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SEAsonings spices up aquarium

by jmaloni
Mon, Feb 28th 2011 04:15 pm
Hard Rock Café will provide food samplings for the 2011 `SEAsonings - The Original Taste of Niagara.`
Hard Rock Café will provide food samplings for the 2011 "SEAsonings - The Original Taste of Niagara."

Whatever the weather, the Aquarium of Niagara will host its annual fundraiser, "SEAsonings - The Original Taste of Niagara," from 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday, March 3, at the Whirlpool Street facility.

Even if  "the weather outside is frightful," it's sure to be delightful inside, as Aquarium of Niagara guests taste fine wines and sample foods from area restaurants, wineries and other vendors.

This mouth-watering benefit for the Aquarium of Niagara and its living collection also will feature music by Premier Sound with DJ Pat Proctor, sponsored by Turner Construction, and the raffling of several great donated prizes - everything from jewelry to art.

Food samplings will be provided by The Crowne Plaza Hotel, Hard Rock Café, Lebro's Restaurant, Niagara County Community College Culinary Arts Program, Red Coach Inn, Specialty Pies by Shirlene, Just Say Cheesecake, Delaware North Parks Services, The Conference Center Niagara Falls, Dick & Jenny's Bake & Brew, Richard's on Main, Trio's Restaurant, Wine on Third, The Village Bake Shoppe and Suzanne's Fine Dining.

Participating wineries include Arrowhead Spring Vineyards, Heron Hill Winery, Willow Creek and Wagner Vineyards. Certo Brothers Distributing, Coca-Cola Bottling Co. and Coffee Pause will provide other beverages.

George Edwards Jewelers, Art Effects Glass, Welcome Magazine and others have donated raffle prizes. Marli's Florist will do floral arrangements for the event.

SEAsonings is sponsored by Niagara Frontier Publications, Greater Niagara Newspapers and WJYE 96.1 FM. Tickets ($45) are available at the Aquarium of Niagara, or by calling 285-3575, ext. 206. Tickets will be available at the door, but reservations are requested.

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