THE COAST NEWS
MARCH 11, 2011
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ZAP-Fest attracts a host of Zin masters FRANK MANGIO
Taste of Wine The ZAP-Fest, an annual gathering of Zinfandel fanatics in San Francisco by the Zinfandel Advocates & Producers, or ZAP, was everything I had heard that it was, and more. Not your usual nambypamby gathering, it was an exciting delight from the start of its three days of creativity to the grand tasting that filled two large build-
Volunteers sought for Senior Olympics COAST CITIES — The San Diego North County Senior Olympic Games organizers are looking for interested volunteers to help the monthlong event run smoothly. The games will take place in nine North County cities during the last two weeks in April and the first two weeks in May.Volunteers are needed to help out with all 14 sports that will be open to anyone 50 or older. More than 800 seniors are expected to participate in activities at Frances Ryan Park for Archery, at Oceanside Beach Recreation Center for Women’s Basketball, at Pacific Q for Billiards, Frog’s Fitness for Fitness Activities, at Twin Oaks Golf Course for Golf, at Boomers for Miniature Golf, at La Costa Glen for Senior Activities, at The San Dieguito Tennis Club for Tennis and Oceanside Pier for Surfing. People interested in being part of making the athletic events happen, may contact Senior Games Consultant David Mirisch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ings with more than 200 wineries at Fort Mason, with the Golden Gate Bridge as a backdrop. Eight thousand guests poured over the wines offered. It was the 20th ZAP gathering so a Roaring 20s TURN TO WINE ON A27
The March 11, 2011 edition of The Coast News, including the Home & Garden Guide