6th Annual Chester Bowl Tasting & Silent Auction

Updated: 11/05/2013 8:23 AM
Created: 11/05/2013 7:28 AM

On Saturday, November 9th, the 6th Annual Chester Bowl Tasting & Silent Auction is being held at the Midi Restaurant in the Fitger's Complex.

This event helps to support the Chester Bowl Improvement Club.

"We have 16 different vendors or breweries," Thom Storm, Executive Director of the Chester Bowl Improvement Club, tells us. He also says people will be able to vote on their favorite food and drink.

The silent auction is a big part of the event, and there are a lot of great prizes, such as the K2 2014 ski's featured on the show, either men's or women's depending on the winners choice. There are also great vacation and gift certificate packages, along with smaller items like private ski lessons or knit gloves.

You can check all of these items out and get a taste of the food and drink at this year's Chester Bowl Tasting & Silent Auction at the Midi Restaurant in the Fitger's Complex on Saturday, November 9th from 6:00 - 9:00 PM. If you want more information on the specific items up for auction or the vendors who will be there, you can head to the Chester Bowl website or Facebook pages.

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