The San Mateo Wine Walk will return this year, after the annual fundraising event was canceled last year due to multiple circumstances.
The Logistics Committee for the Wine Walk of the Downtown San Mateo Association recently traveled to Los Gatos for a “Wine Walk Summit,” where the city of Los Gatos has run a successful Wine Walk.
San Mateo Director of Parks and Recreation Sheila Canzian, San Mateo Police Chief Susan Manheimer and Los Gatos Police Chief Scott Seaman were among those who participated in the summit, as well as San Mateo Area Chamber President Linda Asbury and Los Gatos Chamber President Dianne Anderson.
Event Co-Chairs Liz Mayta and Liz DePrimo expressed enthusiasm that the Downtown San Mateo Association is gearing toward bringing back the popular Wine Walk in September.
According to Yelp, "The Wine Walk is the Association's premier event to help promote and showcase Downtown's unique character and its abundant shops, restaurants and businesses. Visitors to San Mateo purchase a wine glass and tasting tickets and visit businesses sampling wines and hors d'oeuvres."
San Mateo Patch will update this story as more information about the Wine Walk is released.
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