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The Shelton-Mason County Chamber of Commerce is hosting the Chamber Expo & Bite of Mason County from 11:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Friday in downtown Shelton.

Admission is free. Nearly 100 vendors with local restaurants, services, retailers and community groups will be there.

More than a dozen local food and beverage vendors will be showcased in the Bite of Mason County. Dale's Mobile Kitchen, Shelton Candy Shoppe, Snacksidents, Tasty Bites and Wilde Irish Pub will make their first appearance at the event. Other food vendors at the event include Eastside Specialty Cakes, Fat Cat Coffee Shop, Northwest Expressions, Radio Fryer Foods, Railroad Tap Station, Steph's Espresso, Tempting Eats & Treats, Urraco Coffee Co. and Wild & Woodsy Catering. T's Café & Espresso was the winner of the 2021 Golden Fork award and will be at the event to defend its title.

Some new businesses with a booth will be Crown Sign & Seal and Hodge Podge Farm, and established local businesses making their event debut include Family Education & Support Services, Fred Holmes Tree Service, Great Bend Center for Music, Hawks View Insurance and Shelton Highclimbers Football Booster Club.

Shelton-Mason County Chamber of Commerce President Heidi McCutcheon said it is one the Chamber's favorite events.

"We get to show off the businesses and nonprofits that make Mason County unique – and there's truly something for everyone," McCutcheon wrote in an email to the Journal. "Some folks drop by on their lunch break for delicious bites, others swing down for the afternoon, some come back at the end of the workday after picking up the family. I think this year we'll see a bunch of families check out the happenings on Railroad before heading to the new Movies in the Park, hosted by the city. The Expo & Bite of Mason County is an incredible opportunity to highlight local entrepreneurs, give a platform for local efforts, and allow residents to explore all that you can get right here. I'm thankful that the Chamber continues this tradition."

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Matt Baide, Reporter

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Shelton-Mason County Journal & Belfair Herald
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