Weavers Way hosts Third Annual Taste Fair

As the buzz about Weavers Way Co-op’s revamped Mt. Airy store begins to fade, the food market’s Chestnut Hill location kicked off the fall with its Third Annual Taste Fair over the weekend.

The event featured live music, supplied by locals such as didgeridoo player Harold E. Smith, as well as various food samples from companies found on the grocery store’s shelves.

About a dozen vendors were represented at the fair. The offerings ranged anywhere from Chestnut Hill resident and Zsa’s Gourmet Ice Cream food truck owner Danielle Jowdy’s caramel apple crisp ice cream to Powell & Mahoney Bloody Mary mix to sweets from Philadelphia Magazine’s Best of Philly 2012 winner The Little Bakery.

Several folks were in and out during the four-hour Taste Fair to sample goodies sold in the store, socialize and listen to local music.

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