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VLM Invites The Public To Dino Wine Down

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NEWPORT NEWS—Would you like to enjoy a Valpolicella with a Velociraptor? Why not! The Virginia Living Museum is hosting “Museum Mixers: Dino Wine Down” on Thursday August 19 from 6 to 8:30pm. Guests 21 and older can enjoy adult beverages and live entertainment by Bryce Quinn (acoustic covers) at an adults-only, after-hour event that provides access to the indoor galleries, including the Jurassic Giants exhibit.

Tickets are $12 in advance and $15 if purchased at the door on the day of the event and include three wine tasting tickets redeemable at any of the five available wine stations. Additional tickets for wine and beer will be available for purchase. “Get Cheesy” food truck will be in the Conservation Garden for food purchases (not included in ticket price).

Event activities will include dino-themed educational activities, corn hole, giant Jenga, and a cork pull. The Virginia Living Museum is located at 524 J. Clyde Morris Boulevard. For additional information or to purchase tickets online, visit https://thevlm.org/education/adultsfamilies/adults/

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