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Popular Lincoln Highway SupperMarket returns for 5th season

Shirley McMarlin
Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
The weekly summer Lincoln Highway SupperMarket returns on June 5 to the Lincoln Highway Experience museum in Unity. (From left) Lincoln Highway Heritage Corridor Executive Director Olga Herbert, Doug Jaffe, Chuck Mason and Mary Jaffe enjoy a 2016 SupperMarket.

Instead of stopping at the supermarket, the Lincoln Highway Experience invites hungry people to stop on summer Wednesdays at the SupperMarket.

The fifth season of the weekly gourmet picnic event kicks off 5-8 p.m. June 5 on the museum grounds at 3435 Route 30 East, Unity, at the intersection with Route 217.

SupperMarket offers freshly prepared a la carte items from seven area chefs every Wednesday, weather permitting, through August. This summer’s food purveyors are Sun Dawg Café, Chef Dato’s Table, Connections Café, Aroma Italiano, Out of the Fire and Catering Creations, along with Irma’s German Goodies in the first half of the season and Grateful Smoke BBQ in the second half.

Lincoln Highway Experience staffers sell cold beverages.

Each SupperMarket is accompanied by live music, with scheduled performers including Tim Bush, Detention, Three Good Reasons, Gashouse Annie, Heavenly Biscuits, Wayne Shaffer, Rich Kingera, DejaVu, Adams Seifert and Tim Roberts and Stacey Meyers.

Parking fee is $3 per car.

SupperMarket is sponsored by the Lincoln Highway Heritage Corridor.

In case of inclement weather, a cancellation notice will be posted by 1:30 p.m. for that Wednesday, on the SupperMarket website.

Details: 724-879-4241 or lincolnhighwaysuppermarket.com

Shirley McMarlin is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Shirley at 724-836-5750, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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