Paws for Wine June 12 at LaBelle Winery, benefits Animal Rescue League of NH

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AMHERST, NH – Take the time to Paws for Wine on June 12 for a fun and interactive “Cooking with Wine” instructional by Amy LaBelle, Founder and Winemaker of LaBelle Winery alongside LaBelle’s talented chefs.

Sponsored by Eastern Bank, LaBelle Winery and Canine Company, delicious Mediterranean dishes will be prepared for you to try, along with wine pairings. Tips for entertaining will be shared.

Upon arrival at 5:30 p.m., you will be greeted by delicious Mediterranean tapas and artisan cheese and charcuterie displays, followed by instructional demonstrations on assembling an antipasto display, making homemade ravioli, and a decadent Chocolate Pot du Crème for dessert.

“We are very excited to be able to provide this fun experience to our supporters at our annual Paws for Wine event. Paws for Wine is one of four annual signature events that provide crucial funds that allow us to continue our mission of ‘helping pets and the people who care for them.’ Not only can you enjoy delicious Mediterranean dishes, accompanied by award-winning wine at the beautiful LaBelle Winery, you can help provide support and help to the homeless animals in your community,” said Marianne Jones, Director of Administration & Communications.

The class is suited for couples, singles, families and friends as well as corporate colleagues.

Silent auction items will be available for bid and opportunities to donate will be provided throughout the evening, and are much appreciated. Proceeds of this event to benefit the Animal Rescue League of NH. Space is limited!

Reserve your seat now at www.rescueleague.org/pawsforwine.


The Animal Rescue League of New Hampshire (ARLNH) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that helps more than 2,000 pets and the people who care for them each year. The ARLNH also offers community outreach programs, including a pet food pantry, low cost spay/neuter clinics and Safe Haven temporary housing. For more information on the event, contact Marianne Jones at mjones@rescueleague.org or (603) 472-3647 ext.116.