20, 2014 at the Union Gables Bed and Breakfast in Saratoga Springs. 

The third Thursday of November marks the annual release of Beaujolais Nouveau, and the opportunity to be the first to sample the new, shortly fermented wine, previewing the fall harvest.

Please join the Language Learning Institute as we welcome this year’s release at the Union Gables Bed and Breakfast, Saratoga Springs, NY. Gathering and viewing of the silent auction begins at 6:00pm with uncorking of the Beaujolais Nouveau wine for tasting at 6:45 followed by sumptuous food and fun as the silent auction bidding and raffle continue.

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All net proceeds benefit The Language Learning Institute Financial Needs Fund which defrays the cost of tuition of those in need of assistance.

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Corporate Sponsorships

Your generous Sponsorship will be gratefully recognized in our event program and promotional materials relating to our the 2014 Toast and Taste the Beaujolais Nouveau,  Any sponsorships you make will positively impact the Financial Needs Fund of the Language Learning Institute and our programs; become sponsors right on line.

Sponsor a Silent Auction Item; call 518-346-7096 for this sponsorship

Sponsorships can be in the form of a raffle or silent auction item. Sponsorships of this nature will receive special recognition in our program the night of the event. Additionally, the donor may include a business card and description of the business next to the item.

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