Sippin’ and shoppin’

The Grinter Place Friends sponsored its annual Spring Sip ‘n Shop event on Thursday evening at the Grinter Barn, 1400 S. 78th St., Kansas City, Kansas. About 25 vendors participated in the fundraiser. Funds from the event will go toward supporting programs at Grinter Place, a state museum at 78th and K-32. (Staff photo)
“Grammy Tammy” Reeves displayed a number of handmade items at the annual Spring Sip ‘n Shop event on Thursday evening at the Grinter Barn, 1400 S. 78th St., Kansas City, Kansas. About 25 vendors participated in the fundraiser. Funds from the event will go toward supporting programs at Grinter Place, a state museum at 78th and K-32. (Staff photo)
The Rowe Ridge Winery was in charge of the wine tasting on Thursday evening at the annual Spring Sip ‘n Shop fundraiser of the Grinter Place Friends. (Staff photo)
Francie Wilson displayed Party Lite items at her table at the annual Spring Sip ‘n Shop at the Grinter Barn on Thursday evening. (Staff photo)
Kassy Merilatt, an independent stylist, displayed ColorStreet nail polish at the annual Spring Sip ‘n Shop at the Grinter Barn on Thursday evening. (Staff photo)
Rose Kiley with Premier Designs Jewelry displayed many necklaces, earrings and other jewelry at the Spring Sip ‘n Shop Thursday at the Grinter Barn. (Staff photo)
Roberta Chavez, independent beauty consultant, displayed Mary Kay products at her table at the Spring Sip ‘n Shop Thursday at the Grinter Barn. (Staff photo)
Melanie Stroda offered TupperWare dishes at her table at the Spring Sip ‘n Shop Thursday at the Grinter Barn. (Staff photo)
Lacie Huebner from the Chiropractic Pain Clinic, 16314 W. 65th St., Shawnee, gave a chair massage on Thursday at the Spring Sip ‘n Shop at the Grinter Barn. (Staff photo)
Carrie Milton, membership coordinator for Sam’s Club, offered membership information at the Spring Sip ‘n Shop Thursday at the Grinter Barn. (Staff photo)
Kristin Stephenson, left, and Sarah Buckley, right, displayed leather earrings and other handmade leather jewelry at their Bestie Leather table at the Grinter Barn Thursday. (Staff photo)
Holly Krouse of Krouse’s Kreations offered candied almonds and pecans, plus cookies, at the Spring Sip ‘n Shop Thursday at the Grinter Barn. (Staff photo)
Teresa Becker displayed dragon figurines, including peacocks and baby dragons, at the Spring Sip ‘n Shop Thursday at the Grinter Barn. (Staff photo)
Bridget Clayton-Crockett of It’s Poppin’ KC offered chocolate-covered strawberries, as well as popcorn items, at the Spring Sip ‘n Shop Thursday at the Grinter Barn. (Staff photo)
Jayme Tomlin, independent representative of Signature Homestyles, displayed home décor items at the Spring Sip ‘n Shop Thursday at the Grinter Barn. (Staff photo)
Amanda Moon, right, with Chalk Couture displayed some chalkboard decorative items at her table at the Spring Sip ‘n Shop Thursday at the Grinter Barn. (Staff photo)
Berlinda Gonzalez, right, and Alvaro Gonzalez, left, offered Scentsy warmers at their table at the Spring Sip ‘n Shop Thursday at the Grinter Barn. (Staff photo)
Nancy Miller displayed TruAura skin care and image products at her table at the Spring Sip ‘n Shop Thursday at the Grinter Barn. (Staff photo)
Chad Gilliland of Next to Nature Farm, offered honey and beeswax skin care products at the Spring Sip ‘n Shop Thursday at the Grinter Barn. These products come from the Bonner Springs, Tonganoxie and Eudora areas. (Staff photo)
Shirley Watkins, right, and Kelly Watkins, left, of Damsel in Defense offered self-defense products at the Spring Sip ‘n Shop Thursday at the Grinter Barn. Some of these products included roadside kits, personal alarms, pepper spray, whistles and other personal defense items, plus children’s books on handling difficult subjects. (Staff photo)
Lucinda Berka, left, and Kelly Reed, right, offered Paparazzi Accessories jewelry such as necklaces, adjustable rings and children’s jewelry at the Spring Sip ‘n Shop at the Grinter Barn. (Staff photo)
Don Antonio’s restaurant had a food truck at the Spring Sip ‘n Shop event Thursday at the Grinter Barn. (Staff photo)

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