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10th Annual Taste of Alhambra Festival

Wine, dine, be entertained at The Taste of Alhambra, Sunday June 3.

The Taste of Alhambra will celebrate its 10th year, offering samplings from more than 25 Alhambra restaurants and local wineries on South Second Street, between Main and Commonwealth.

“Delicious food; great wines, brews, and spirits; hand-rolled cigars; and music by the Spazmatics will all be a part of this fun event,” said Joanna Vargas, president of the Downtown Association, co-hosts of the event.

“The Taste of Alhambra showcases the great variety of restaurants we have in Alhambra,” said Steve Perry, president of the Alhambra Educational Foundation, co-hosts of the event. 

Proceeds will benefit the Alhambra Educational Foundation, “Support the Schools – Enhance Technology”   

Tickets are $45 pre-sale and include all food and beverages. Tickets are $55 at the event.

Sunday, June 35 – 8 p.m.South 2nd Street, between Main and Commonwealth

Sponsors are Ace Beverage, Volkswagen Alhambra, Allied Waste, and City of Alhambra.

For more information, phone the Alhambra Chamber of Commerce, 626-282-5767.

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