Chamber making preparations for Celebrate Monroeville event
The Monroeville Area of Chamber of Commerce is gearing up for the ninth annual Celebrate Monroeville event.
The Sept. 19 celebration — which will take place at the Monroeville Convention Center from 4 to 8:30 p.m. — will feature samples from local restaurants in the Taste of Monroeville showcase, while the Marketplace Monroeville will feature local businesses' products and services.
Scheduled on the performance stage this year are the Gateway High School marching band, Gateway cheerleaders and the Lily Wine Affair. Also, a cast of mascots and costumed characters will circulate throughout the exhibit hall.
More than 250 merchants and restaurant vendors have signed on to participate. Last year, more than 3,000 people attended.
Admission is $10 for adults and $7 for students and people over the age of 62. One extra “taste” ticket will be awarded to attendees who support the food drive.
Free additional parking and shuttle service will be available in the Monroeville Mall parking lot across from Goodyear Tire, adjacent to Macy's.
For more information, call 412-856-0622.
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