Wine trails and microtrails, sure, you’ve heard of. If you like those sorts of things but want to inject a little variety into your walkabout weekend starters, however, you might consider checking out an artisan trail. One is making its debut tonight, October 9, in Linglestown, from 5-9 p.m.
Linglestown’s been enjoying an artisanal revival of late. Everything from gourmet coffee shops to art studios are setting up shop. Five of these businesses collaborated to create this trail. Spring Gate in the Village, Make to Keep, Mud Queen Potters, St. Thomas Roasters, and Mellow Minded Cafe have all joined forces to make this block-sized trail a reality, which means you can get everything from food to drink to after-dinner coffee and a little art in the same area. As part of Linglestown’s 250th anniversary festivities, the artisan trail is holding its opening event – a wine tasting with stops at all five participants, music, chow, and luminaries lighting the way. Better grab a light sweater.
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