Snus News March 2016

Tribal Muse Event
March 12, 2016
Join in the party! Dinner and show sponsored by Tribal Muse Belly Dance. Professional singers and dancers, both local and from surrounding states, including award winning performers with original music will be sharing their talents.    Dinner catered by Hickory Park of Ames.
All this for one low price of $15 at the door.  Dinner from 5:30-7:00 pm, show begins at 7 pm.


Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day!                                                                                          Yes, we have green wine!! Celebrate March 17th with something you might not find anywhere else.

Creative Spirits – Wine and Painting
Next Event is Thursday, March 17th                                                                    Creative Spirits is now booked at Snus Hill Winery every third Thursday evening, 6:30-8:30 pm, of every month. A fun event for friends, bachelorette groups, or couples. For more information, call 515-509-2265, or info@creativespiritsames.com, and to register go to Creative Spirits.


Locally Grown Showcase                                                                                        March 20th                                                                                                                          Come shop our “pop-up boutique” of handmade products from local designers! This is like no craft show you’ve ever been to before! Wine + shopping … What could be better?!
-FREE admission!
-$4 glasses of wine & 10% off all wine the day of the show!                                                                                                                                                   For more information: https://www.facebook.com/events/1689488887999476/

Wanna get in early? Buy a $5 ticket and come shop with us Saturday night March 19th from 5-8pm! We’ll sweeten the deal with free appetizers, free sangria, and 20% off all wine purchases! Click here for tickets https://www.eventbrite.com/e/locally-grown-showcase-vip-night-tickets-20264571880

Easter Egg Draw for Prizes!                                                                                       March 27                                                                                                                        Pick an egg from the basket, open it and see what prize you’ve won.  Limited to one egg per family and must be 21 years of age as some prizes may be wine.

TIDBITS                                                                                                                               Do you know why Easter eggs are colored?  Birds are somewhat dependent upon light exposure as a trigger for egg production.  In northern Europe as spring approached, birds would begin to lay eggs.  People would begin to gather eggs that came in a variety of sizes and colors from wild birds.  Just another sign that the sun was returning and the earth would become fertile.