People & Places: Total Source for Hearing-loss and Access

Exquisite wines paired with a chef’s select menu will be the highlights of the second annual “Vintage ‘53” event, benefiting Total Source for Hearing-loss and Access.

Certified sommelier James Andrews will be discussing the wines he has selected to accompany Palace Cafe chef James Shrader’s gourmet menu.

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The evening will begin with a reception and give patrons the chance to view the exhibits on display at the Tulsa Historical Society, and take part in a silent auction.

Proceeds benefit the Total Source for Hearing-loss and Access mission to improve the quality of life of those affected by hearing loss.

One in 10 people, regardless of age, deal with the isolating effects of hearing loss. Services provided by TSHA include sign language classes, information, resources for hearing aids, interpreters, social events and support groups.

Event details: 6-9 p.m. Friday at the Tulsa Historical Society, 2445 S. Peoria Ave.

Attire: Business

Sponsors: Chambers Family Foundation, Overhead Door Co. of Tulsa, Single Reserve Vineyard, Bank of Oklahoma, Leslie Brier and Phil Maltby, Ruth K. Nelson, Whitmire Family Fund, Mike and Carey Cole, James & Debbie Curtis, Lowell & Jane Faulkenberry, Jane & Henry Primeaux, and Lightspeed Technologies Inc.

Tickets: $175

To purchase and more information: tsha.cc

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People & Places: Total Source for Hearing-loss and Access

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