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Brews and Tunes returns

by REBECCA PETTINGILL
Staff Writer | March 22, 2023 1:20 AM

MOSES LAKE – The annual Brews and Tunes event was held over the weekend, bringing folks together for an afternoon of beer and music of all varieties.

The event, put on by the Downtown Moses Lake Association, featured over a dozen businesses that hosted a brewery or musician, or both in some cases. From noon to 5 p.m., Third Avenue was bustling with laughter, smiles and great conversation as the attendees got to browse and shop local businesses while enjoying fine brews, good music and even country line dancing.

The 2022 event had attendees grateful for something to get out and do as life started to return to normal from the pandemic.

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Caleb Perez

Love and Lumber, 121 W 3rd Ave, participated in Brews and Tunes. The business has clothing, home decor, and more.

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Caleb Perez

The sunny day made for a great turnout at the 2023 Brews and Tunes event. Many people chatted outside participating businesses as they waited to go in.

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Caleb Perez

Rylei Franks, a Soap Lake native, played his guitar at Love and Lumber during Brews and Tunes Saturday.

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Caleb Perez

The 2023 Brews and Tunes event saw dozens of people turn out to get a taste of some local brews and music.

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Caleb Perez

Some organizations, that did not have businesses along 3rd Ave, set up tents and tables outside to meet attendees and discuss their offerings. The Boys and Girls Club of the Columbia Basin boasted their raffle for folks to win a new home or $100,000 possibly.

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Caleb Perez

Love and Lumber also had an artist painting an ocean sunset for attendees to enjoy.