Local Story: Bertony Faustin

Celebrate Black History Month with a Local Story event and film screening by Bertony Faustin at the Abbey Creek Vineyard, Oregon’s first black-owned winery. Bertony will talk about his life and passion for wine making and host a special screening of his documentary, “Red, White and Black”, about minority winemakers in the state. Read about the film and check out the trailer here.

Your ticket includes admission to the event, light appetizers, a film screening and a chat with Bertony. A separate cash bar is available for wine.

When: Thursday, February 22, 2018 from 6pm to 8pm
Where: Abbey Creek Vineyard, 31441 NW Commercial St. – North Plains, OR 97133
Cost: $10 General (Click below for tickets) | Free for Members (Send RSVP to info@washingtoncountymuseum.org)

Local Story is a nomadic public program created to raise awareness about the diverse people that significantly contribute to the living history of this remarkable region. The program comprises a series of individual events organized in direct collaboration with community members, all of which revolve around the theme of locality, personal history, and the pursuit of opportunity in Washington County and its environs.