Richland, Wash. – Port of Benton is hosting a community block party and triple ribbon-cutting event to welcome two tasting rooms and a boutique with a bakery that opened during the COVID-19 pandemic at Vintners Village.
The celebration will be Thursday, September 15, from 3 to 5 p.m. at 236 Port Avenue in Prosser.
Following the ribbon-cutting ceremony, guests are invited to visit the new and established Vintners Village businesses and enjoy an onsite food truck, live music and face painting.
The new businesses include:
“We are thrilled to recognize these locally-owned businesses that opened during the pandemic and are thriving,” said Diahann Howard, Port executive director. “The new tasting rooms and gift shop are vital to the community’s economic growth and attract visitors from around the region.”
The Port constructed phase two of Vintners Village in 2018. The new tasting rooms and gift shop join the Prosser Economic Development Association and 12 other local businesses found throughout the walkable wine village.
Vintners Village is in the heart of Washington wine country, learn more at VintnersVillage.com.
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