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The weekend's activities

Friday night: 

For anyone in town, we’ll be heading to Tranche Winery (https://www.tranche.wine) for live music starting around 6pm. 

 

Wine is available by the glass or bottle, there will be a taco truck (La Monarcha, for those of you in the know!), and it’s kid friendly. 

 

It’s bring-your-own-chair or blanket to sit on, and we’ll have a few blankets laid out for the group. If you’re driving to Walla Walla by car, you’re invited to bring chairs or blankets, too :) 

 

Saturday night: 

We’ll be having a citizenship ceremony at 5:15PM; please arrive at Yellowhawk between 4:45PM-5PM so you’re ready for the ceremony. Dinner and dancing to follow! 

 

We’ll have childcare available, but kids are also welcome to join for dinner and the party – we’ll have kids meals and seats at the party for them. 

 

For those of you still wondering about the “Black Tie Americana” attire, check out the mood board for inspiration: https://www.usaq.party/mood-board

 

Sunday day:

The pool party will start around noon at Yellowhawk, BBQ lunch will be served at 1:30pm.

Accommodation

Jill and Quinten will be staying at Basel Cellars, there are lots of AirBnB, VRBO options in Walla Walla.

 

There are also several great bed-and-breakfast and hotel options.

Click the logos below to find and book local accomodation:

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Getting there

Walla Walla Regional airport is... an airport

Tri-cities airport is a larger regional airport that is about an hour drive away.

If this is your first time in the Pacific Northwest you may want to drive from Portland or Seattle. It's about 4 hours from either. The drive from Portland is lovely.

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