Join the Shrewsbury Rotary Club for an afternoon of great food and beverages at our 3rd Annual Food and Brew Fest! This family friendly event will feature a sampling of food, beer and wine from the finest restaurants and breweries in the region. There is sure to be something for everyone! Our event will feature live music, a play area for the kids and a gift basket drawing with all proceeds going to support the Rotary Club's charitable endeavors throughout the community. Purchase your tickets now for the best pricing! For more information, visit our website ShrewsburyFoodandBrew.com
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