Taste of Our Valley signals end of harvest season

Taste of Our Valley was a great success this year. Overall, about 150 people attended

  • Oct. 22, 2013 5:00 a.m.
Emilie Boutin of Forbidden Fruit Winery pours a sample at Saturday’s Taste of Our Valley event at Victory Hall in Keremeos. The annual fundraiser for Similkameen Country is also the first big indoor event of the fall and winter season.

Emilie Boutin of Forbidden Fruit Winery pours a sample at Saturday’s Taste of Our Valley event at Victory Hall in Keremeos. The annual fundraiser for Similkameen Country is also the first big indoor event of the fall and winter season.

 

Taste of Our Valley was a great success this year. Overall, about 150 people attended. The winner of the 50/50 draw was Bob Agasse, who won $195. Best decorated booth went to Parsons Fruit Stand.

Taste of Our Valley committee were pleased with the event, saying it was well organized and well attended.

Overall there were seven wineries and 13 other vendors that participated.

 

In total, the event raised  over $2,500 for Similkameen Country.