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Thursday, March 31, 2011

Somerville Local First To Host Party & Is Offering The Local First Coupon Book!

Somerville Local First will be hosting the following fabulous event at Foundry on Elm in Davis Square!

What: Party & Networking Event with Somerville Local First at Somerville’s newest Gastropub, Foundry on Elm
When: Wednesday, April 6th from 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Where: Foundry on Elm, Davis Square
Price: Early Bird Special ~ $20 includes a wide assortment of finger food from Foundry on Elm and an hour of tasting pours of Wine & Beer. (Early Bird price in effect til the first day of Spring ~ March 21st)
Tastings: (Food: 6:00pm – 8:00pm, Beer & Wine: 6:00pm – 7:00pm)

Somerville based wine distributor MS Walker will taste wines with a focus on small, independent wineries.

Enjoy the latest offerings from the current darlings of the craft beer scene, Somerville based craft beer brewers, Pretty Things.

This event is part of the The Somerville Local First Board of Directors annual fundraising program. The event will help raise capital to send our Board Officers to the BALLE conference this June.


The Somerville And Cambridge Local First Coupon Book is our latest collaboration with our Sister Network and a great way for you to both save money and support strong local economies.

The book includes over $1,000 in savings with a variety of amazing offers. From Groceries to Restaurants, Retail to Health & Wellness Where The Locals Go has you covered.

And by exploring and patronizing new local businesses and purchasing this book, you’re doing more than just adding a little wiggle room to your budget. You’ll be strengthening the local economy, helping to create new jobs AND supporting the work of Somerville Local First.

You can purchase YOUR copy of Where The Locals Go at the following Somerville Retail Locations.

Davis Square
■Dave’s Fresh Pasta
■Davis Squared

Union Square
■Sherman Market
■GRAND / poor little rich girl

Ball Square
■Blue Cloud Gallery

1 comment:

Unknown said...

Coupon book is great and they ran out early last year--but it also was free.