Spring at James Arthur Vineyards

Spring Events at James Arthur Vineyards

If you haven’t been to James Arthur Vineyards (JAV), you may want to take a 30-minute ride out of Omaha to taste the wine and enjoy the landscape. JAV have begun their spring hours, which now include Friday nights. A Spring Cabaret has been planned for Friday April 27 with music and stories by Judy Anderson and Friends. Then on Saturday April 28 from 6-9p.m., JAV have planned a fundraising event for Cancer, The Red, White and Pink Party. Enjoy live music, wine and food.  Ticket prices are $15.  Both events require reservations at 402.783.5255 or visit the JAV website at www.jamesarthurvineyards.com for more information on events and hours.  James Arthur Vineyards are located at 2001 West Raymond Road in Raymond Nebraska.

posted at 05:15 pm
on Monday, April 16th, 2012

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