The Shenandoah Valley Music Festival Guild will step back in history for its March 16th luncheon at the 1797 Wayside Inn on the Old Valley Pike in Middletown. Gathering time is 11:30 am, with lunch served at 12 Noon. Cost is $20. The public is cordially invited to attend.
As we are meeting the day before St. Patrick’s Day, participants are invited to “wear the green.”
Entertainment will be provided by the Shenandoah Valley Unit of the Sweet Adelines, making their second appearance with the Guild. Singers come from all walks of life, including nurses, teachers, housewives, and business women.
Chartered in 1983, the group is under the direction of Con Burch, a local singer, songwriter and teacher from Fort Valley. The group’s motto is “Harmonizing the World.”
Lunch will be served in Wayside’s spacious Senseny Room. Chef Sabre McWilliams presents a traditional Wayside luncheon consisting of a buffet style salad bar with an assortment of housemade dressings. The entree choices are 1) Wayside’s signature Chicken Pot Pie; 2) Crab Cake Platter with Rice Pilaf and Vegetable Medley; and Mediterran Vegetable Lasagna. Dessert will include the Wayside’s famous Bread Pudding and an assortment of cakes and pies. Roles and butter, coffee, tea and soda complete the meal.
Cash Bar of beer, wine and spirits are available for our enjoyment.
Reservations should be made by Sunday, March 12th by calling Sandy Pruett at 540-459-2314 or by emailing her at email@example.com. Please specify your entree choices and any dietry restrictions.