NYE party at Rumorz



Get festive with a sparkling wine tasting this Friday

Nothing says festive celebrating quite like bubbles.This Friday, December 20th, stop by Weis in Ranson and sample our selection of sparkling wines.  We all have last minute grocery shopping to do; why not kill two birds with one stone and drink wine while your at it? It’s also the perfect time to find out which one you’d really like on your holiday table. Normally grocery stores get all bent out of shape when you start popping open wines to try them before you buy them but this Friday Christmas is coming early.



Wine tasting this Thursday 12-19

Who’s up for a free wine tasting?  This tasting will feature Fetzer Wines, Nabisco crackers, cheese from deli and crab dip from seafood dept at Martins food store of Charles Town. Yum!  So come on down to the Charles Town Martins this Thursday, December 19th from 4:00 – 7:00 pm. Side note; wine makes a great Christmas gift. So you can get those last minute gifts out of the way while sampling great wines. Win!


Try out a new Xmas tradition: beer tree!

Planning an epic Christmas party this year and want a new way to make it more awesome? We here at MDC love the idea of reusing and recycling and we can’t think of a more fun way to do both than this DIY Christmas tree.

Beer Bottle tree 1


Here’s what you need:

Beer (At least 56 bottles of beer on the wall to make the small version of the above picture. Preferably in green bottles like Heineken or Grolsh)

Beer drinking friends (Because no one person can drink 56 bottles of beer. And please don’t take that as a challenge.)

Cardboard (How about ordering a few pizzas and using the box’s? See what I did there?)

Glue (Not superglue…beer and superglue will equal fail)

Sissors (Cause sharp implements and drinking always works out. You might want to cut these before you drink 56 beers)

A childlike sense of wonder (After 56 beers, this is pretty easy. Soooo shiny!)


1. Drink beer and eat pizza. Probably the best step one to any project….ever.  Rinse each bottle after emptying.

2.Cut  5 circles out of cardboard. The first tier will hold 30 beers in a circle. The second 15, the third 7, the fourth 3 and the last just 1 bottle of beer.  If you want to get fancy (and I know you do) use one of those big cardboard box’s you’ve received in the mail, wrap it in Christmas paper and use it as the base of your tree.

3. Glue the bottom of your bottles to the cardboard, glue cardboard to the tops to add the next tier.

4. Add some zazz’ with Christmas lights.

5.Gather your ugly sweater-wearing, beer drinking friends beside your masterpiece and take a picture. The more terrible, the better. (tip: make sure at least someone’s eyes are closed and someone’s mouth is open.)

6. Save your image as either blackmail or for your Christmas invitations for next year.


Instant classic. Now go; drink and be merry. And crafty.

2013 New Year’s Eve

So, as the month progresses we will be bringing you more local NYE party shout outs. Here’s a sneak peak of stuff happening in the M-burg this year:


Longshots Bar & Grill


the American Legion

If you know of any NYE parties in town, join the party and please leave a comment. The more, the merrier


MDC is not affiliated with these establishments, we’re simply passing on the party info on to you.