Date: Thursday, February 25, 2021
Time: 5:30 pm
Location: Zoom (link provided upon registration)
We are sad to report that we will not host an Annual Open House this year. In the past, our Annual Open House has been an opportunity for us to celebrate YOU, our loyal patrons and community partners. For the past two years, we have hosted the Open House in February and tied our themes in with the love celebrated on Valentine’s Day.
This year, the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted our party, but it hasn’t stopped the love! We have just passed the party planning over to the San Diego Law Library Foundation. The Foundation has planned a Valentine’s Wine Tasting with a love theme!
You can attend this virtual event with the love of your life or with someone that loves wine as much as you do and show your love for the library! Unlike the Annual Open House, there is a registration fee for the Valentine’s Wine Tasting and the proceeds support the Law Library. The San Diego Law Library Foundation is organized as a charitable trust affiliated with the San Diego Law Library and its sole mission is to aid us in our efforts to provide access to justice through our many resources and programs. The Foundation is recognized as a 501(c)(3) organization established for scientific and educational purposes by the IRS.
About the Event
The Wine Tasting Fundraiser will take place Thursday, February 25th with Wine Master Lindsay Pomeroy. Lindsay will discuss three wines, one from Spain, one from France, and one from California. So, break out your chocolate and charcuterie board because this is an event you don’t want to miss!
Lindsay will be discussing the following wines, which you can purchase in advance from San Diego Wine & Beer Co.:
About the Speaker
Lindsay Pomeroy developed a passion for wine while living in Italy and has been educating San Diegans about wine since 2006, when she founded Wine Smarties, San Diego’s first wine education school. Lindsay is the first and exclusive instructor for the Wine & Spirits Education Trust (WSET) and the French Wine Scholar (FWS) in San Diego.