On Thursday, June 11,the Winter Park Chamber of Commerce and Park Avenue Merchants Association will host the popular Winter Park Sip, Shop & Stroll, an evening of wine and hors d’oeuvres in downtown Winter Park. Held seasonally, Sip, Shop & Stroll events allow attendees to experience local shops and restaurants at their leisure and preview the latest fashions, gift ideas and seasonal menu items.
“The Summertime Sip, Shop and Stroll is an opportunity to introduce new Park Avenue businesses to the community and for attendees to return to long-time favorites as well,” said Patrick Chapin, President/CEO of the Winter Park Chamber of Commerce.
The June 11 stroll will feature two of Park Avenue’s newest merchants, Scout & Molly’s and UMI, and offer a peek inside Filthy Rich Winter Park’s new location on Park Avenue. Additional participating businesses include: Alex and Ani, Bebe’s, Boca Kitchen Bar Market, California Closets, Cocina 214, Cottonways, Hutton, Lilly Pulitzer, Luma on Park, Nelore, Peterbrooke Chocolatier, Simmons Jewelers, The Ancient Olive, The Doggie Door, The Grove, The Impeccable Pig, The Spice & Tea Exchange, Timothy’s Gallery, Winter Park Land Company and Writers Block Bookstore.
The Winter Park Sip, Shop & Stroll will be held from 5 – 8 p.m. Admission is $25 and reservations are strongly encouraged. Each attendee will receive a wine glass and passport at registration. Reservations can be made by contacting the Winter Park Chamber of Commerce at (407) 644-8281, or online atwww.winterpark.org. To purchase tickets click here!
The event is made possible with the support of City of Winter Park, Fannie Hillman + Associates, Florida Distributing Co. andWinter Park/Maitland Observer.
The Winter Park Chamber of Commerce represents more than 800 businesses, community organizations and individuals in an effort todevelop, promote and sustain a vital, thriving business climate throughout the community and to initiate, support and enhance the civic, educational and economic well-being of the area. For more information, visit www.winterpark.org.