Adult Fun in The City, Saturday, August 13, 2011

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Update from the BrewFest committee

The secret is getting out! Saturday, August 13, 2011 from 3-7 pm is the time for a little adult fun in The City of Shoreline and the 4-Corners MicroBrewFest is a fine place for it.

This MicroBrewFest supports four neighborhood associations (Richmond Beach, Richmond Highlands, Innis Arden and Hillwood Community Network.) It also supports local businesses including the 20 local microbreweries within our midst! 

When entertainment with the band Takes All Kinds and the eclectic-style lead singer Diva Menke-Thielman (Shoreline H.S. graduate) gets added to the mix we have a good-times, grass-roots party. This is going to be good!

How often do you get an invitation like this in our city? Sample 10 different beers, enjoy a summer August afternoon together with your friends, listen to good music, sample some scrumptious food from our local food establishment Full Moon Thai, laugh, and maybe dance a little too?

We had a bit of local sponsorship as well. Whidbey Island Bank and CleanScapes each tipped in some cash (a wonderful investment in our community) plus in-kind donation of waste collection and disposal for the event.

Tickets are convenient to purchase in person or online and priced well at $30.
Located right on the 4-Corners intersection (8th Ave NW and Richmond Beach Road), our local business, Beach House Greetings offers you the convenience of cash ticket purchases. If purchasing tickets online is more your style please go to our website and click the Brown Paper Tickets link.

The City of Shoreline has a lot of family activities, but rarely adult-only fun. If you are 21 years or older, here is your invitation. Join us in some adult community fun!


Anonymous,  June 22, 2011 at 7:57 AM  

Re: Adult Fun in The City;
We encourage Shoreline residents to purchase tickets and we welcome everyone. The fun is just for adults and not only for Shoreline residents.

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