Nation Valley News
WINCHESTER — Winchester ‘pigs out’ tonight at the community’s 7th annual Ribfest.
The weather unfortunately is not cooperating but the roast will go on! Organizers have announced feast will be held at their rain location, the Joel Steele Community Centre under the covered pavilion.
North Dundas Mayor Eric Duncan invites everyone to “join us for ribs, cash bar, and music inside where it’s nice and dry!”
The finger lickin’ good half rack of ribs dinner will be served between 5 and 8 p.m.
Along with the ribs, guests will also enjoy coleslaw, baked beans, a roll and of course … dessert!
Speaking of dessert … get in a serving of dairy in the most delicious way. The Dundas Dairy Producers Committee has generously donated 500 ice cream bars with a chocolate coating, and they’re made with 100 percent Canadian milk of course!
Music by Maureen Fawcett and Soul Sounds will fill the park all night from 4:30 p.m. through 9:30 p.m. Also stay refreshed during that time with drinks from the cash bar.
Can’t get out of the house or office for the supper? Get it to go or have it delivered instead! If you live within 10 kms of Winchester and are interested in delivery contact Vince (613-913-9670) and place your order today.
Tickets can still be purchased at Winchester Travel, Annables, Paddletales in Winchester or Scotiabank in South Mountain.
Don’t worry …. there will be plenty of napkins provided!