Attention Wine Lovers: SipFest Returns to Historic Snoqualmie on July 9th

Tickets to the 6th annual SipFest Snoqualmie are selling fast at This highly anticipated event is Saturday, July 9th, from 6:00-9:00 PM outdoors in the picturesque Snoqualmie Railroad Park.

SipFest was started by Encompass as the Sip of Snoqualmie in 2011 and was held in the Snoqualmie Casino ballroom. The following year the festival was held in Railroad Park with a Winemakers Dinner at the Casino. Encompass ran SipFest through 2015 and then passed it along to Rotary Club in 2016.

Since those first heady days, the club has moved from trying to produce the event entirely independently to hiring a professional wine event producer, who’s taken a lot of the burden from the Rotarians.

This move freed the club up to solicit sponsorships, donations, and ticket sales. Attendance has been moderate to very good, with their first sell-out year in 2021. 

So, enjoy the open air and abundance of space in a healthy, safe environment to stroll about, sip, mingle, munch, and listen to live music by Dynamite Supreme.

Bring your glass to taste wine, beer and cider samples from local wineries, breweries, and cideries. Enjoy the charcuterie provided by Snoqualmie Casino and enjoy a night out in a beautiful setting!

New this year:

  • Craft, coffee and dessert tables
  • The People’s Choice Award–vote for your favorite winery, brewery or cideries
  • Test your skill at the Rotary Cornhole and get a special wine glass cover (to keep those pesky bugs out of your wine)

Tickets are now available at

This event is a collaboration between the Rotary Club of Snoqualmie Valley and Seattle Uncorked. Thank you to our major sponsors Snoqualmie CasinoSno Falls Credit Union and Seattle Seahawks.  

Rotary exists to advance the ideal of Service above Self. We are a group of active volunteers committed to supporting community non-profit organizations in the Snoqualmie Valley.

100% of all fundraising event proceeds are given back to the community.

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