Waterfront Wine Festival In Pasadena Fundraising For Glen Burnie Hospital
GLEN BURNIE, MD - A waterfront wine festival in Pasadena is fundraising for a Glen Burnie hospital this weekend.
The two-day Wine On The Water Festival will support the University of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Center. The money will benefit the Tate Cancer Center, which is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year.
"The Tate Cancer Center has helped more than 20,000 people get comprehensive cancer care close to home," the University of Maryland Medical System said on its website. "With your support, our providers and care team will continue to offer innovative medical, surgical and therapeutic cancer care, and help more people make the transition to survivors."
Wine On The Water, which debuted in 2015, has donated more than $100,000 to the Tate Cancer Center.
The festival is scheduled for Saturday and Sunday from noon to 5 p.m. each day. Kurtz's Beach, a former swimming spot and current events venue, will host Wine On The Water.
Tickets are still available at this link for $60 for early admission, $50 for general admission and $20 for non-tasting.
"What better way to celebrate a gorgeous day by the Chesapeake Bay than with dozens of area wineries, culinary artists and master artisans?" Wine On The Water said on its website. "Now in its sixth year, Wine On The Water offers a high-end, all-encompassing festival that features a variety of vendors, musicians and attractions."
More information is available at wineonthewaterfest.com.
To learn more about the Tate Cancer Center, visit umms.org/bwmc/health-services/cancer/tate-20.
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