Delhi’s community harvest dinner, known as the “Delhi Dish-to-Pass,” returns for a third year Sunday, Sept. 11 from 4 -7 p.m. on Courthouse Square in Delhi. The inaugural event in 2019 drew over 90 people from the community for a convivial evening of food and music.
Ian Lamont, organizer and Delhi resident, said the vision is simply to gather as many people as possible to share a meal at one table. No program, no agenda, no fundraising. Just a meal with neighbors.
Inspired by a similar event that has been held annually in Cooperstown for about a decade, the Delhi Dish-to-Pass is free and open to all. Like last year, one long table will be set up on Courthouse Square. Attendees are encouraged to bring food to share and table settings.
Thanks to the generous sponsorship of the Delhi Clergy Association, the Stoddard Hollow String Band will again provide live musical entertainment. Updates and more information can be found on The Delhi Dish to Pass Facebook page.
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