It’s a Pennsylvania Dutch tradition to ring in the year with a dinner of pork and sauerkraut. According to tradition, the pork comes from a “fat” pig, heralding an “abundant” year. The sauerkraut, made with green cabbage, suggests “money.” St. Paul’s Men’s Brotherhood invites you to their annual pork and sauerkraut dinner on Tuesday, January 8. Dinner will be served at 6:30 PM, followed at 7:15 PM by a crowd-pleasing program of Bluegrass music by Cat Elwell and Saucony Grass. The band is comprised of Stavros Flamporis (bass), Pastor Steven (mandolin and banjo), Cat Elwell, (fiddle), singer Rose Hogan, and Matt Synnesvedt (guitar). Cat Elwell and
Saucony Grass will showcase the hard-driving Bluegrass and soaring harmony vocals that the band is known for with a healthy dose of Gospel and a twist of pop, Celtic, and jazz thrown in.
What a way to ring in the new year: traditional Pennsylvania Dutch food and Bluegrass music! Please mark your calendar, save the date, and bring your family for a wonderful event the whole family will enjoy. The pork and sauerkraut dinner (with chicken
alternative) is $10. Don’t forget to invite your friends!