Festival hosting annual meeting

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SANDPOINT — The Festival at Sandpoint’s annual meeting is set for Tuesday, Dec. 5.

The event, which will be held from 5-7 p.m., will take place at the Pend d’Oreille Winery with a Sip ‘n Shop event where 10 percent of all purchases that evening will benefit the non-profit festival. Festival organizers will re-cap the organization’s 35th annual season and highlight their plans for 2018.

Early Bird Season Passes are now on sale for the Festival’s 36th annual summer concert series, Aug. 2-12, for $199 (plus sales tax & city parks fee) for all eight nights of music at Memorial Field. If any passes remain, the price will go up to $259 on Friday, Dec. 1. The full line-up will be announced on April 27, 2018. There are less than 100 season passes left of the 700 annually available for the popular summer music festival.

The Festival also reminds supporters that if they make an annual contribution to the non-profit organization by Dec. 31, they will receive a tax deduction for 2017.

“We hope people will come out to Pend d’Oreille Winery on Dec. 5 to sip, shop and support The Festival,” said Festival Executive Director Dyno Wahl

Order Early Bird passes or make a contribution online at FestivalatSandpoint.com, call 208-265-4554 or visit the Festival 0ffice at 525 Pine Street in Sandpoint.

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