Selah Sip & Stroll event planned for Saturday

Art Walk features six local artists
Selah Sip And Stroll

SELAH, Wash. — After being delayed for a year due to the pandemic, the first annual Selah Sip & Stroll and Art Walk is set for Saturday.

“It’s just a great time to kind of get out, shake off some dust from the COVID blues and get to see your neighbors and your friends and people in the community you maybe haven’t seen in over a year,” said Katrina Henkle, Executive Director with the Selah Downtown Association.

More than 25 local vendors, six artists sponsored by six businesses will be spread out at 12 locations across Downtown Selah. The 21 and older event will run from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. and is hosted by the Selah Chamber of Commerce and Selah Downtown Association.

Pre-sale tickets can be purchased for $20 online here, at Christina Williams Insurance Agency or Hang Loose Shave Ice until Friday, and include a complementary commemorative wine glass while supplies last.

Tickets can also be purchased at the door on the day of the event for $25; each ticket comes with three food samples and three drink samples and a wristband to show that the person is 21 or older and has purchased a ticket.

Participating businesses include:

  • Selah Springs
  • Custom Tile
  • CW Insurance Agency
  • Edward Jones
  • Allan Insurance
  • Love Couture
  • Salon 17
  • Pastime
  • Abbees Floral
  • Selah Skincare
  • Pingrey Ford
  • Bier Den
  • Wine — Grocery Outlet
  • Swede Hill
  • Freehand Winery
  • Ellensburg Canyon Winery
  • Ruby Magdalena
  • Single Hill — Grocery Outlet
  • 5th Line
  • Rider Cellar
  • Varietal
  • Sin Banderas Wines
  • Naches Heights Vineyard Vines
  • Taste of Heaven
  • Bulls Eye
  • Manna BBQ & Smoke House
  • My Little Restauratnt
  • Toro Taco
  • The Pub
  • El Caproal
  • The Ratluiffs Pastries
  • Red Rooster
  • Magics
  • Taco Shack
  • Nuyu Juice Bar
  • Tailgaters
  • Sundance
  • Tiffany’s
  • Tree Top
  • Crave
  • Norm’s of Yakima
  • Bron Yr Aur Brewing Co.

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