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The Insiders: Jingle your way over to the co-op for food and fun

Jingle bells, jingle bells, jingle all the way to the Jingle Bell Bash at the Concord Food Co-op. Oh! what fun it is to eat food in a winter wonderland.

Now if you like the start to our rendition of the holiday classic, then you will love what’s going on tonight at the co-op. There will be an array of food to choose from, including an herb roasted rib eye carving station, breads and spreads, handcrafted artisan risottos, and decadent desserts. Our mouths are watering just thinking about the delicious foods to choose from. And that isn’t even all of it. We have to leave something to the imagination. But, if you do go, would you mind sneaking out a few tasty treats for us? We will be waiting patiently behind the dumpster in the parking lot.

Along with the food, there will be wine tasting for free, but only after you pay the ticket price to get in. The cost is $10 for members of the co-op and $15 for everyone else. All proceeds from ticket sales for the event, which begins at 6, go to the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

While you enjoy the selection of food on your plate, which we expect to be piled as high as possible, listen to the sweet sounds of the Club Soda Band. Not to be confused with the Tonic Water Trio, Club Soda will serenade the event with Christmas classics and festive rock tunes.

And once you’ve filled yourself with all that food and wine, mosey on over to the old-time sleigh for a picture in front of a winter wonderland scene. But just so you know, it will be fake winter because it cannot actually snow inside the co-op.

For more information or to buy tickets, visit Tickets are limited, so don’t leave anything to chance. You will be sorry if you miss out on this festive celebration.

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Legacy Comments2

The link to the co-op is wrong.

There was a space in the print version between concord and which carried over to the web, leading the reader to a different co-op. The link has been corrected.

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