Get A Hard Cider On In Snohomish This Month July 26, 2016
Cider House rules in Snohomish this month
(SNOHOMISH, WA.) -- Want to taste 30 different hard ciders belonging to 10 cider makers from the Northwest and beyond?
Then quit you're grinnin' and grab your linen and get thee down to the Snohomish Hard Cider Festival July 30 in downtown Snohomish.
Those swell swizzle-stickers, the Snohomish Kiwanis Clubbers are puttin' on this hoedown.
It happens from 1pm to 5 pm at 105 Cedar Avenue in lovely downtown Snohomish where, if you listen closely after sundown you'll sometimes hear the bells from St. Marys ringing softly in the cool night air.
Or perhaps not.
Besides those hard cider makers hard at work making hard ciders (check that, three hards in one sentence, probably a new journalistic record) you're gonna get to hear some swell music by the lovely and talented Erin McNamee and Hillary Grace Fretland.
And none of this fine and festive activity comes cheap. Gonna cost $25 a head to get into that hoedown and start poppin' hard cider shots left and right until you see visions of Joan Crawford and/or Joan of Arc. (Don't forget designated drivers).
Guests (that would be you) will have the opportunity to purchase some of the fine ciders to take home to your very own crib and enjoy. Hey, didn't we tell you this was gonna be fun?
Tickets are available online at www.SnohomishCiderFest.com and at the gate. All who attend must be 21 or older to enter the "tasting garden" and provide I.D. at the gate.
All proceeds benefit the Snohomish Kiwanis Club Charitable Foundation, a 501(c) 3 non-profit whose mission is to support the youth of our community, which in our book is a pretty stand up thing to do.