July 2, 2022

Raise A Fork For Tri-Town Youth Services At Taste Of The Valley 2011!

2010 Winners Best Overall, Brushmill by the Waterfall, Chester, CT

Taste of the Valley 2011 is an evening of delicious food and toe-tapping music to benefit Tri-Town Youth Services. Circle the date – Friday, September 9, 2011 at 6:00 pm – and get your tickets TODAY!

Each year, our community gathers on a late summer evening on the beautiful grounds of the Deep River Historical Society to sample one tasty morsel after another from local restaurants and caterers. The 2011 Restaurants and Caterers are The Brushmill by the Waterfall, El & Ela’s, Gabrielle’s, The Ivory Restaurant, La Vita Gustosa, Riverhouse Catering, Zen Roasters, and more. As part of the event, the Taste of the Valley Committee is excited to announce a new theme for the silent auction, entitled “From The Hands of Our Community”. Every donated item or service in the auction will handmade or completed by hand. There will also be live auction items, including a three-day stay in Vermont, and basket drawings of gift certificates. The music will be provided by the Shiny Lapel Trio.

You will also cast your ballot for the restaurant that takes home the coveted Taste of the Valley FORK! There will also be awards for Best Appetizer, Best Dessert, Best Presentation, and other categories.

Tickets are $35 and can be purchased at Celebrations and Tri-Town Youth Services in Deep River or online at http://www.tasteofthevalley.blogspot.com. Note: This is event is for adults over the age of 21.

TASTE OF THE VALLEY 2011 is generously sponsored by The Clark Group, The Valley Courier, Essex Savings Bank, Tower Labs, Fio Partners, Tom Alexa, and many other local businesses.

For more information or tickets, contact Gail Onofrio at Tri-Town Youth Services at (860) 526-3600 or view our website:www.tasteofthevalley.blogspot.com. If you would like to be a sponsor or donate an item for our silent auction, send an email ttystov@gmail.com.

ABOUT – TRI-TOWN YOUTH SERVICES BUREAU, INC. is a nonprofit agency that coordinates, develops and provides services dedicated to promoting the positive growth and development of youth and families in Chester, Deep River and Essex, Connecticut. The Deep River Historical Society is located at 245 Main Street, Deep River, CT.