DAYTON, Wash. — The work of more than 20 Eastern Washington artists, including paintings, photography, quilts, ceramics and jewelry will be available during the annual Dayton on Tour. The event is Saturday, Oct. 1 beginning at 10 a.m. in at the Historic Depot, 222 E. Commercial St., and Main Street locations in Dayton, Wash. There is no charge for the art walk.

Visitors interested in specialty foods and wine may join the 10 a.m. tour on mini-buses to the Monteillet Fromagerie, Dumas Station Winery, Amo Art and jimgermanbar in Waitsburg, Wash. The tour costs $15 per person and departs from the Historic Depot.

The afternoon will feature the Historic Home Tours to four local homes and the Boldman House Museum. The fall home tour costs $10 per person. 

The artist reception at 4:30 p.m. will include a celebration of the completion of a major historic sign renovation. Appetizers for the event will be provided by local restaurants, so visitors will sample a wide range of tastes of regional cuisine.

Evening entertainment at The Liberty Theater will be the music of The B Side. The concert starts at 7:30 p.m. and tickets are $10 each.

For more more information, including tour reservations, which are highly recommended, go to www.daytonhistoricdepot.org or call 509-382-2026.

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