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Wine tasting event set for July 17 in downtown Kent

Tickets available through Kent Downtown Partnership

The Downtown Kent Partnership (KDP) will host the Sip, Swirl and Savor wine event from noon to 3 p.m. on Saturday, July 17.

The event will be outdoors in the First Avenue Plaza Park in historic downtown. Tickets are limited to 150 people, with select tasting times.

Grab some friends and Sip, Swirl, & Savor your way through samples of delicious Washington wines. Guests can also expect samples like chocolates, charcuterie and more provided by local businesses. The event will occur during the Inside OUT open-air marketplace, so come early to explore shops, artists and vendors, restaurants and live entertainment. Wine tasting requires a ticket and you must be 21 or older.

KDP is taking the COVID-19 pandemic very seriously. The group said it is committed to ensuring guests have a great time while remaining safe. Tickets will be refunded if the event is canceled due to pandemic restrictions.

Sip, Swirl and Savor

• Wineries: Dama Wines, Love that RED, Patterson Cellars, 425 Cellars, Three of Cups and Sky River Mead Winery

• Food tastes: Coro Foods, Dilittante Chocolates, Dan the Sausage Man and Veronica’s Charcuterie

• Music: Adria Xavier Band, blending reggae with universal messages of peace, community and love

• Cost: $30, includes 10 tasting tickets, a disposable wine glass and wrist band

Proceeds will benefit the Kent Downtown Partnership and go toward future programs and projects in Historic Downtown Kent.

For tickets and more information, go to downtownkentwa.com.


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