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CCAC brews it up with upcoming craft beer and wine tasting

The Colleton County Arts Council (CCAC) will be brewing it up come August 11, 2018. That’s right! From 6:00 pm- 8:30 pm the CCAC will be hosting their first craft beer and wine tasting event.

This fun event will be held at the Colleton County Museum and Farmers Market located at 506 East Washington Street. Tickets can be purchased in advance for $30 or at the door for $35.

In addition to the craft beer and wine tasting, folks will also be able to enjoy food provided by Grill 142, Walterboro’s newest food truck. The menu will include cod fish cakes, sweet Italian sausage and peppers, cheese tortellini and salami skewers, shrimp ceviche, miniature rib eye tacos, yellow rice and black beans, and cheese cake.

The Muddy Kings will also be providing the entertainment during the 21 and older event. A must see act on the Charleston blues scene, this band of teenagers often receive double takes from first time listeners seeing their young faces on the stage. They have an undeniable chemistry and share in their love for the blues. David Ledbetter, Bradley Palles, Whitt Burn and Stephen Votta are no strangers to the Walterboro area and have played at events here before. Event goers never seem disappointed when they get to hear the Muddy Kings perform.

“We are extremely excited to be able to bring this fun event to downtown Walterboro. The board has been looking for a counterpart to our “Martini’s and Me” event we do every spring. It is our largest fundraiser but we wanted to offer something that our men could participate in as well. The money we raise will be used to help us continue to offer free and low cost art programs around the county”, said Executive Director of the CCAC Kim Bridge.

In addition to entertainment, food and drink there is also a raffle taking place. The group has a kegerator and growler they will be drawing for at the end of the night. They are currently on display at The Golden Daffodil located at 356 East Washington Street. 5 tickets can be purchased for $20 and can be purchased at the event. For more information or to advanced tickets to this event contact Kim Bridge at 843-549-1922.

Christie Slocum (538 Posts)