Downtown Issaquah Wine Walk

2016 Wine Walk First Fridays, Feb – June

The Downtown Issaquah Association is pleased to announce the Fifth Annual Downtown Issaquah Wine Walk Series. This year the series is bigger and better than ever.  We have added new venues and will be bringing more music and wineries.

Downtown Issaquah Wine Walk is a first Friday evening event that is fun and supports the community.  Enjoy live music, art happenings, some snacks and local boutique wines poured in various tasting locations up and down Front Street.  Front Street shops and restaurants are open to the general public during Wine Walk and all ages are.

A RAIN, SNOW OR SHINE EVENT

February 5, March 4, April 1, May 6, June 3

Thank you to our Sponsors

 Proceeds benefit the Downtown Issaquah Association

BYOG!  Help us reduce waste and BYOG (bring your own glass) to Downtown Issaquah Wine Walks!

Tickets:
$25 in advance or $30 day of the event

(NOTE: Online tickets sales available until 3:00 p.m. Day of) 

PICK UP YOUR TICKET  AT THE SHELL (No paper tickets issued).
(Includes 10 one ounce drink tokens)

  • Check in starts at 6:00  at the Historic Shell Station – 232 Front Street North
  • You must be 21 to purchase wine tasting tickets
  • Will call for pre-paid tickets require identification for the name tickets were purchased under
  • Maps of tasting locations, plastic wine glass, tokens and wristband provided at check in.
  • Take a bottle of wine home from the tastings.  Available for purchase at the Hailstone Feed Store.
May
6
Fri
Downtown Issaquah Wine Walk May 6, 2016 @ Historic Shell Station
May 6 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Downtown Issaquah Wine Walk May 6, 2016 @ Historic Shell Station | Issaquah | Washington | United States

Downtown Issaquah Wine Walk is a first Friday evening event that is fun and supports the community. Enjoy live music, art happenings, some snacks and local boutique wines poured in various tasting locations up and down Front Street. Front Street shops and restaurants are open to the general public during Wine Walk and all ages are welcome.

BYOG (bring your own glass) to Downtown Issaquah Wine Walk the first Friday of the month Friday, May 6th 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. Alcohol is not allowed on the street. All alcohol must be consumed in the tasting locations. This is a Washington State Law. Buy tickets in advance. Tickets are limited and event may sell out.
Front Street Wine Walk venues include Art By Fire Glass Blowing Studio, artEAST Art Center, Experience Tea, First Stage Theatre, LaPetit Salon, Pelage Spa, Issaquah Library, Revolve, Train Depot, Village Theatre, Yum-E Yogurt.

Wineries include Convergence Zone, Bunnell Cellars, Cloudlift Cellars, Damsel Cellars, Nachos Heights Vineyard, Pine Lake Cellars, Sol Stone, Masquerade Wine, Vortex, Waving Tree Winery, and Wildridge Winery.
May 6th LIVE MUSIC PERFORMANCES

Scott Lindenmuth– First Stage Theatre- the Scott Lindenmuth Trio performs unique arrangements of jazz standards and original music featuring dynamic group improvisation and spontaneous, creative soloing.
Kaleidoscope– Pedestrian Park- Kaleidoscope School of Music features Rock Elite musicians of all ages performing rock hits.
Collaborative Works with Mike Stafford– Train Depot – Collaborative Works Jazz, led by drummer Mike Stafford, is an instrumental jazz trio comprised of guitar, bass and drums. They cover jazz compositions spanning from memorable standards, lost gems and contemporary works.
Troy Kline- Village Theatre-Troy Kline puts on a meaningful performance that is passionate and exceptionally dynamic every time he hits the stage. Taking the jazz standards he loves to the next level.
May 6th ART HAPPENINGS

artEAST – The artEAST “tasting room” gives you the insider view of ART as well as wine! This destination gallery represents nearly 100 local artists, many who will be on hand that night, giving you the opportunity to meet the artist, watch demonstrations and discuss their work and vision in person.

Art by Fire – Watch elegant, hand-crafted art glass being created before your eyes with a live glass blowing demonstrations.

Issaquah LibraryMuseo Art Academy helps you create page collage with imagery, print overlaid on chip board. Chat with local authors:
-Anita Feng- author and poet
-Robin Russell, teacher and author of both adult and children’s books.
-Gail E. Kretchmer, short story author and novelist.
-Gail Folkins, essayist and author of a memoir set on Squak Mountain.

First Stage Theatre- Marjorie Dwiggins features hand worked leather pieces. Sharon Pfister shares her unique reflections in fused glass.

Village Theatre- Camille Sugrue of Herrnon Crafts features wine accessories, beverage totes, cutlery, kitchen and personal grooming items created with exotic and domestic hardwoods embellished with custom castings and beach glass.

Train Depot- Lisa Myers features unique mixed media collage. Greg Delaney shares wearable art and sculpture.
A RAIN OR SHINE EVENT
Ticket Reservations wine walk on line at:
www.downtownissaquah.com/wine-walk
$25 in advance or $30 at the event if not sold out
(Includes 10 one ounce drink tokens)

• Check in starts at 6:00 at the Hailstone Feed store (the historic Shell Station) – 232 Front Street.
• You must be 21 to purchase wine tasting tickets.
• Will call for pre-paid tickets require identification for the name tickets were purchased under.
• Maps of tasting locations, plastic wine glass, tokens and wristband provided at check in.
• Take a bottle of wine home from the tastings or enjoy at several restaurants with no corkage fee. Available for purchase at the Hailstone Feed Store.

Thank you to our Sponsors

ArtByFire, Artitudes, Boehms, Capri Cellars, Coho Computer, Countryside Floral, Fischer Meats, Flying Pie, Issaquah Reporter, KRWM, Levitate, My Chef Lynn, Pelage Spa, Valley Record, and valued nonprofit partners artEAST, Issaquah History Museums, KCLS, Northwest Art Alliance, Talking Rain and Village Theatre First Stage
Proceeds benefit the Downtown Issaquah Association

Jun
3
Fri
Downtown Issaquah Wine Walk June 3, 2016 @ Historic Shell Station
Jun 3 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Downtown Issaquah Wine Walk June 3, 2016 @ Historic Shell Station | Issaquah | Washington | United States

The Downtown Issaquah Association is pleased to announce the Fifth Annual Downtown Issaquah Wine Walk Series.

Downtown Issaquah Wine Walk is a first Friday evening event that is fun and supports the community. Enjoy live music, art happenings, some snacks and local boutique wines poured in various tasting locations up and down Front Street. Front Street shops and restaurants are open to the general public during Wine Walk and all ages are welcome.

Event dates:

Friday, February 5
Friday, March 4
Friday, April 1
Friday, May 6
Friday, June 3

BYOG (bring your own glass) to Downtown Issaquah Wine Walk the first Friday of the month February – June.

Front Street Wine Walk venues include ArtByFire Glass Blowing Studio, artEAST Art Center, First Stage Theater, Pelage Spa, Experience Tea, King County Library, Train Depot, Yum-E Yogurt

Wineries include Stomani Cellars, Micheal Florentino Winery, Pine Lake Cellars, Armstrong Family Winery, Wilridge Winery, Patterson Cellars, Flying Dreams Winery and Don Carlo Winery

CHOCOLATE!  This will also be a chocolate event  featuring the fine art of chocolatiers including Boehms Candies, Bluestreak Chocolates  and Immaculate Confections.

A RAIN, SNOW OR SHINE EVENT
$25 in advance or $30 day of event
(Includes 10 one ounce drink tokens)

  • Check in starts at 6:00 at the Hailstone Feed store (the historic Shell Station) – 232 Front Street
  • You must be 21 to purchase wine tasting tickets
  • Will call for pre-paid tickets require identification for the name tickets were purchased under
  • Maps of tasting locations, plastic wine glass, tokens and wristband provided at check in.
  • Take a bottle of wine home from the tastings. Available for purchase at the Hailstone Feed Store.
  • Ticket sales final –  no refunds