Naughty or Nice beer and wine tasting fundraiser to be held Dec. 19

Juneau Arts & Humanities Council will present the second annual Naughty or Nice beer and wine tasting fundraiser for the Juneau Arts and Humanities Council, sponsored by Specialty Imports and K&L Distributors, at the Juneau Arts & Culture Center on Dec. 19 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Tickets are on sale now at the JACC, Hearthside Books, and at www.jahc.org. Tickets are $30 for individuals or $50 for a duo. This is a 21+ event.

The beer and wine tasting will run from 5-7 p.m., and a no-host bar will be offered from 7-8 p.m. Also at 7 will be the first LumberJAHC and JILL Beard and Moustache Contest. The contest will have three categories for men; Full Beard Natural, Partial Beard, and Moustache. There will be one category for the ladies; LumberJILLs, in which women are invited to bring their best-crafted beard and/or moustache prosthetic and join in the revelry.

Rules for the contest can be found at www.jahc.org/naughty-or-nice-wine-and-beer-tasting <http://www.jahc.org/naughty-or-nice-wine-and-beer-tasting> .

Holiday shopping will be available throughout the event through a variety of vendors, including Specialty Imports, K&L Distributors, Red Onion, High Tide Tattoo, Salon 907, Makeup by DNArtist Design, Nightmoods, Bustin’ Out Boutique, Beardy Goods, Alaska Hearth Products, Russ Dixon, Mountainside Wellness, Adriane Hornerbrink Photography, the JAHC Lobby Shop artists, the JAHC Popcorn Bar, and more.

For more visit www.jahc.org.

 

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