YUM: A Taste of Immigrant City

On April 16, The Welcome Project will host its annual YUM: A Taste of Immigrant City event. I serve on the board of The Welcome Project, and am chair of the organizing committee for YUM. It’s a fun event, and I hope to see you there!

Here is the full event description:

YUM: A Taste of Immigrant City 2015
Thursday, April 16 | 7pm
Arts at the Armory, 191 Highland Avenue, Somerville, MA 02143
Tickets: $35 in Advance, $40 at the door | yumsomerville.org

Join The Welcome Project for live music and delicious food as we celebrate 25 years of building the collective power of immigrants in Somerville.The event will feature the diverse tastes of 13 immigrant-run restaurants, an exciting silent auction, and music by Son Del Sol. Additionally, the evening will recognize local leaders Franklin Dalembert, of the Somerville Haitian Coalition, and Lisa Brukilacchio, of the Somerville Community Health Agenda at CHA. Proceeds go towards the work of The Welcome Project strengthening the voices of immigrant families across the city. Individuals interested in purchasing tickets can do so by visiting www.yumsomerville.org.

Participating restaurants are:
Aguacate Verde,
Mexican; Fasika, Ethiopian; Gauchao, Brazilian; La Brasa, Fusion; Masala, Indian and Nepali; Maya Sol, Mexican; The Neighborhood Restaurant, Portuguese; Rincon Mexicano, Mexican; Royal Bengal, North Indian/Bengali; Sabur, Mediterranean; Sally O’Brien’s, Irish; Tu Y Yo, Mexican; Vinny’s at Night, Italian


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