Announcing the Tastes & Grapes Tour!
June 1st - 31st
Your chance to try out many of our local restaurants and help local charities, all at the same time.
Many local eateries are part of our Tastes & Grapes Tour of the Town. For the month of JUNE, participating locations will design a special “Tastes & Grapes” menu to entice you -- featuring “tastes” – Small appetizers/tapas, and “grapes” – beverages of any variety, with prices up to $10 per plate . Each stop will be on our unique app, with the special menu, address, phone number and website listed, alongside dining options: indoor, outdoor, carryout, online ordering.
Patrons will visit stops of their choosing, and order as many samples as they want, they will rate them and submit pictures to win prizes in food photography, most tastes sampled, most stops visited, as well as some participation prizes. Participating locations will be eligible for awards such as Best “tastes”, “grape”, food presentation and so on.
SIGN UP FOR THE APP IN MAY 2021 for FREE!
Want your restaurant, specialty shop, brewery, vineyard business on our list? SIGN UP HERE
We have some great benefits for local businesses to support the charitable efforts of the PHWMBA Community Foundation through affordable and robust SPONSORSHIPS.
Champagne Level $500.00
• Logo/name on posters, flyers and online advertising, e-newsletters
• Logo with live link on website
• 30-second video promo on our social media pages
• Logo/Acknowledgement in event public relations
• Half page ad in our May & June PHWMBA Newsletter 8"w 5.5”h color
• Banner ad on our websites
Mitch Bricks is a program that was started by Mitch Villavaso in 2017 while he was in the fourth grade. Mitch and his friends visit local homeless shelters in the Baltimore area to play Legos with the child residents. He originally thought that raising money would be the best way to serve his friends at area homeless shelters, but he quickly realized that donating his time is just as valuable; especially since the child residents don’t have many entertainment options at the shelters.
As Legos can be expensive, many of Mitch’s friends at the shelters have never even played Legos. Mitch has always loved Legos, and he wanted to share one of his favorite things with kids who didn’t have access to them. The child residents get very excited for Mitch’s visits. The Legos are fun, but having a friend who cares is the most special gift. www.mitchbricks.com
PERRY HALL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH FOOD PANTRY
“We proclaim God’s unconditional love for all, which compels us to love one another as Christ loves and to provide opportunities to grow through nurture and service”. https://www.facebook.com/perryhallumc