SAVE THE DATE: April 26th, 2015, Memorable Meals
Remember those big family gatherings around the dinner table or those special “goout-to-eat” occasions when you were a child? The tantalizing aroma of Grandma’s pasta sauce? A cold, creamy Strouss’ malt? Many of us certainly treasure those moments in their hearts, minds … and tummies!
You can relive those tasty family traditions and cherished Valley classics as the Mahoning Valley Historical Society and Grow Youngstown present Memorable Meals Mahoning Valley … Homes & Restaurants on Sunday, April 26th, from 2:00-5:00pm. The event location is TBA.
Memorable Meals will highlight the Valley’s delicious ethnic food traditions and heritages; celebrate family meals from the garden and special foods of restaurants old and new; and connect the current local food trend with the Valley’s deep agricultural roots.
Highlights of the event will include:
Samples of "Classic" Valley food & drinks provided by our favorite eateries offering tastes of their signature dishes. Wash that down with samples from local wineries and breweries; a Photo and Recipe Display of Memorable Meals --- you can submit your photo/recipe/short narrative to email@example.com; and a presentation by local historian and writer Tom Welsh, who has published Classic Restaurants of Youngstown" a book about beloved local dining establishments. Music, local food and restaurant trivia, and more.
Tickets are $40 per person and can be purchased at the Tyler History Center (325 W. Federal St.), Arms Family Museum (648 Wick Ave.) or online at www.mahoninghistory.org or www.growyoungstown.org. Proceeds from the event will support Grow Youngstown’s subsidized share program and the Historical Society’s development of new education and community outreach programs. For more information call the Historical Society at 330-743-2589.
Memorable Meals Committee
Front rowl l-r: John Beilby–WFMJ account executive; Elsa Higby – Grow Youngstown founder/director; Elayne Bozick – Eranco business broker, Grow Youngstown board president & MVHS board member; Samantha Anderson – Grow Youngstown prep & preservation coordinator; Jack Kravitz – Kravitz Deli owner & Grow Youngstown board member. Back row l-r: Shelly Covert – Mahoning County Soil & Water Conservation District (SWCD); Kimberly Urig – Our Daily Green director; Cheryl Lewis -°©- MVHS campaign director; Leann Rich – MVHS education/external relations manager; Kathleen Vrable-°©- Bryan – SWCD district administrator & Grow Youngstown board vice president. Not pictured: Cynthia Beckes O’Connor – Melting Pot Memories blogger/writer/historian; Samantha Turner – American Maintenance Svcs. COO & Grow Youngstown board secretary; and Sarah Perrine – SWCD intern.