You don’t see many events linking Texas and South Africa, but add one more to that short list when Beijing Wine Club holds a holding a fundraiser on July 14 at Tim’s Texas Roadhouse to benefit the HIV/AIDS programs run by Prevention through Education, a charity with which the wine club’s Gabriel Suk is involved. (Note: This event is at the new Tim’s, on Super Bar Street, across from 5:19 and Pili Pili.)
Look for five South African Western Cape Wines – three reds, two whites – and Tex-Mex food. There will be a raffle for cowboy boots, diamonds, wine and vouchers for Beijing restaurants, along with, states the invite, “Western-themed games where you can test your marksmanship skills or try your hand at lassoing a cow.”
The event is 150 kuai per person and proceeds go to a new PTE online peer counseling center. The sponsors include the South African Embassy, ASC Fine Wines, Tim’s Texas Roadhouse, SAB Miller and S.A. Michael Diamonds.
For information, contact Gabe at firstname.lastname@example.org / 13717871229.
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