Date: Saturday, Dec 21st, 2013

Time: 6:00 pm


Location: Stuart’s Opera House

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Stuart’s Opera House in Nelsonville, Ohio presents the Winter Wine Express on the Hocking Valley Scenic Railway on Saturday, December 14th at 7:00pm! This is a fundraiser for Stuart’s Opera House! Enjoy some wine and cheese and other treats while taking a ride through the Hocking Valley. Enjoy a great night out for a good cause, all proceeds benefit Stuart’s Opera House. The coach car is a renovated historic train car with cushioned bench seats. Relive a little railway history. First Class features a more modern experience with airline-style seats. You may pick up your tickets after 6:00pm at the Hocking Valley Scenic Railway depot, which is located at 33 Canal Street in Nelsonville. It’s on the other side of the tracks, behind the train, so if you see the train, you’re almost there! The ride will take approximately an hour and a half. Wine will be served throughout the trip, and your complimentary box of cheese, bread and other treats will be served once the train is underway. This train will also include carolers for the holiday season! Feel free to bring along your own food, but outside alcohol is prohibited by our liquor license. Water and soda will be available for those who want to support the Opera House but would rather not drink, or are the designated driver. You must be 21 or over to consume alcohol on the Winter Wine Express. Please bring your photo ID with birthdate. Tickets are available at stuartsoperahouse.org or at 740-753-1924.

 


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