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Tickets on sale now for Gig Harbor Wine and Food Festival

GIG HARBOR, WASo you want to learn which wines pair best with your favorite sushi? Or how to marinate fresh tuna in gin and tonic? Early bird tickets are now on sale for the Third Annual Gig Harbor Wine and Food Festival on July 14, and early buyers get both a discount and first chance to sign up first for a number of classes offered at the event.

Tickets can be purchased online on the festival’s website (www.harborwineandfoodfest.com). Until June 15, buyers get a $10 discount, which means they pay only $65 for the day-long event. Available classes—included with admission—are listed on the festival’s website.

“This is the first year we’ve had online sign-ups for classes,” said Victoria Trimmer, event director for the festival. “If people want to make sure they get to attend their favorite classes, they should sign up as early as possible. We sold out last year, and we’re looking for another sold-out event this year. I hate the idea of someone showing up and not being able to get a ticket, but once they’re gone, they’re gone.”

The Third Annual Gig Harbor Wine & Food Festival is presented by the Gig Harbor Historic Waterfront Association and will take place on the grounds of the Harbor History Museum on July 14. The event will include multiple tasting tents with more than 25 wineries, breweries, and restaurant and food purveyors represented. Also featured will be a wide selection of educational offerings, including wine seminars and cooking demonstrations, and a celebrity chef cook-off. Attendees will have the opportunity to bid on a variety of dining and winemaker dinner packages.

The Gig Harbor Historic Waterfront Association (GHHWA), a Main StreetTM Organization, brings together community and waterfront stakeholders in order to encourage economic vitality and to preserve the historic character and quality of the area. For more information on the GHHWA, visit their website at www.gigharborhistoricwaterfront.org, or contact Executive Director Mary DesMarais at info@ghhwa.org or (253)514-0071.