Get ready for Harvest Regional Food Bank's 17 Annual Wine and Jazz Gala at the Silvermoon on Broad in downtown Texarkana.

This event is so much fun with great food, great wine, great music and all for a great cause. You just can't go wrong.

When is The 17 Annual Wine & Jazz Gala?

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All the fun takes place on Friday, March 31 from 7 PM to 9 PM.

Delicious Food and Perfectly Paired Wines

Photo by Maksym Kaharlytskyi on Unsplash
Photo by Maksym Kaharlytskyi on Unsplash

There will be food stations set up by great restaurants and chefs from Texarkana and each station will also have a couple of wines to choose from that will pair perfectly with their food.

Great Live Music & Silent Auction

Photo by Donald Giannatti on Unsplash
Photo by Donald Giannatti on Unsplash

There is also great live jazz music to enjoy and this year it's Candace Taylor and Trio.  Then of course there is the silent auction that always has amazing items to bid on. There will also be live painting too.

This event benefits Texarkana's Harvest Regional Food Bank.

Tickets are $75 in advance and $85 at the door.
There are sponsorship opportunities available for businesses and organizations if you would like more information call 870-774-1398 or go to their website at

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