More than 500 people participated in the Bothell Kenmore Chamber’s 2018 Holiday Wine, Beer & Spirits Walk through Bothell’s Main Street on Dec. 13. Photo courtesy of Bothell Kenmore Chamber Facebook page.

More than 500 people participated in the Bothell Kenmore Chamber’s 2018 Holiday Wine, Beer & Spirits Walk through Bothell’s Main Street on Dec. 13. Photo courtesy of Bothell Kenmore Chamber Facebook page.

Bothell Kenmore Chamber celebrates 2018 Holiday Wine, Beer and Spirits Walk

UW Bothell served as a sponsor and community partner for the event.

The Bothell Kenmore Chamber recently hosted its 2018 Holiday Wine, Beer & Spirits Walk through Main Street.

People laughed, danced, sang, sipped, skipped and strolled from shop to shop tasting and shopping. A few of the participating businesses included Hillcrest Baker, Revolve Food & Wine, Evergreen Karate and Jiu Jitsu, Zulu’s Board Game Cafe, Selyn Boutique and Nancy Pipinich.

The University of Washington Bothell served as a sponsor and community partner for the event.

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