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Woodinville Winemaker, Brewer and Distiller Triathlon
July 13, 2016 @ 5:30 pm - 9:00 pm$30
WOODINVILLE, Wash. — Woodinville Wine Country will stage the third annual Woodinville Winemaker, Brewer and Distiller Triathlon on Wednesday, July 13 at Wilmot Gateway Park.
Spectators are invited to watch and inspire more than 30 teams of winemakers, beer brewers and craft distillers as they run, cycle and paddle to raise money for The Goodtimes Project, a children’s no-cost oncology camp for patients, survivors and siblings affected by cancer.
More than 300 participants including John Bigelow of JM Cellars, Chris Gorman of Gorman Winery and John Patterson of Patterson Cellars will run (3.24 miles), bike (6.72 miles) and the kayak (0.5 mile) to raise money for The Goodtimes Project, an organization dedicated to creating lifelong memories for children with cancer.
Sample some of Washington’s finest wine, beer and spirits, while these makers go head-to-head. Enjoy eats from the Barking Frog food truck and tunes by Kalimba: The Spirit of Earth, Wind and Fire.
Tickets are $30 per person, and proceeds help The Goodtimes Project, a nonprofit group serving children battling cancer, survivors and their siblings from Western Washington and Alaska by providing programs such as Camp Goodtimes, a cost-free summer camp for 250 children each year.
Donations and support from more than 200 volunteers allow The Goodtimes Project to cover the cost of each child’s week, including transportation, providing relief after significant healthcare costs. At Camp Goodtimes, children are campers first and patients second, which affirms the joys of childhood, fosters friendships and instills confidence.