Estimated that More Than 1,000 Attend Taste of Sheridan

(Taste of Sheridan logo courtesy of NMNA websites)
(Taste of Sheridan logo courtesy of NMNA websites)

The 3rd Annual Taste of Sheridan saw an estimated more than 1,000 people who came out to see what various food vendors of Sheridan had to offer. North Main Neighborhood Association Executive Director Dave Debolt says that, even though they are still totaling their numbers, he thought the event was even better than last year.

Last year's winner Sheridan Memorial Hospital was a repeat winner, and Debolt tells us about their winning variety of foods.

Each vendor gets a portion from the ticket sales they take in from people they serve and the rest goes to NMNA to support its ongoing and future projects in the North Main area.

Sixteen food vendors lined areas of Thorne Rider Stadium, and the musical guests Ann Tolstedt Lowe and Andy Lowe, the Driving Rain and Gary Small and the Coyote Brothers played through the afternoon, respectively. Debolt said people stayed past the 7 pm scheduled end of the event.

Vendors included the Hospital, Killy's Smokehouse Deli, Oliva's Kitchen and Midtown Cafe, Oliver's Bar and Grill, 1983 Grille & Spirits, Remington's at the Powder Horn, The Pony Bar and Grill, Wyoming Culinary Institute, Dairy Queen, Breckenridge Market, Bagel Express, Designing Dinners Sagewood North, and the Holiday Inn Restaurant.

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