Palate and Palette: A Taste of Mission

Event takes place Saturday, Oct. 28 at Heritage Park Centre

Palate and Palette: A Taste of Mission is set for Saturday, Oct. 28 at Heritage Park Centre from 7 to 9 p.m.

Those who attend will enjoy fabulous food tastings from local restaurants, paired with music, art and special presentations. These presentations include the Mission As It Was book launch, the unveiling of the Mission 125 Community Quilt and the release of the special Mission 125 brew from Mission Springs Brewing. (Guests will receive a complimentary commemorative glass and bottle of the anniversary brew.)

Also during the event, there will be a Mission 125 art display, historical displays and videos, Mission 125 souvenirs, door prizes and give- aways, and more.

Restaurants participating include: Young’s Sushi Kitchen, Blackberry Kitchen, English Tarts, Hottie’s Emporio and Sangam Sweets and Curry.

Tickets are $40 per person and are available at the Mission Leisure Centre.

The special evening is a wrap-up event for the Mission 125 anniversary season of celebration.

“We are really excited to be working with these fantastic local restaurants to celebrate Mission’s anniversary and come together over some great food,” said Michael Boronowski, manager of civic engagement and corporate initiatives at the District of Mission.

“Mission has a vibrant food culture and it’s the perfect way to wrap up a busy year of celebrations with 125 of our closest friends.”

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