Sip Suds & Si returns to downtown North Bend, March 30th

The North Bend Downtown Foundation is partnering with wineries, breweries, artists and musicians to bring the second Sip, Suds & Si to the Snoqualmie Valley. On Saturday, March 30th from 5PM – 8PM, residents can stroll through the streets of historic downtown North Bend and enjoy live music, art and wine and beer tastings.

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

Wine and beer tastings will be offered 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 will be provided by hometown favorite Tinkham Road, Ask Sophie and Judd Wasserman Music. Street musicians will positioned throughout the event route.

In order to participate in the “tastes” from wineries and breweries, attendees must be 21 years of age. Those under 21 do not require a ticket and can join the walk, but can’t participate in tastings.

Note: An optional wine/beer check will also be available for those wishing to purchase bottles from wineries and breweries. 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 or other licensed establishments.

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