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The 14th Annual Great Pumpkin Beer Festival presented by Fred Hutch is back at the Seattle Center!

2018 marks the 14th year for the Great Pumpkin Beer Festival and 100% of the proceeds will once again benefit FRED HUTCH!

We invite you to join us at the Seattle Center, where 80+ pumpkin beers (plus a couple surprises) from near and far will be poured, including twenty or so from Elysian Brewing’s pumpkin-crazed brewers.

For those who haven’t been to GPBF – during each session, we have a giant, several-hundred pound pumpkin that is scooped, scorched, filled with pumpkin beer, sealed, conditioned, and then tapped at the fest for all to enjoy.

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ITALIAN WINE TASTING

The "Taste of Italy™," the popular Wine Tasting and Reception is moving back to the last weekend in September! The event
will be held this year on Friday, September 28, 2018 and will once again be located in the Seattle Center Armory, right next door to the Italian Festival in the heart of the Seattle Center grounds.

The "Taste of Italy™" is a chance for the general public to try some sixty wines from Italy at the minimal cost of $30 per
person in advance, or $35 at the door if space is available. Each ticket includes a souvenir wineglass and five 2 oz. tastes of wine.
Additional tastes may be purchased for $2.50 apiece, and there will be sparkling water, bread, Italian antipasti and cruditès available for palate-cleansing.

You must be 21 years of age to be able to attend this event and there is no child-care provided. In addition, attendees will be able to view a mixed-media comptition of art about Italy, and the Festa Italiana Historical Photo Exhibit. Patrons can also order cases of wine to be delivered the following week.

Details are as follows:

When: Friday, September 28th from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM

Where: Center House / Armory at Seattle Center

Live Music by: Danny Quintero & His Band

Catering by: Big John's PFI

Cost: $30 per person in advance, $35 at the Door if space is available. You must be 21 years of age to enter.

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Nationally recognized as a premier U.S. tea festival, and winning the first ever awarded “Best Grassroots Educational Tea Event” at the 2018 World Tea Expo, the Northwest Tea Festival, will again delight long-time tea lovers and new fans of all ages! This year’s exciting agenda includes over 20 stage presentations, 45 workshops and 25 tea tasting experiences, led by some of the leading tea experts in the country.

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Gather your friends for a fun shopping event on Main Street in downtown Sumner on Saturday, September 22nd! BUY TICKETS IN ADVANCE (or wait in line to buy tickets the “day of”)! This is an annual event and should not be missed!

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Edible Hope Kitchen invites you to a jam packed event of music, food, raffles, and of course beer to raise money to help feed our
neighbors in need, encourage community, and end homelessness.Food is graciously donated by Hattie's Hat, Tall Grass Bakery, Cafe Besalu, and other local eateries. The spectacular Spencer Glenn Band will be playing some sweet jams. Our neighbors at Gravity Payments will be managing donations for an exciting Raise the Paddle. And 100% of beer sales from Lagunitas Seattle TapRoom & Beer Sanctuary will go directly to Edible Hope. Tickets are available for purchase online now. Please join us!

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It’s back and sweeter than ever! Come treat your sweet tooth to the best sweet treats our city has to offer curbside! Plus shop from
over 100 local handmade and flea booths all day long. Family-friendly and free.

Got a tasty food booth? Contact us at vendor@nwmarketplaces.com

Hike up your Lederhosen and get ready for Kirkland Oktoberfest! The 6th annual Kirkland Oktoberfest returns bigger and better than ever as Seattle's authentic Oktoberfest tradition, winner of the "Best Festival" award from 425 Magazine.

Sept. 21-23, 2018. Online tickets valid for all 3 days admission.

Weekend Passes include re-entry all weekend long. Just keep your wristband. No re-entry after 8 PM

Details
Three epic days of cold bier, hot sauages and sizzling oompa. The most fun you'll have this side of the Rhine! Featuring loads of games, local craft biers, imported German biers and special guests S-BAHN and Bavarian Beer Garden Band!

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Washington Artisan Cheesemakers Festival showcases a wide array of artisan and farmstead cheeses made in Washington. The festival exclusively features local cheesemakers and celebrates the terroir of Washington State. All the cheeses available at the festival are made with milk from animals that graze on local pasturelands and made by artisans who call Washington home. We invite you to meet the cheesemakers, learn about their products and philosophy, and sample some of the finest cheeses made in Washington. In addition to over 20 cheesemakers the festival will also feature artisan foods and beverages from local producers to pair with the cheeses.

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Get truck’d this September 15th in South Lake Union for our 3rd Annual Trucktoberfest! Seattle’s favorite food trucks paired with over 30 local craft breweries, wines and ciders to kick off Oktoberfest season! Tickets go on sale August 1st starting at only $20 for tasting glass and 6 beer tokens.

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Redmond’s Downtown Park will be a gathering place for the neighborhood and a venue for community events. Come meet your neighbors to celebrate the grand opening!

• Performance by Lucia Neare’s Theatrical Wonders

• Digital art by Maja Petrić

• Interactive, family-friendly activities

• Community Picnic

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