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Locally grown food to be served at ‘Local Edibles’

By Staff | Apr 8, 2011

“Local Edibles” will be the theme of the April 20 monthly dinner program at the Shepherdstown Men’s Club and it will feature ramps served up in a variety of ways.

While most of the other items on the menu will not be “from the wild,” they will certainly be locally grown or produced, including bacon, eggs, potatoes, honey and jams, corn bread and a variety of desserts.

Club members and anyone from the public who would like to attend will be entertained by blue grass music provided by The Fox Hunt, a group of Eastern Panhandle entertainers.

There will be a static display of local foods and an informal discussion. To make the evening complete, there will also a photography exhibit on the first floor of the War Memorial Building provided by Kim Bowen and Turtle Clingenpeel.

The cocktail hour will begin upstairs at 6:30 p.m. giving everyone a chance to visit. The dinner will be served at 7 p.m., and the music and discussion of local edibles will conclude about 8:30 p.m.

The price of admission is $12 per person for Men’s Club members and $15 for the general public.

RSVP by noon on April 18 so there will be enough food for all. Please call 304-876-3323 and press option 2 or email rsvp@smc25443 to make the reservations.

For more information, visit SMC25443.org or call SMC President Mike Austin at 304-876-0598.