Trinity Southport Church Kicks of Sesquicentennial Celebration with Artisanal Food Tasting

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Due to the damage Trinity Southport Church sustained from Hurricane Sandy, this event has been canceled and will be rescheduled in the New Year.

Get your taste buds revved up for Saturday, November 3rd from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. in the Parish Hall at Trinity Episcopal Church in Southport where artisanal foods and beverages from local producers and purveyors will be available to swish, swill, sniff, and savor.

Sample all kinds of goodies from Fairfield Cheese Company, Red Bee Honey single nectar source honeys, Olivette extra virgin olive oils and balsamic vinegars, Wave Hill Breads, Izzy B’s allergen-free cupcakes, The Pop Shop cake pops, and Tea-RRific! tea-infused ice cream. And when you get thirsty, try Henri’s Reserve boutique French Champagnes or the latest brews from Beaver Beer. Not imbibing? No problem! Try Mamacat’s Q. Tea’s fabulous hand-blended, organic teas.

Come explore these unique and award-winning artisan foods and drinks and support the Fairfield County businesses that produce and sell them.

Red Bee Honey is Weston specializes in single nectar source honeys including blueberry blossom, apple blossom, and squash blossom..

Trinity Episcopal Church was originally built in the 1700’s on Old Post Road. It has been burned by the British, irreparably damaged by a tornado, and rebuilt at its current location in 1862. This year commemorates their 150th anniversary on Pequot Avenue. What better way to start celebrating 150 years than with an artisanal tasting?

The event is open to the public and admission is $40 per person at the door. Proceeds will support Trinity’s educational programs and outreach efforts for local, national, and international charities.

Trinity Episcopal Church is located at 651 Pequot Avenue in Southport. For more information about this event, call 203-255-0454 or visit their web site at

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