August 13 @ Franklin County 11/30 Visitors Center | 6-8PM

300 Years of Franklin County Flavor

Franklin County Visitors Bureau wants to satisfy all the senses.

300 Years of Food is a multi-cuisine and multi-course meal.  Take a “Tasty” trip through Franklin County and celebrate our heritage–from the early Pennsylvania German and Scots Irish settler to more recent connections to Latin American flavors, plus everything in between: Greek, Korean, Japanese, Italian, and Indian.

The event will be held in the Great Room of the 10,000-sq. ft 11/30 Visitors Center, formerly the National Bank of Chambersburg. It is a great view overlooking Memorial Square and the elegant, old Franklin County Courthouse. Seating is limited to 104. Tickets are $45.

Click here to get tickets on Eventbrite.
Or, contact Franklin County 11/30 Visitors Center at 717.552.2977 or 866.646.8060 for tickets.



Franklin County Flavor features food from Byron’s Dining, India Café, Inka Kitchen, Pure & Simple, The Butcher Shoppe, Falafel Shack, The Orchards, Kenzo, Square One, El Sombrero, Montezumas, Ada’s Bakery, Heritage Kitchen, Jim’s Deli at Jim’s Country Market, The Family Cow, Undone Kombucha, Jordyn’s Café, Route 30 Restaurant, and more.

The 2022 event features entrees with pork, chicken, fish, and eggplant. Warm side dishes of root vegetables, such as potatoes, onions, turnips, carrots, fennel, yams, and carrots. Cold side dishes use Cruciferous vegetables, such as cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, kale, Brussel sprouts, arugula, Bok choy, and collard greens. Dessert showcases the seasonal fruits of Franklin County.

Evening begins with a chance to mix and mingle, and enjoy complimentary tastings of the new Franklin County Pour Trail. A variety of appetizers will be served.