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  • Eagle Point Winery
Eagle Point Winery - Hiring 3 vineyard workers, anticipated start date May 2, 2014.  Wage $10.25 per hour.  Successful applicants must have good Hand-Eye co-ordination, ability to work in a fast paced environment  and work under tight deadlines.  Duties will include but not be limited to pruning and vine maintenance, vineyard operations, machinery and equipment operation and crop harvesting .  This is a fast paced physically demanding position with repetitive tasks requiring combination of sitting, standing, walking, bending, crouching and kneeling or a combination of aforementioned.  Standing for extended periods.   This outdoor position may require working in wet/damp, dusty and hot environments.  Must work with others, be able to take direction and work independently carrying out assignments.  Continuous learning .   Must have own transportation
 
No Phone Calls or Drop in Interviews.
 Applications to be accepted until Feb. 14, 2014  
 
Applications to be emailed to  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  . or mail to:
 
 Debra Marshall
 Operations Manager
 Eagle Point Winery,
337 Escott-Rockport Rd, Mallorytown, Ontario, K0E1R0 

John Sorensen lrEagle Point Winery, in consultation with local artists Betty Matthews and John Sorensen, is presenting a new and exciting art show and sale, “Before the Rush”, Saturday and Sunday November 2-3, from 11 am to 5 pm.

“We have worked diligently to embrace the arts in our community, and through conversations with our clientele and visitors, have followed their suggestions and created an event that combines some of the best local artists with guest artists from other communities in Eastern Ontario. “stated Debra Marshall, Operations Manager for Eagle Point Winery.

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harvestcelebrationThis year our Harvest Celebration will focus on our community and its needs. Beginning September 15 Eagle Point Winery will be dedicating its efforts towards raising awareness and asking for donations of non perishable food items for the local food bank. Bring your donations to the winery, Tuesday through Sunday, and we will ensure that the donations are delivered to the food bank weekly, or more often if we are fortunate enough to garner the support of the community in this drive. Our food drive will end the first weekend of October. "

To signify the end of our harvest celebration we have invited a group of outdoor Plein Air artists to take up residence at the Eagle Point Winery property for three days of artistic visioning.

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