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Where to go this Weekend

Winewalk
The Downtown Kirkland Wine Walk is this Friday June 17th from 6-9pm.  You'll start at the Heathman Hotel and meander (stumble?) to 14 different downtown locations for tastings.  Tickets are $25 and can be purchased here.  This is a 21+ event so best to leave your puppies and little peeps at home. Questions? Call 425-822-7066.

 

Bloomsday Photo: River Liffey by Walt Krueger


Once your wine headache wears off, on Saturday 6/18 head to the Wilde Rover (111 Central Way) for a James Joyce Bloomsday Celebration. What is Bloomsday you ask?? Ulysses author James Joyce's Bloomsday refers to June 16, 1904 and a day in the life of Leopold Bloom, the main character in the Joyce novel, a book acclaimed as one of the greatest works of fiction ever written.  Fans of the book host events on or about that day annually around the world.  There will readings, Irish music, open mike and a movie, in addition to a presentation by a retired UW Professor of Comparative Literature to discuss the adaptation of The Dead from text to screen.  Check out the Kirkland Bloomsday Facebook page for more info.

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Also on Saturdays, don't forget to visit Little Brother's Farmers Market between 10-3 at 450 Central Way (Arete Building). Local farmers selling their products; fresh produce, baked goodies, fresh flowers, ciders (apple, blueberry, pear), tomato and basil plants, meat, peanuts - and live music too!

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