Vino and Notes knows there's nothing better than wine after a long week, except a whole lot of it

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Vino and Notes, Aug. 4, noon to 6 p.m., Memorial Park, Woodland Park, Corner of Lake Avenue and North Park Street, $35, facebook.com/vinoandnotes. - CINDY VALADE/TMJ NEWS
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  • Vino and Notes, Aug. 4, noon to 6 p.m., Memorial Park, Woodland Park, Corner of Lake Avenue and North Park Street, $35, facebook.com/vinoandnotes.
There’s nothing better than a relaxing glass of wine after a long, hard week. Except, maybe, many glasses of wine. Or, in the case of Vino and Notes, samples of wine from 23 participating wineries, plus live music and some delicious food. Sip on regional favorites like Aspen Peak Cellars and the Winery at Holy Cross Abbey, and check out the food/wine pairing booth where you can enjoy such delectable treats as cheesecake bites served with a Garrett Estate Cellars Cabernet Franc. Live jazz will be provided by Doc’s Feel Good Music, and you’ll be feeling extra good knowing all proceeds from Vino and Notes benefit Habitat for Humanity of Teller County.

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