Speakeasy Cellar Jazz Raising Money for a Cause

Created: March 04, 2020 10:44 AM

Go back in time to the Roaring Twenties on Saturday, March 7 for a great cause.  The White Winter Winery is hosting a Speakeasy Cellar Jazz event to support the Northlakes Community Clinic. 


Jon Hamilton, the owner of the White Winter Winery, said this is the ninth year they're putting on this event.  There will be a costume contest, food, beverages, games, a jazz group from Chicago, and more. 

"We'll have blackjack, we'll have poker, we'll have wine pull," Madelaine Rekemeyer, with the Northlakes Community Clinic said.  "Many games in which they'll win fake money and then they're going to use the fake money to win some wonderful prizes that we've had donated from support in the community."

Hamilton says that it supports the Northlakes Community Clinic, because healthcare is more important now than ever.

"The money being raised is going to support programs," Hamilton said.

Rekemeyer said Hamilton is one of the clinic's biggest supporters.

"Northlakes needs funding for our community outreach programs, our mission is to respond to the healthcare needs of the community with an integrated array of quality services and to remove barriers to care," Rekemeyer said.  

The clinic does that through their programs and the money goes right to helping the community. 

The Speakeasy Cellar Jazz is Saturday, March 7 at the White Winter Winery from 6 to 9 p.m. Tickets are $40 per person and $75 for a couple.  You can get tickets at  

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