Photos by Bailey Jo Josie/Sound Publishing

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After the rain comes the rainbow: Renton’s Pride Wine Walk returns | Photos

Presented June 14 by Renton Downtown Partnership and Renton Pride

Presented by Renton Downtown Partnership and Renton Pride, the Sip and Strut Wine Walk made its return on June 14.

Small business vendors and LGBTQ+ artists and vendors showed their wares at the Renton Pavilion Events Center while local wineries partnered with various downtown Renton businesses.

Along with vendors, the event had Drag Queen Story Time with Kara Sutra with United Chrisitan Church, a free book booth and DIY Pride pin maker with the King County Library System, along with booths providing free information and Pride flags from Renton Pride and PFLAG Seattle.

Cugini Florists & Fine Gifts hosted Salida, Salon Fifty 7 hosted Bacovino, Salty Blue hosted Cedar River Cellars, Black River Cultural Arts Center hosted Truthteller and Fidélitas, Vigor Fitness hosted T2 Cellar, Esme and Elodie hosted Michael Florentino Cellars, Pencil Test hosted House of Smith, Urban Sprouts hosted Leony’s Cellar, Wyldwood Creative hosted Elsom Cellars, Macadon hosted Three of Cups and Drum Roll Wine presented its in-house wine.


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Photos by Bailey Jo Josie/Sound Publishing

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Photos by Bailey Jo Josie/Sound Publishing

Photos by Bailey Jo Josie/Sound Publishing

Photos by Bailey Jo Josie/Sound Publishing

Photos by Bailey Jo Josie/Sound Publishing

Photos by Bailey Jo Josie/Sound Publishing

Photos by Bailey Jo Josie/Sound Publishing

Photos by Bailey Jo Josie/Sound Publishing

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