This Weekend’s Taste Washington Event Joins Forces with Red Cross to Assist in Mudslide Disaster Relief
SEATTLE – Event producers of Taste Washington will tap the generosity of some 4,000 event patrons who attend the largest single-region wine and food event in the nation this weekend.
Visit Seattle and the Washington State Wine Commission, which partner to produce the event, are facilitating American Red Cross of Snohomish County cash collection stations on the show floor; 100 percent of these donations will go directly to the mud slide disaster victims.
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Seattle Beer Week Event – Pike Brewing is the venue for Planned Parenthood’s fundraiser, Thirsty Sisters-Women in Beer on Monday, May 12. It is a gathering of women who brew, distill, market and sell beer. Taste one-off brews from the world of thirsty sisters, and sample delicious treats from women-owned restaurateurs and bakers. Represented will be brewsters from all around Washington, Oregon, Colorado, Alaska, and Pennsylvania. You’ll love meeting Carol Stoudt, from Stoudt’s Brewing, the first woman brewer since prohibition. There will also be cider and spirits, all made by women. Please join us. Cost is $35 with proceeds going to Planned Parenthood. Purchase tickets at www.brownpapertickets.com/event/350802