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“A Taste of Summit” Benefits Historical Society

“A Taste of Summit,” an annual fundraising event for the Summit Historical Society, provides attendees with an opportunity to sample fine foods from nearly 20 of Summit’s restaurants and food stores.  The event will be held on Sunday, April 3 from 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm.

The event will be held in the ballroom of the Grand Summit Hotel.  Food is served buffet style with a cash bar. Restaurants and food shops set to participate this year are:  La Pastaria, Brownie Points Bakery, the Summit Diner, Winberie’s, Starbucks, Sweet Nothings, Fiorinos, food., Root’s Steakhouse, Tito’s Burritos, Applegate Farms, The Office, Huntley Taverne, Joe’s Pizzeria & Vittoria Ristorante, The Hat Tavern, King’s Catering, Marco Polo, Towne Deli and Natale’s Bakery.

Tickets are $40 per person and advance reservations are recommended.  For details or tickets, call the Historical Society at 908-277-1747.  Chairperson of the event is Chris Siepert.

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This year, Summit High School students will be on hand to present a verbal history and pictorial tours of some of Summit’s beautiful historic homes built during the late 1800’s and early 1900’s. 

“A Taste of Summit” will also include a silent auction.  All profits will benefit the Summit Historical Society, a non-profit organization.  The Society depends on private donations and a volunteer board to operate the Carter House, Summit’s oldest remaining residence, as well as maintain its historic objects and archives.  The Summit Historical Society collaborates with Summit Downtown, Inc. to organize this much anticipated annual event.

About Summit Historical Society

The Summit Historical Society formed in 1929 was housed in several locations before locating to its current address at the historic Carter House.  The society actively pursues the preservation and dissemination of information about Summit’s past and has assembled a large archive of photographs, genealogy files, historic structure files as well as directories dating back to 1890.  The Summit Historical Society welcomes donations of documents relating to Summit’s past.

About Summit Downtown, Inc.

Summit Downtown, Inc. (SDI) is a non-profit corporation dedicated to the development and improvement of the quality of life in the business community in the center of the city.  The organization specifically focuses on the central business district of Summit with a goal to harmonize the business and residential communities.  SDI is run by a board of trustees, 17 of whom are elected, and four are appointed, including the city mayor, city administrator, and two members of common council.  Visit www.summitdowntown.org for more information.  

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