Photo by Haley Ausbun. The wine walk was back in downtown Renton, Friday, Sept. 27, with 12 new wineries, an artisan market and live music. Attendees tried wines throughout local businesses, including Sparkle Gifts and Whatnots.

Photo by Haley Ausbun. The wine walk was back in downtown Renton, Friday, Sept. 27, with 12 new wineries, an artisan market and live music. Attendees tried wines throughout local businesses, including Sparkle Gifts and Whatnots.

Wine, dine and walk in Renton

The wine walk was back in downtown Renton, Friday, Sept. 27, with 12 new wineries.

The Renton Pavilion Events Center was outfitted with an artisan market and live music, including musician Emily McVicker and Renton Municipal Arts Commission. Attendees tried wines throughout local businesses, including Antiques 4U and Sparkle Gifts and Whatnots, carrying a little souvenir bag and wine cups. Volunteers helped show attendees which businesses had wine-tasting sessions.


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Photo by Haley Ausbun. The wine walk was back in downtown Renton, Friday, Sept. 27, with 12 new wineries, an artisan market and live music. Attendees tried wines throughout local businesses, including Antiques 4U.

Photo by Haley Ausbun. The wine walk was back in downtown Renton, Friday, Sept. 27, with 12 new wineries, an artisan market and live music. Attendees tried wines throughout local businesses, including Antiques 4U.

Photo by Haley Ausbun. The wine walk was back in downtown Renton, Friday, Sept. 27, with 12 new wineries, an artisan market and live music. Attendees tried wines throughout local businesses, including Antiques 4U.

Photo by Haley Ausbun. The wine walk was back in downtown Renton, Friday, Sept. 27. The Renton Pavilion Events Center was outfitted with an artisan market and live music, including musician Emily McVicker.

Photo by Haley Ausbun. The wine walk was back in downtown Renton, Friday, Sept. 27. The Renton Pavilion Events Center was outfitted with an artisan market and live music, including musician Emily McVicker.

Photo by Haley Ausbun. The wine walk was back in downtown Renton, Friday, Sept. 27, featuring live music from Renton Municipal Arts Commission.

Photo by Haley Ausbun. The wine walk was back in downtown Renton, Friday, Sept. 27, featuring live music from Renton Municipal Arts Commission.

Photo by Haley Ausbun. The wine walk was back in downtown Renton, Friday, Sept. 27.

Photo by Haley Ausbun. The wine walk was back in downtown Renton, Friday, Sept. 27.

Photo by Haley Ausbun. The wine walk was back in downtown Renton, Friday, Sept. 27. Volunteers helped show attendees which businesses had wine-tasting sessions.

Photo by Haley Ausbun. The wine walk was back in downtown Renton, Friday, Sept. 27. Volunteers helped show attendees which businesses had wine-tasting sessions.

Photo by Haley Ausbun. The wine walk was back in downtown Renton, Friday, Sept. 27, with 12 new wineries, an artisan market and live music. Attendees tried wines throughout local businesses, including Antiques 4U.

Photo by Haley Ausbun. The wine walk was back in downtown Renton, Friday, Sept. 27, with 12 new wineries, an artisan market and live music. Attendees tried wines throughout local businesses, including Antiques 4U.

Photo by Haley Ausbun. The wine walk was back in downtown Renton, Friday, Sept. 27. The Renton Pavilion Events Center was outfitted with an artisan market and live music.

Photo by Haley Ausbun. The wine walk was back in downtown Renton, Friday, Sept. 27. The Renton Pavilion Events Center was outfitted with an artisan market and live music.

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