Encompass 5th Annual ‘SipFest’ Moves Outdoors to Historic Snoqualmie

As the City of Snoqualmie works to finish a yearlong remodeling project through the downtown core, Encompass is gearing up for its big, yearly fundraiser that will use renovated Railroad Park as the backdrop.. and take the 2015 ‘sipping’ outdoors.

On Friday, June 26, 2015, Encompass will host its 5th annual SipFest in Snoqualmie from 6:30PM to 9:30PM. This year’s event will take place outdoors, in downtown historic Snoqualmie, allowing attendees an early glimpse at the newly renovated Railroad Community Park.

Guests will be entertained by Eastside Jam’s mix of popular rock, blues, and classic hits while they taste delicious food and drink from 25 wineries, 15 breweries and 15 local restaurants. Vendors and local artists will also provide booths for added entertainment and a raffle and a silent auction will take place – with generous prizes donated from various local companies.

“SipFest is honored to be working together with the Snoqualmie Casino, along with all of our sponsors and vendors, in creating a platform that brings the community together,” said Emily Ridout, project coordinator. “Come enjoy delicious libations, cuisine and live music while supporting this great cause!”

The Snoqualmie Valley YMCA and Community Center will also be providing low-cost childcare during the event for children ages 3 to 12. Additionally, guests residing in Snoqualmie Ridge can utilize a complimentary round-trip shuttle service, courtesy of Compass Outdoor Adventures.

All SipFest proceeds directly benefit Encompass, a nonprofit, Snoqualmie Valley organization specializing in early learning and pediatric therapy.

For more information and to purchase tickets, visit www.encompass.org or visit SipFest’s Facebook page.



ENCOMPASS is an independent, non-profit organization established in 1966 with a mission to nurture children, enrich families and inspire community. The expert staff is committed to applying best practices and innovative strategies to education and therapy programs. Encompass serves the Snoqualmie Valley, Issaquah, Sammamish and greater Eastside.

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