Vancouver Washington Sip And Stroll Is Saturday Benefiting The Hough Foundation

Dated: 05/16/2013

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Fun times in Clark County Vancouver, mark your calendars!

There is a popular Vancouver activity approaching the Clark County area very soon, so get your pen and paper out and mark your calendars!
It's the 4th Annual Sip & Stroll! This event takes place in the heart of Vancouver’s Uptown Village & Downtown merchant districts, each merchant features a tasting from a regional craft brewer and /or winery. The tour begins at The Burgerville Center for Responsible Community Leadership at 1602 Main Street in Vancouver and spans over 12 blocks. It's a self guided tour that you won't want to miss, brought to you by the Hough Foundation & Riverview Community Bank. The ticket price ($35, discount available with online registration) includes wine or beer tastings at each location, free shuttle service along the route, and exclusive discounts from participating merchants. Get your discounted tickets here!
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