Greg Leong (left), volunteer Organizing Committee Member, Bruce Davies of Coldstream Truck Parts, Rob Morris, volunteer Organizing Committee Member, Cindy Masters, Kindale’s Development Officer, and Jared Davies of Coldstream Truck Parts cheers for the return of Summer Suds. (Submitted)

Summer Suds back on tap

Summer Suds is back for another year of fun

Summer Suds is back for another year of food, music, and beer and cider tasting.

Kindale Developmental Association and Coldstream Truck Parts announced the return that will take place on Saturday from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Vernon Recreation Complex, which will also include music of the Shawn Lightfoot Band.

Bruce Davies, owner of Coldstream Truck Parts, told last year’s crowd to save their tasting cups because the return would happen.

“Bruce and Coldstream Truck Parts on 48th Avenue have been a huge part of the community and many events since 1959,” said Cindy Masters, Kindale’s Development Officer.

There are many returning vendors such as Driftwood Brewery and Somersby Cider, but with limited vendor spots, Kindale encourages interested vendors to contact Masters as soon as possible.

Tickets are $25 and can be bought online or for cash only at the Village Green, Monashee’s, Eastside, and Vernon Square liquor stores.

For more information visit kindale.net.

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