(ANNAPOLIS, MD) Junior League of Annapolis, Inc. will host its Unwind in the Vines event on Friday, May 6, 2016 from 5:00 – 9:00 pm at Great Frogs Winery.

Open to the public to adults 21 and over, the proceeds from this event will benefit the community programs of Junior League. Great Frogs Winery in Annapolis will host an exclusive dinner and wine tasting event with live music and lawn games. People are encouraged to bring blankets and chairs to have their wine under the stars and enjoy the grounds! Bring cash for some raffle items as well!

The number of tickets sold will be limited to roughly 75 and tickets will not be sold at the door. Estate ticket prices are $99 each and include a bottle of Great Frogs Estate wine. Reserve tickets are also available at $109 each and include a bottle of Reserve wine. All tickets will include dinner, a wine tasting, entertainment and a complimentary wine glass. There will be a VIP ticket option at $600 per ticket which will include transportation to and from the event for a group of up to six people. There are only three VIP tickets available! A limited number of designated driver tickets are also available at $45 each which will include dinner and entertainment only.

“We are so excited about this event which is unlike anything that Junior League of Annapolis has ever hosted in the past.  We anticipate a beautiful evening spent under the vines at Great Frogs Winery with dinner, wine tasting, and live music.  Unwind in the Vines is sure to be a spectacular party!” said Katie Jones Gurion, Gala Chair.

For more information about this event, please contact gala@jlannapolis.org. You may also contact Junior League of Annapolis Inc. at 410-224-8984 or visit www.jlannapolis.org.


Junior League of Annapolis, Inc. is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and improving the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Our membership of over three hundred women strives to narrow the achievement gap in Anne Arundel County, with a specific focus on the self-sufficiency of women and children.