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Historic Yellow Springs Annual MemBREWship Party to be held Saturday, March 28th

Received this in an email today:
The annual Membership Brewfest will take place on Saturday, March 28, 2009 from 6:30 - 10:00 p.m. This year's event is sponsored by First Resource Bank and will feature beer tasting from 8 regional breweries including Dogfish Head, Lancaster Brewing and Hook and Ladder Brewing Company. Paired with all of this great beer will be food tasting offered from some of Chester Counties favorite local restaurants including the Cedar Hollow Inn, The Drafting Room and The Brickside Grille. For those who prefer wine, The Wine Merchant will once again be pouring an incredible assortment of red and white wines from both here and abroad.

We have expanded the party this year to include artwork from our Members' Exhibition. Party goers will be able to stroll through the Lincoln Building to view the Exhibit while listening to the unique sounds of "Open Circle Jam" who will be playing in the Lincoln Building throughout the evening. Wine will be served in the Lincoln as well as the Washington Buildings.

Back by popular demand, the band "Echo" will be performing throughout the evening in the Washington Building and we will be raffling off gift certificates to local restaurants during each intermission.

The party is open to the general public as a way to invite new membership and thank our existing members. Individual memberships can be purchased in advance or at the door for $30 or a Family Membership for $50 (2 adults in the same household). The village of Historic Yellow Springs is located at 1685 Art School Road Chester Springs, PA 19425 (Off of Rt.113 behind Hallmans General Store) or you can visit our website at www.yellowsprings.org.

For more information, please visit http://www.yellowsprings.org/Membership%2009.html.

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