Get those taste buds ready
CARBONDALE, Colorado Some of the best chefs in the valley team up for tantalizing taste of town, at the annual Taste of Spring, taking place from 5-8 p.m. at the River Valley Ranch Old Thompson Barn (Destination Holdings Real Estate office).The Carbondale Chambers annual fundraiser, offers a sampling of cuisine from local restaurants and caterers, as well as wine and beer tasting featuring Colorado wines.Food for the event is being provided by: Big Mamas Home Cookin, White House Pizza, Smoke Modern BBQ, Peppinos Pizza, Ella, Bravo Fine Catering, Aspen Glen Club, Zheng Asian Bistro, Dancing Pickle Catering, Pan & Fork Supper Club, Russets Restaurant, Viccos Rock Creek Grill, Cuvee World Bistro, Desert Sky Creative Catering, The Redstone Inn, and Smiling Moose Deli.And, participating wine and beer vendors will include: Jack Rabbit Hill, Varaison Vineyards, Left Hand Brewery, Flying Dog Brewery, Wine Source, Stone Cottage Cellars, and Guy Drew provided by Elite Brands of Colorado.This years event also includes wine education presentations in the barn. The 20-minute presentations will be given by Lance Hanson of Jack Rabbit Hill, Ron West of Varaison Vineyards and Linda Cerf-Graham, wine director at Russets.Alpine Bank will be providing souvenir wine glasses for all attendees. There will also be a silent auction, and Majid Kahhak of Kahhak Fine Art and School will paint live. His painting(s) will be auctioned later that evening.Rob Dasaro and Chris Harrison will provide jazz music for the evenings entertainment.Tickets for the event are $75 and are available at the Chamber office, 981 Cowen Drive in Carbondale, Sounds Easy in the Sopris Plaza, and at Alpine Bank-Carbondale, 350 Highway 133. Or, you can charge by phone at (970) 963-1890.
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“The reason Americans are overweight is that they don’t enjoy their food enough.”