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As a wine enthusiast, one of my many joys is charting the uncharted and discovering unique and yet-untasted wines. As summer vacations progress, I am reminded of the thousands of wine regions across the globe, many of which are producing wines that have yet to make an appearance on the local stage.

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You can have “Breakfast with the Primates” 8:30-10 a.m. Saturday at Niabi Zoo, 13010 Niabi Zoo Road, Coal Valley. The event includes a guided tour to amazing apes and magnificent monkeys, and you’ll enjoy a catered breakfast in the Oceans Gallery next to the Cotton-top Tamarin. Tickets are $25 for members and $30 for non-members and must be purchased in advance at https://www.niabizoo.com/event-calendar/

With a new chalet build behind the 17th green, the Trophy Suite Club has a new home this year. That air-conditioned suite that caters to donors of the Birdies Partner Program can enjoy a spot next to The Military Outpost on the ridge overlooking the 18th tee.

"We always have pork chops in the Quad-Cities," McGuire said of the concessions for the JDC. "So Pork Chop Hill, which is from the old Oakwood days, is located between the 16th green and the 17th tee. They'll take care of your food and drink, any way you need to."