EcoSociety to host local food mixer

If you love good food and great music come celebrate the harvest season in style at Grub, a fun and exciting locavore mixer.

Deconstructing Dinner host Jon Steinman is the special guest at Grub

If you love good food and great music come celebrate the harvest season in style at Grub, a fun and exciting locavore mixer.

This event will highlight many delicious appetizers and treats from some of Nelson’s finest restaurants and café’s such as the All Seasons Café, Bibo, Cantina del Centro and Grounded Café. There will also be delicious foods provided by local farms such as Ravine Creek farms, White Crow Farms and Roots and Vines Acres. All of this will be complemented with live jazz, local beer, and BC wine.

There will also be a special guest speaker, Jon Steinman, who will be on hand to give a teaser of his upcoming television show Deconstructing Dinner.

The event will be held at the Anglican Church Hall (723 Ward Street) on October 3 from 5  to 8 p.m. Tickets are $12 for EcoSociety members, $15 non-members — or you can become a member at the door and get in free.

If you want to taste and hear some the best that the Kootenay’s has to offer come on down to Grub, a celebration of local foods.

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