Wine Walks, Waldo, ECA open house | A&E Briefs

Jul 06, 2018

Wine Walks are July 7 and Aug. 4

Art Walk Edmonds, along with event coordinator Seattle Uncorked is bringing a sampling of local Washington wineries to Edmonds July 7 and Aug. 4.

Local winemakers who will be pouring their handcrafted wines in various shops.

Bottles can be purchased directly at the tasting tables or at the pop-up wine shop set up at Coldwell Banker Bain, tax-free for the evening.

A percentage of every purchase goes back to Art Walk Edmonds.

Art Walk Edmonds is sponsored by Ombu Salon + Spa, Coldwell Banker Bain of Edmonds and Cole Gallery. Adam Cobb of Windermere Real Estate Edmonds will be providing complimentary tasting glasses for both event dates. Amanda Denson of Windermere Real Estate Edmonds is sponsoring reusable bottle tote bags for the August event.

Arista Wine Cellars will also be open during the Wine Walks and pouring bonus tastes.

Tickets are $25. The advanced purchase discount ends the week of the event, and remaining tickets will be $30. I there are tickets available the day of the event, they will be sold starting at 5 p.m. at Coldwell Banker Bain.

If tickets sell out online prior to the event, up to 50 more tickets will be released starting at 6:30 p.m. the day of the event.

Info: www.artwalkedmonds.com/wine-walk-1.

Where’s Waldo? In Edmonds, of course

It’s the 2018 edition of Where’s Waldo?, which means he will be hiding in businesses around Edmonds all July. You can now pick up a passport at the Edmonds Bookshop and start hunting for Waldo. Fifty-two local businesses are participating this year.

Because these are local, independently owned businesses, the hours and days of operation may vary. Check www.edmondsdowntown.org for locations and hours.

The seventh annual Waldo search will culminate in a party and prize drawing 1 p.m. July 31 at Edmonds Bookshop, 111 Main St.

A grand prize of a deluxe, boxed-set of “Where’s Waldo?” books will be awarded to the winner. Many other prizes donated by local businesses will be awarded, too.

ECA has volunteer open house

Edmonds Center for the Arts has its annual New Volunteer Open House 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 15, at 410 Fourth Ave. N, Edmonds.

ECA volunteers have the opportunity to share their skills and love of the arts as they connect with people of all ages and backgrounds.

You can support Edmonds Center for the Arts through ushering, concessions, box office, administration and special events.

ECA provides all necessary training and no experience is required.

Information: 425 275-9480 or jim@ec4arts.org.

 

 

 

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