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Summerland businesses participate in Sip N’ Shop

Downtown event on Dec. 14 will feature local beverages

It will be a time for wine and shopping at the third annual Summerland Sip N’ Shop event on Saturday, Dec. 14.

The event, which runs from 4 to 8 p.m., will see merchants in Summerland partner with beverage producers.

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“We have more than doubled the number of participating merchants over last year,” said Summerland Chamber of Commerce event coordinator Lisa Sanders. “There will be 25 shops open offering a very special shopping environment.”

The event is part of the Light Up Summerland festival.

“The atmosphere is so festive and fun. Everyone has a great time,” Sanders said.

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