Taste of the Kootenays will showcase regional cuisine.

Get your taste buds ready

Taste of Rossland is back but with a more flavourful twist- it is now Taste of the Kootenays.

This mouth watering event is back this year. Taste of Rossland is back but with a more flavourful twist- it is now Taste of the Kootenays.

What was an event to showcase local cuisine is now to showcase regional Kootenay cuisine.

“We wanted to make the event bigger and better, as there are so many exciting options to choose from in the region,” explains Renee Clark, the executive director at the Rossland Chamber of Commerce.

This wildly popular event gives people the opportunity to experience “small bites” of food from a variety of restaurants, pubs, cafes and local wine and beer makers who will be offering their finest tastings off the menu. There will also be some live music from regional artists, and door prizes.

“It’s a lot of fun to attend, and so popular in town.  People usually do not realize how many types of food and dishes there are.  Come early and stay a while!”  Clark describes.

This year’s event will now be on Sept. 24, from 5-9 p.m. at the Prestige Mountain Resort in Rossland.   The entire conference space has been booked to accommodate more vendors and the greater numbers of people.

Those who are interested in being a vendor and participating in the event should contact the Rossland Chamber of Commerce for more information.  There are a limited number of spots explains Clark.

For up to date information, please visit www.rossland.com/home, Bhubble or watch for further updates in the Rossland News.

For questions and queries contact the Rossland Chamber of Commerce at 250-362-5666.

 

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