Learn from the women behind A Sip of Paradise, a non-profit that provides a plethora of resources for hospitality professionals and encourages and maintains the use of their community garden. Keyatta Mincey Parker and Stephanie Saputo will educate and provide useful tips on how to reduce your waste whether you’re creating one cocktail or cocktails for a crowd as they show you how to intentionally pick your ingredients, use sustainable liquors, and more!
Keyatta Mincey-Parker & Stephanie Saputo of Sip of Paradise
Event occurs rain or shine; please look to our social media pages for any location changes due to inclement weather.
Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable between events.
NO PETS ALLOWED. ONLY SERVICE ANIMALS PERMITTED. Service animals are defined as dogs that are individually trained to do work or perform tasks for people with disabilities.
Alys Beach Crafted is pleased to announce that all proceeds of the 2023 events will benefit one of Walton County’s local non-profits, the Cultural Arts Alliance.
The Cultural Arts Alliance of Walton County has been the creative core of the local community for three decades – 30 years of fostering creativity as a local arts agency in Walton County, Florida. Supporting the arts through leadership, advocacy, funding, programs, and education, the CAA’s mission is to encourage and promote creativity. With an emphasis on inclusivity and collaboration, the CAA provides opportunities for residents and visitors to experience diverse forms of art and learning, connecting them to broad, critical explorations through artistic expression and engagement.
The Alys Foundation and Alys Beach are committed to providing cultural experiences for the broader Alys Beach Community, including creative programming, a permanent collection of art works displayed throughout the town’s landscape, and through partnerships with organizations like the Cultural Arts Alliance. Alys Beach Crafted is delighted to support the CAA while sharing the stories that craft tells.