Third Annual Taste of the Valley Coming to PSU on March 21

February 28th, 2013 by Heather

    Third Annual Taste of the Valley Coming to PSU on March 21 

    PLYMOUTH — Celebrate the start of spring at the Third Annual Taste of the Valley, Thursday, March 21 at Plymouth State University’s Prospect Hall. Doors for this popular event open at 4:30 p.m.

    The Annual Taste of the Valley is an opportunity to sample all the finest cuisine prepared by some of the area’s finest and most popular establishments.
    Although the list is expected to grow over the coming weeks, restaurants already committedto attending the Taste of the Valley include Country Cow Restaurant, Woodstock Inn, Station, & Brewery and Perfecta Wine Company.
    The Annual Taste of the Valley also features and open bar and, for the first time, attendees can purchase tokens to sample the amazing beers and wines from the Woodstock Brewery and the Perfecta Wine Company. Also available will be glasses featuring the new Pemi Valley Chamber logo.
    “This is a great opportunity to sample the delicious fare from many arearestaurants all in one evening,” said Tamara Cocchiarella, “and to celebrate the start of spring with old and new friends, all while supporting the Pemi Valley Chamber of Commerce.”
    Tickets are only $25 each, or $30 with five beer and/or wine sample tastes and all proceeds benefit the Pemi Valley Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Information Center at Exit 28.
    Tickets are available at the Visitor Information Center or by calling 726-3804.

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