Submitted by Seabrook
Taste delicious local seafood and sip exceptional regional wine in a charming coastal community while supporting local nonprofits. The seventh annual Savor Seabrook Seafood & Wine Festival will feature live music and kid-friendly activities. Put on by Seabrook and Seabrook Community Foundation, the festival takes place on Saturday May 6 from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. at Seabrook’s Crescent Park, on the corner of Crescent Street and Meriweather Street, Pacific Beach.
Sample regional cuisine like oysters, razor clam, Dungeness crab and smoked salmon from restaurants Mill 109, Gourmondo, and Chelsea Farms. Wineries will include Chateau Ste. Michelle, Naches Heights Vineyards, Two Mountain Winery, The Woodhouse Wine Estates, Otis Kenyon, DeLille Cellars, Maryhill Winery, Reininger Winery, Masquerade Wine Company and Novelty Hill Januik.
Other vendors will include handblown candle holder shop Glassybaby and local sustainable company Sassy Seafood. Outside of the 21+ area, families will enjoy a bouncy house and other family-friendly activities. The festival will feature live music from Washington state musicians Ericka Corban, Sarah Gerritsen & the Shadow Catchers, Old Coast and Dan & Shannon Music.
All profits from the event will benefit the Seabrook Community Foundation, which supports local nonprofit organizations that focus on emergency services, animal welfare, youth recreational activities, education and other programs that enhance the local community.
Tickets are $20 at the door and include a souvenir Seabrook tasting glass and 10 sampling tickets. Additional tickets or tasting tokens will cost $1 each. Most wine will be 2 tickets and most food will be between 3 and 6 tickets, depending on the vendor.
To learn more about Seabrook, please visit Seabrook’s website. To make a Cottage Rentals reservation, call 360-276-0265.
Since 2004, Seabrook’s designed coastal community has preserved 350 acres of oceanfront Americana halfway between Seattle and Portland. Designed around the concept of a five-minute walk, environmentally-conscious trails weave through wind-sculpted spruce promenades and cozy New England homes to reach all communal retail and common areas. Featured as Sunset Magazine’s original Idea town in 2013, the inclusive community shares a central amphitheater, oceanfront parks, playgrounds, Town Hall, fire pits, horseshoe pits, heated indoor pool and spa and the spacious Crescent Park. Neighborhoods include Northwest Glen, Pacific Glen, Elk Creek and the Farm District, in addition to coastal rental cottages for seasonal guests. For property inquiries, visit http://www.seabrookwa.com/homes-for-sale-washington-coast, for reservations call 1-877-779-9990 or visit www.seabrookwa.com.