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Delicious Bites Benefit COCC Scholarship Program

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A tasty benefit raising funds for the scholarship program at Central Oregon Community College—features an evening nibbling on tasty bites from some of Bend's best restaurants while listening to live music from The High Street Band.



At Taste of the Town you can enjoy food from 17 different restaurants, distilleries and breweries including: 10 Below, Anthony's, Awbrey Glen, Baldy's BBQ, Barrio, Bellatazza, Bendistillery, Bleu Bite Catering, Bonta Artisan Gelato, Bow Tie Catering, Cascade Catering Company, Currents at The Riverhouse, Elevation, Mantra, Sunriver Brewing, Tate & Tate Catering and Too Sweet Cakes – all for $35.

That's a very small price to pay to do some good and eat well. In addition to the feast you can buy raffle tickets to win unique prizes and experiences. Don't wait, this event sells out.


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Lisa Sipe

Food Writer | The Source Weekly

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