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Tempting taste buds in downtown Marlborough

Marlborough - (l to r) David Melvin of Stevie's Eatery serves pulled chicken sandwiches to Mitch Nollman and Ray Krome at Olde Marlborough's fourth annual Taste of Downtown Marlborough, held June 13. Photo/Ed Karvoski Jr.

Marlborough – (l to r) David Melvin of Stevie's Eatery serves pulled chicken sandwiches to Mitch Nollman and Ray Krome at Olde Marlborough's fourth annual Taste of Downtown Marlborough, held June 13. Guests sampled foods of 25 establishments from both downtown and beyond. New this year, the first Brewfest gave guests the opportunity to sample craft beers from over 20 microbreweries. Completing the ambiance, live music was performed at 12 locations. This year Olde Marlborough will share the proceeds with the Shawna Jean Larassa Memorial Scholarship Fund, Relay for Life and the Marlborough Downtown Village Association. Photo/Ed Karvoski Jr.

 

 

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