Second helping will be ready this Saturday

Taste of Castlegar staging a second annual event in Robson

Food and beverage lovers enjoyed the offerings at the Lion's Head Pub in Robson for the Taste of Castlegar's inaugural function last September. The event was organized by the Castlegar Chamber of Commerce and featured numerous local purveyors of food and drink.

This is what they call a wide-awake dream… a concentrated serving of culinary highlights from all across the area. Close to 20 contributors will have you salivating and satisfied!

Cuisine and beverages to enjoy and remember, mixed and matched in the way you choose, because you’re the expert, right? Safe rides home will be available, of course, courtesy of MTI.

A Taste of Castlegar runs from 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. this Saturday in the back parking lot of the Lions Head Pub in Robson. Tickets for the extravaganza are just $30 available at the Chamber office and at the Lions Head.

After 7 the good times will continue with a couple of bands in the pub.

Don’t miss Taste of Castlegar, take two. THIS SATURDAY (SEPTEMBER 27) FROM 3 TO 7, PRESENTED BY THE CASTLEGAR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.

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