Our Wine Walk is back! Harbor is very pleased to announce the return of the Harbor, Inc. Downtown Smithfield Wine Walk on Friday, November 19, 2021.
The Wine Walk will take place from 5:00-9:00 p.m., when walkers will visit participating businesses in the downtown district to sample a different wine at each of the participating businesses. Walkers will begin at Raymond James Financial, located at 310 Bridge Street in Downtown Smithfield. There, walkers will be given commemorative wine glasses and a wristband to wear, which will allow them to taste wines at other businesses. Tickets for the Wine Walk can be purchased for $25 in advance at https://harborshelter.org/product/wine-walk-2010-sponsorships/, or at the event for $30.
Businesses participating in the 2021 Downtown Smithfield Wine Walk include Raymond James Financial, Amaze Adventures & Beyond, Classy C's Boutique, The Gilded Pear, The Twisted Willow, Urban Misfits, LLC, Sami's Pizza & Pasta, 12/20 Boutique, John Michael's Artistic Hair Team, MedicalTraining.me, SoDoSoPa, the Oak City Collection, Evans Jewelers and the Johnston County Heritage Center. Many of the businesses will be hosting special events in conjunction with the Wine Walk, including extended shopping hours, special sales, giveaways, and entertainment.
“We are so excited to be able to have the Wine Walk again,” states Kay Johnson, Executive Director of Harbor, Inc. “It is a beloved community event that many people look forward to each year, and we are so appreciative of the community’s support of this event and for Harbor in general. This special event is instrumental in supporting Harbor and its programs through the year. The money raised from this event really does save lives".
Harbor is Johnston County's only nonprofit agency providing service and assistance to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and women in transition. Harbor provides safe, compassionate, and advocacy services, resources, and programs. Harbor has a team of highly credentialed and experienced staff and volunteers who work diligently to assist women and children in need. To learn more about Harbor, visit harborshelter.org.