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Posted on: March 21, 2019

Sip Suds & Si Returns to Downtown North Bend on March 30th


The North Bend Downtown Foundation is partnering with wineries, breweries, artists and musicians to bring you the second Sip, Suds & Si from 5 to 8 p.m. on Saturday, March 30th. Sip, Suds & Si is an art walk with live music, wine and beer tasting throughout historic downtown North Bend.

Shop with your local merchants and artists, sample delicious wine, beer, mead, cider, and enjoy music while mingling with friends and neighbors!

Your Sip Suds & Si experience starts at the historic Train Depot, located at 205 McClellan Street, where you will check in, or register and pick up your glass and 10 taste tokens. Next, stroll through the Historic District of North Bend, visiting some of your favorite merchants who are hosting wineries, breweries, artists, and musicians.

Tickets are on sale now:

Tastes of wine and beer will be provided by William Grassie Wine Estates, Mount Si Winery,  Le Bec Fin, Market Cellar Winery, Gregarious Cellars, Bunnell Family Cellar, Longdrop Cider Leavenworth, Sky River Mead & Wine, Tertulia Cellars Woodinville Tasting Room, DiStefano Winery,  Orenda Winery, Tricycle Cellars, Glacier View Cellars,  No Boat Brewing Company, Snoqualmie Falls Brewery, Dru Bru, Pear Up Cider... and more

Music by Tinkham Road is part of the fun.  Many of you already know and love this local group.  For those of you who have not yet heard this group, you are in for a treat! Tinkham Road is a collective of musicians performing historical music of the Snoqualmie Valley and the Pacific Northwest. From logging ballads to railroad tunes and original music inspired by our local landscape, Tinkham Road plays an eclectic mix of old and new.

Ask Sophie will be at birches habitat, and Judd Wasserman Music will be at Twin Peaks Nutrition and Wellness.  Additionally, enjoy the talented buskers (street musicians), positioned throughout the route, who are sharing their lovely music.

For your convenience, an optional wine/beer check is available. If you so elect, your purchases can be picked up by the Wine Wagon, and stored back at the Train Depot, for easy access when you have completed the walk.

In order to participate in the "tastes" from wineries and breweries, you must be 21 years of age. Those under 21 do not require a ticket and may join you on the walk, but they must not consume alcohol.

Absolutely no alcohol may be consumed or transported in open containers on the streets, it must be consumed in the venues that are hosting wineries and breweries on the route, or other licensed establishments.

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