Sample bevy of restaurants at 'Taste of Goshen'


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GOSHEN — Tastes from more than a dozen Goshen area restaurants await you this Sunday at the Harness Racing Museum.

Goshen Rotarians and Goshen High School Interactors will welcome you to this exciting Goshen culinary experience from 3 to 6 p.m. on May 20.

Enjoy food from G.W’s, Moose’s Retro Café, Kelley Jean’s, New Street Tavern, Jimmy Changas, Goshen Chinese Kitchen, Il Limon Cello, Glen Arden, Delancey’s, Rocca Roma, the Goshen Diner and 170 West Main. Here's a sampling of what you can expect: meat pasta, pork ribs, tamale pie, wings, spring rolls, Rueben sandwiches, Sabrett hot dogs, sandwiches, salads, retro macaroni and cheese choices, and desserts.

James Murray will create the floral decorations, High Withers will offer a wine tasting, and Nth Degree will play music on the lawn. The event also features a cash bar and silent auction.

Tickets are $25, or $30 at the door, and are available from any Rotarian, from Rotary Chair Dr. Ken Obremski (294-9241), A&F Tire & Battery at 75 North Church St. (294-6174), or by calling 294-3651.

Funds raised will benefit the many humanitarian and service projects of the Rotary Club, including Goshen in Bloom flower boxes, local disaster relief, scholarships for graduating high school students, Inspire, Orange Regional Medical Center, an international exchange student program, dictionaries for all of Goshen’s third-graders, an annual five-day leadership seminar for high school sophomores, SUNY Orange scholarships for returning adults, and a "quiet hand up" for special situations.

Family Fun Day Aug. 18
The Goshen Rotary is planning a new community event, a free family fun day for Goshen school district residents. It will be held Aug. 18 at Craigville/Land of Goshen Park, and will include giant inflatables, free sports clinics, and more.




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