Win tickets for your Valentine

 

 
 
We’re sharing the love this Valentine’s Day with a double pass giveaway for you and your Valentine to Stories from the Cellar – which is almost sold out.

Just sign up to our monthly eNews before Valentine’s Day for your chance to win.

Taking place at Elizabeth Bay House on Sunday 23 February, Stories from the Cellar will take you down into the cellars of as we explore the old age practice of food preservation. 

Featuring tastings, live demonstrations and talks by carefully selected food artisans, including Rohan Anderson, blogger and author of Whole larder love. This is truly an event for foodies.

And that’s only first course! We’ll be sure to tantalise all of your senses with supper supplied by Dan the Man Cooking, drinks by Murray’s Craft Brewing Co. and live music by by Jake Meadows from the Myall High Club.

Sign up now for the chance to win a Stories from the Cellar double pass.

 

 

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  1. To enter the competition you must subscribe to the Sydney Living Museums eNews via the Sydney Living Museums website between Friday 7 February and Thursday 13 February 2014.
  2. The winner will be chosen by random draw on Friday 14 February 2014 and notified by the email address provided when entering the competition.
  3. If the winner does not claim the prize by Tuesday 18 February, a new winner will be chosen at random and notified on Wednesday 19 February by the email.
  4. The prize cannot be transferred for cash.
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