Rescheduled Six Flags “Grape Adventure” Allows Guests To Donate To Hurricane Relief Efforts

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JACKSON — Six Flags “Grape Adventure” has been rescheduled for Nov. 10 and 11 from 12 to 5 p.m. The event will offer guests a special opportunity to sample local wines, food and gifts partnered with a VIP Safari experience.

Six Flags unites with the American Red Cross and New Jersey Amusement Association (NJAA) to collect donations for our region, heavily impacted by the hurricane. Guests who attend the festival or those just looking for a way to donate can visit the park to make their donation during festival hours.

The third-annual Grape Adventure will feature 12 New Jersey vineyards with nearly 150 locally-produced wines for sampling, handcrafted gifts, dishes from neighboring eateries and live music. Visitors will also be able to purchase a special Safari package which includes a private tour of the safari and special wine tasting in the African Plains section among giraffes.

Wine event tickets are available for purchase at www.sixflags.com/greatadventure with promo code: WINE
Wine Event: $20, tickets will also be available for purchase the day of the event.
Wine Event & Safari Package: $35, available for purchase day of the event only.
Children and non-sampling guests do not require a ticket. All guests, including children over two years of age, require tickets for the safari.

One dollar from every ticket purchased from Nov. 5 through Nov. 11, and all cash donations made during the festival, will benefit the American Red Cross. New clothing, coats, blankets and non-perishable food, as well as new baby and pet supplies, will be collected and donated to the NJAA to assist our heavily-impacted region.


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