Wine & Food Classic planned for Oct. 19

Wine & Food Classic planned for Oct. 19

The YMCA of Burlington and Camden Counties, in partnership with Canal’s Bottlestop, Route 70 Marlton, will host the 4th Annual Wine & Food Classic, the region’s premier wine and food showcase. This highly anticipated annual event will be held on Saturday, Oct. 19, at the Tavistock Country Club.

The Wine and Food Classic benefits the Y’s Community Support Campaign that provides services to children and families in Burlington and Camden counties regardless of their ability to pay. Sponsors for this year’s event include SJ Magazine, Burlington Press, Hutchinson Mechanical Services, Boomerang, TD Bank, Big Sky Enterprises, Bob & Eileen Kennedy-The Kennedy Companies, DeYoung Financial Group, Gallagher Bollinger, PSEG, Thomas Edison State College, Source4Teachers and Beneficial Bank.

Just like a good wine, the 4th Annual Wine & Food Classic continues to get better with age with guests enjoying more than 700 hand-selected premium wines from around the world. Returning again to this year’s event will be Townsend (Tod) Wentz, chef/owner of the forthcoming Bourdon, and formerly of The Fountain at the Four Seasons, Lacroix at the Rittenhouse, and McCrossen’s Tavern. Slated to showcase their culinary creations are some of South Jersey’s finest chefs from The Madison, Seasons 52, Sensational Host, Mother’s Kitchen, Wegmans, Silver Diner and many more.

Regular admission tickets are $100 per person or $75 for YMCA of Burlington and Camden Counties and Tavistock members, with doors opening at 6:30 p.m. A limited number of VIP reception tickets are available, which begins at 5 p.m. and features premium wine and menu selections. VIP reception tickets are $175 per person or $150 for YMCA of Burlington and Camden Counties and Tavistock members and include admission to the event.

Tickets are available online at For more info and for sponsorship information, contact Jen Segelken, development director, at 856.234.6200 x243 or

The YMCA of Burlington and Camden Counties is a nonprofit 501©(3) charitable corporation that is building strong kids, families and communities through programs designed to improve an individual’s spirit, mind and body.

The YMCA serves more than 30,000 members in Burlington and Camden Counties through its two full facility sites in Mt. Laurel and Burlington-Riverfront, and more than 25 program sites in Burlington and Camden Counties. YMCA services include aquatics, preschool, youth and teen programs, fitness programs, family programs and childcare services.

Social opportunities for seniors and the disabled, community education and summer camps are offered as well. For more information, visit