Friday May 13th, 2022 * 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Enjoy your Friday night in a whole different way with our first Puffs and Pints night at Main Street Park, 25 E. Main St.
Participants get a hand-picked cigar from Eric Christie of Christie’s House of Pipes & Cigars and their first pour from your choice of Rough Edges Brewing or Lake House Distilling.
Additional cigars and drinks may be purchased as well.
Tickets cost $15 in advance and $20 at the door.
Also, enjoy delicious treats from Funnel N Around Food Truck from 6-9 p.m.
Music provided by Center of Gravity!
Raffles and Door Prizes
Proceeds benefit the 21 E. Main St. renovation project.
The Chocolate Excursion was created as a safe alternative to Mainstreet’s annual Chocolate Extravaganza, which is traditionally held on the first Saturday in March.Strollers will pick up a passport at the American Legion Post 15 starting at 2 p.m. and follow the prompts around downtown tasting and sampling chocolate from 14 different purveyors.
Purveyors scheduled to participate include: Amberson House Bed and Breakfast, Brio Coffeehouse, The Candy Kitchen, Christine’s Café, The Crispy Bisquit, Krystal’s Cakes and Confections, Lake House Distilling Company, Nanner Bananer, Postmasters Coffee and Bakery, Rough Edges, Taqueria La Cienega, The Waynesburger and Zoe’s Chocolate Company. Tickets cost $25 in advance at Eventbrite.com and $30 at the door. Tickets include the excursion as well as a happy hour from 4-5 at the American Legion with acclaimed local singer Kerensa Gray and a complimentary glass of champagne,
“We are excited to bring this event to downtown,” said Bill Kohler, director of economic development for Mainstreet Waynesboro. “This is a chance to showcase our great businesses and restaurants, while sampling some of the best chocolate in the area,” Kohler said.
There also will be chances to win nearly a dozen raffle baskets at the Legion.
Sponsors include Mrs. Alma Oyer, Craig, Friedly, Potter & Moore Insurance Agency, a division of Blue Ridge Risk Partners, LLC., Daniel Arthur, Eunice Statler & Mayor Richard Starliper.
Proceeds benefit Mainstreet Waynesboro’s downtown revitalization efforts. Mainstreet is an independent nonprofit working since 1996 to attract and retain businesses and improve the look, safety and aesthetics in downtown Waynesboro.