May 1 @ Franklin County 11/30 Visitors Center | 5PM

300 Years of Franklin County Flavor

Spring into History 2021 wants to satisfy all the senses.

Touring by car, foot, or bike takes care of four of the five sense–sight, sound, smell, and touch. But, what about taste? Taste is an important part of history and culture because it connects people with food.

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

Seating in the 10,000-sq. ft 11/30 Visitors Center, formerly the National Bank of Chambersburg, is limited to 72.

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.



Featuring food from B Street 104, India Café, Inka, Pure & Simple, Trickling Springs Creamery, The Cottage, The Butcher Shoppe, Falafel Shack, The Orchards, Bistro 71, The John Allison Public House, Vinnie’s on 11, Jim’s Country Market, Bulgogi House, Kenzo, Square One, Antietam Dairy, The Family Cow, Jordyn’s Café and James Buchanan Pub.

Cold Appetizers: 
Vegan & Shrimp Sushi, Lebanon Bologna, Local Cheeses, Kimchi, Humus & Pita,  Korean Pancake

Warm Appetizers: 
Spanikopita with Olive Garnish, Pupusas (Cheese, Beans, Pork), Sweet Fried Plantain, Franklin County Fries, Perogies

Kombucha, Mango Lassi (Indian Beverage), Wheatgrass Margarita (Virgin), Morir Sonando

Naan, Martin’s Potato Rolls, Butter

Chicken Corn Soup, Irish Stew, Cottage Crab

Tabouli, Authentic Greek Salad, Black Thai Rice Salad

Roasted Duck, Crab Cake, Momma’s Meatloaf, Chicken with Rice, Palak Paneer (Vegetarian), Eggplant Parmigiana

Baklava, Ice Cream, Tre Leche Cake, Vanilla Cardamon Cake, Shoofly Pie