Fa­mous Flavours Fest

The Glengarry News - - The Opinion Page -

The 19th Edi­tion of Van­kleek Hill’s fa­mous Fes­ti­val of Flavours re­turns Sun­day, Septem­ber 11, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. There will be 65 food booths rep­re­sent­ing 22 dif­fer­ent eth­nic cuisines, desserts, cof­fees, tea, and, of course, Beau’s Award-win­ning craft beers.

The menu in­cludes Hi­malayan dumplings, Ar­gen­tinian em­panadas and Mon­tréal smoked meat.

Sam­ple an in­fi­nite va­ri­ety of fine foods: sausages, le­mon tarts, pulled pork, ice cream, wine, Greek yo­gurt, smoked fish, In­dian cur­ried chicken, Thai spring rolls…the list goes on and on. There is a fun booth with face paint­ing for kids as well.

Treat your taste buds all along the street, then choose a favourite and then sit down at the fa­mous 320-foot-long lunch ta­ble.

Drinks are avail­able ev­ery­where thanks to the S.D.G. 57th High­lander Cadets and the 2017 “Re­turn to Vimy” stu­dents from Van­kleek Hill Col­le­giate In­sti­tute. For more, Face­book, www.van­kleekhill.ca/events, or call Phil at 613-678-5086.

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