right notes

The seventh production of The Right Notes, presented by The Donovan Financial Group of UBS Financial Services, will be held from 7-10 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 17, at Greate Bay Country Club in Somers Point.

For the past six years, The Right Notes (TRN) has been a collaborative fundraising effort by the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Passion Vines Wine & Spirit Company & Greate Bay Country Club. The evening’s main event is a large-scale wine tasting, featuring more than 100 top-scoring wines from around the world. In addition the event will also feature a prominent selection of beers and spirits from acclaimed brewers and mixologists, including Bobby “G” Gleason, Master Mixologist of Beam Global Spirits & Wine, who will entertain guests with his performative and informative cocktail-making. Spirit lovers will enjoy sampling items from Atlantic City’s Little Water Distillery, and Passion Vines’ Single Barrel Editions of Old Forester and Maker’s Mark will be available for taste, as well.

In addition to food from Greate Bay, the evening will incorporate culinary creations from Steve & Cookie’s of Margate as well as auctions and music from the Nilson Matta Quartet.

Tickets to the event are $99 for general admission and $159 for VIP which allows guests to enter one hour early (at 6 p.m.) and gives access to VIP exclusive wines.

Greate Bay Country Club is located at 901 Mays Landing Road in Somers Point.

For more info and to purchase tickets, go to NationalMSSociety.org/RightNotes.

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