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April Brief News

Well Hung Vineyards Wine Now in a Tasting Room

Teaming up with wines from Michael Shaps’ Virginia Wineworks, Well Hung Vineyard wines are now available in the tasting room at Honah Lee Vineyard, 13172 Honah Lee Farm Drive, off Route 15 north of Gordonsville. Previously, wine tastings and products from Crozet-based Well Hung were available only at festival and in-store appearances and their website, www.wellhung vineyard.com.

Tasting room hours are available on Honah Lee Vineyard’s website, www.berrywoodcrafters.com.

 

Relay Foods Opens Second Crozet Pickup Location

Charlottesville-based Relay Foods, an online grocery store that markets natural, locally sourced food and products, is expanding its delivery service in Crozet with a new pickup location at the Crozet Baptist Church on St. George Avenue. Customers can swing by the Relay Foods truck on Fridays from 3:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.

Relay Foods already has a Monday afternoon pickup spot at the Old Trail Shopping Center, as well as 26 other Charlottesville-area locations.

Named the “leading startup” in online grocery by TIME Magazine, Relay Foods is now operating in Central and Northern Virginia, Metro D.C., Baltimore and Annapolis.

 

Crozet Orchestra Seeks String and Wind Musicians

The Crozet Community Orchestra Spring season runs April 2 through June 11. CCO has openings for string players and wind players. Sit in and try it out. Rehearsals are held Wednesdays from 7 to 9 p.m. at Tabor Presbyterian Church in Crozet. No audition is required. The cost is $65. A limited number of scholarships are available (for financial assistance.) For more information, contact Denise Murray at murrden@gmail.com or 434-987-5517, or Philip Clark at pclarkmusic@gmail.com or 434-979-3343.

 

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