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Taste of Nations offers free multi-ethnic meal Nov. 2

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Join local Sons of Norway members for a FREE community-wide international cooking and tasting event from 1`-3 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 2, at Church of the Eternal Hills Fellowship Hall, Tabernash.

“We have had so much fun with Grand County residents making lefse and other Scandinavian delights for the past 7 years that we decided to make it an occasion for everyone to demonstrate and share their favorite ethnic food,” said Alan Sommerfeld of Sons of Norway.

It has become a tradition for folks from the entire valley to participate in this fun get-together. And now everyone is invited to come and enjoy the experience of preparing, cooking, sharing and tasting their favorites and the favorites of others.



To make this a truly international event, everyone is invited to bring a ready-to-eat special food from your cultural background or to demonstrate its preparation and then share it at the festival. Remember it’s FREE and everyone is welcome.

For more information call Debbe Knutson at 726-8782 or Karen Sommerfeld at 531-1875.


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