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March 5, 2013

SEAsonings spices up the Aquarium on Thursday

Niagara Gazette — Whether it’s cold, chilly or freezing outside, it will be cozy comfy inside the Aquarium of Niagara as it holds its first fundraiser of the year, “SEAsonings, – The Original Taste of Niagara.” The popular event is 6 to 9 p.m. today at the Whirlpool Street facility.

It’s the winter event you won’t want to miss. SEAsonings is all about tasting and enjoying good food from area restaurants and fine wines regional wineries and other vendors.

This mouth-watering benefit for the Aquarium and its living collection also will feature music by Premier Sound with DJ Pat Proctor and raffling of several great prizes from jewelry to art, all donated. SEAsonings tickets are $49 per person.

Among those providing food samplings are the Niagara Falls Culinary Institute, Yvonne’s Bakery & Café, Four Points by Sheraton, Dominic’s Little River Bar & Grill, Hard Rock Café, Just Say Cheesecake, Delaware North Parks Service, Quality Inn & Suites, Sheraton by the Falls, The Conference & Event Center, Dick & Jenny’s Bake & Brew, Lebro’s Restaurant, Red Coach Inn, The Village Bake Shoppe and Suzanne’s Fine Dining.

Participating wineries include Long Cliff Vineyards, Heron Hill Winery and Willow Creek Winery; other beverages will be provided by Certo Brothers Distributing, Coca-Cola Bottling Company and Coffee Pause.

Piccirillo’s Florist will do floral arrangements for the event. Joe Chille will emcee.

SEAsonings is sponsored by Greater Niagara Newspapers and Niagara Frontier Publications. Tickets are available at the Aquarium, or call 285-3575, ext. 206, to reserve them. Tickets will be available at the door.

For more information, call Gay Molnar at 285-3575, ext. 204.

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