Hometown Harvest last Ten Trails event of the summer

Come for a wine and beer tasting, or to meet Blitz the Seahawk.

Ten Trails is hosting its last summer event this Saturday, Sept. 14.

The housing development in Black Diamond will have activities for all ages starting at noon. For younger kids and their families, Civic Park (32607 Willow Ave SE) will have bouncy houses, pumpkin painting, a game truck, and a petting farm, as well as craft vendors, a beer garden, and food trucks.

Adults will be able to enjoy a wine tasting tour, which lasts from noon to three p.m.; six model homes that will be open to the public to visit while enjoying beer, wine, cider, and non-alcoholic drinks. People can start the tasting tour at Village Green Park.

Relay races at Civic Park begin at 3 p.m. and go until 4. The Seahawks’ Blitz will be at the event signing autographs during this time.

Finally, from 4 to 6 p.m., there will be a dueling pianos performance and, weather permitting, hot air balloon rides.

For more information, visit www.tentrails.com or their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/tentrailshometownsocial.

Civic park will host all the family-friendly activities, while adults can head to Village Green Park to start their wine or beer tasting tour. Image courtesy Ten Trails

Civic park will host all the family-friendly activities, while adults can head to Village Green Park to start their wine or beer tasting tour. Image courtesy Ten Trails

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