Royersford area event will showcase locally sourced food

June 23, 2018 by  

The area around Royersford produces a wide assortment of agricultural products, and a special dinner has been planned that will showcase these locally sourced seasonal selections.

Chester County’s Mill at Anselma has been chosen as the venue for this occasion, and the organizers noted that they have included ingredients that are seasonal and come from the local area. Guests will be able to enjoy an assortment of dishes, and there will also be live entertainment.

The menu for the function will be made up of both appetizers and entrees, and premium wines, summer cocktails, and craft beers will also be on offer to the guests. The planners remarked that they have even been able to utilize cornmeal that was produced by the mill at the venue where the dinner is being held. Anyone who would like to learn more about the site is welcome to participate in a guided tour of the historic property.

Tickets for this salute to locally sourced food are being sold for $50 each. Table cards, printed menus, signage, banners, and other items for this type of function can be both designed and produced by a printing services provider.

July 18 has been selected as the date for this event. It will be held at 1730 Conestoga Road in Chester Springs, and more details are available on its online event listing.