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8 events to devour this month

Sep 1st, 2018 | Category: Food

September is Eat Local Month. And while each month has delicious locally grown and made products, these next 30 days are filled with lots of goodness. Here are 8 delicious happenings to devour this month. Enjoy!

HOSA Pop-Up Shop and Scoundrels Release: Saturday, Sept. 1. HOSAco is releasing their first Harvest Series sauce, a limited edition craft hot sauce made with Cloud Mountain Farm Center peppers that’s a sweet friend to their flagship Standard. Come out for StrEAT Food specialties, Kulshan Brewing Company taps, and free samples of HOSA from 1-7 p.m. at Kulshan Brewing Company, 2238 James St, Bellingham. Watch for their next pop-up coming Dec. 1.hosa scoundrels web

Upper Left Beerfest: With the support of the City of Everett as well as the Downtown Everett Association, the Upper Left Beerfest returns for two days on Friday and Saturday, Sept. 7-8. Over 30 of the best breweries and cideries from around the Northwest will be on hand sharing their best products, as well as music, food and more. This event is 21+ only. Each ticket (per day) will include a 5oz. Upper Left Beerfest commemorative tasting glass and 6 tasting tokens. Friday hours are 4-8:30 p.m. and Saturday hours are noon to 7 p.m. See

Farm Tour Brunch: Make your way to Cosmos Bistro (1151 N State St., Bellingham) on Saturday, Sept. 8 from 8-10 a.m. Tickets are $20 and includes a menu sourced from Whatcom and Skagit farms. Enjoy the Whatcom Bounty’s Benedicts and Bow Hill Blueberry Coffee Cake!

Wine, Cheese, & Chocolate Tasting: On Sunday, Sept. 9 enjoy tastings from Samson Estates Winery, Twin Sisters Creamery, Ferndale Farmstead, Gothberg Farms, and Chocolate Necessities. 2-6 p.m. at Samson Estates Winery, 1861 Van Dyk Road in Everson. Tickets are $12 in advance, $15 at the door.

Get ready for a delicious crab feed during the SeaFeed at the Bellingham SeaFeast at the Harbor on Sept. 21-22 presented by Bornstein Seafoods. Buy pre-sale tickets now for the crabfeed at COURTESY PHOTO

Get ready for delicious crab at SeaFeed, presented by Bernstein Seafoods. This is part of the Bellingham SeaFeast weekend at the Harbor on Sept. 21-22 . Buy pre-sale tickets for the feed at COURTESY PHOTO/BELLINGHAM SEAFEAST

Bellingham SeaFeast: A celebration of local seafood and the maritime industry, this event marks its third year on Friday, Sept. 21 and Saturday, Sept. 22 at locations downtown and along the working waterfront. Visitors can meet fishermen, tour boats, and try knot-tying and net-mending, as well as harbor boat rides and industry tours and an introductory paddle adventure course, and more. And best of all, eat some amazing seafood! General admission is free; some activities require tickets. For more information about SeaFeast, including tickets and schedules, visit

2nd annual Sedro Woolley Brewfest benefiting Helping Hands Food Bank: Saturday, Sept. 22. Join local and regional breweries to benefit the Helping Hands Food Bank of Sedro-Woolley. 2-8 p.m. at Heritage Hammer Square. Early Bird tickets are on sale for $25 online at our Facebook page. Participants must be 21+. See the 1st Annual Sedro-Woolley Brewfest Facebook page for details.

42nd Annual Everett Sausage Fest: Friday through Sunday, Sept. 28-30. Come here to get delicious Bavarian fare! Enjoy performers, beer and wine garden, carnival rides, arts and crafts, food booths, Xtreme Bingo, kids activities, and a raffle. For your convenience, there is a Sausage Fest shuttle bus, free of charge, running every 20 minutes from the south parking lot B of the Everett Transit Center. Admissin is free. 2619 Cedar Street, Everett. 425-312-5086,

6th Annual Food Truck Round Up: Saturday, Sept. 29. Proceeds benefit Whatcom County Food Banks. The event features 23 local food trucks, a beer garden with Kulshan Brewing Co. beer, live music by SpaceBand, and a family area hosted by Nature’s Path Foods. 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Barkley Village Green, 2215 Rimland Drive, Bellingham. Tickets are $7 per person (kids 12 and under free) and available at any Industrial Credit Union branch or purchase at Don’t forget to buy Truck Bucks – the event currency – to make purchases at the food trucks and beer garden. Vendors will not accept any other currency (debit/credit, cash, etc).






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