On February 27, hundreds of people will flock to the historic Sandpoint Naval Air Station Hangar 30 in Magnuson Park to attend the annual event, Debuts & Discoveries. Windermere has a proud heritage of serving our communities, such as this fun event, which supports an outstanding cause. For the third year in a row, Windermere is proud to be the lead sponsor of Debuts & Discoveries, held by the University Sunrise Rotary Club, and benefitting Outdoors for All and its mission to enrich quality of life for children and adults with disabilities through outdoor recreation.
University Sunrise Rotary presents an unlimited tasting smorgasbord of the latest 30+ local beverage creations. Complementing these new flavors will be a bevy of delicious food from a variety of local food trucks. Four sample tastings from the food trucks are included with your admission and you can purchase bottles of the beverages that you like best as you leave. Join us on Saturday, February 27, for a terrific night to support our Seattle community and taste the newest in local craft beverage makers!
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This past Saturday, hundreds of people flocked to Magnuson Park to attend the Windermere-sponsored Debuts & Discoveries event. The event was held by University Sunrise Rotary Club, which benefited the University District Food Bank and Pack For Kids Program. There was a plentiful amount of vendors, offering both food and drinks. Here’s what stood out to us:
Chaicider From Schilling Cider – If you’re into Chai, this cider might as well have been made for you. It was one of those drinks where every time you tasted it, it just got better and better. Put down the beer and wine, because this is your new official “go-to” drink.
Wicked Pies Food Truck: If we had to pick one vendor where the line never seemed to get shorter, this would be it. Not that the other food vendors weren’t equally as yummy, there’s just something about pizza that calls to the masses. Wicked Pies pizza was the perfect combo of non-greasy, fresh toppings, and crust. Let’s face it, pizza is catnip for humans; we’ll never turn a slice (or two, or three) down.
Whitewall Brewing’s Oatmeal Pale Ale: Straight out of the gates, this is the first drink we tried. Besides the fact that the owners, Sean and Aaron, were extremely friendly, this pale ale was dangerously tasty.
The cherry on top of the event? Everyone got to take home these incredibly classy wine glasses. Windermere is honored to have sponsored and taken part in this awesome event and hope to do it all again next year!
Who: Hosted by the University Sunrise Rotary for the University Foodbank
What: Discover the newest wineries, distilleries, breweries, cideries, and food trucks!
Where: Hangar 30 @ Maguson Park (Laurelhurst)
When: March 21 from 5-8pm
Why: One never needs a reason to throw a party with plentiful amounts of food and drink. HOWEVER, the funds raised at this event provide “Packs For Kids,” a program that provides nutritious meals to children who are at risk of going hungry on weekends. If those two reasons aren’t good enough, then it’s safe to say you probably don’t have a soul.
Tickets are $30 in advance and available at www.usrotary.org.
For the second year in a row, local Windermere offices—Wedgwood, Sand Point and Northgate—have banded together to be the primary sponsor of this community event. For questions email NancyBolin@Windermere.com.