January 26-27, 2024
Community Event, Adults
PLYMOUTH, WI – This January, a unique film and wine event comes to the Plymouth Arts Center. The Sips & Cinema event will feature a selection of five short films thoughtfully paired with five pours of wine.
The short film program will feature recent, award-winning short films from around the world curated by the Belladonna Film Project. Wine tastings will be led by Moxie of Plymouth on Friday and Vintage Elkhart Lake on Saturday. There will also be snacks by Sargento, Sartori, and Palo Popcorn.
Beah Travis, the Executive Director of the Belladonna Film Project, said the event will engage attendees with the sights and sounds of different genres and with the tastes of a variety of wines for a truly immersive experience.
Tickets for Sips & Cinema are available for two dates: Friday, January 26th at 7:30 PM and Saturday, January 27th at 4:00 PM. Individual tickets are $45. Tables of 8 are available for $320. Must be 21+ to attend.
About Belladonna Film Project Belladonna Film Project is a non-profit production company focused on producing regional independent film projects and providing accessible arts experiences for Midwest communities. Learn more at www.belladonnafilmproject.com
About Plymouth Arts Center Plymouth Arts Center is the leading arts destination in western Sheboygan County dedicated to its mission… “To enliven the spirit of our community and to enrich the lives of all, by providing diverse experiences in the arts!”
For tickets and more information visit https://plymouth-arts-center.ticketleap.com/sips-and-cinema/ Call the Plymouth Arts Center for details: 920-892-8409
Attention Business Owners: this event could be the perfect Team Building opportunity for 2024. Consider bringing your team and watch as they enjoy five short films together, and bond over learning about the films, the artists who created them, and the wine…the different grape varieties, flavor profiles, wine regions and tasting notes.
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