#PAandSimo's Mother's Day Grubbin'

Business Social

Wednesday, May 15, 2019

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Pink Apron caterer Charissa Henry-Skyers and Simo's Bread and Catering principal Christina Simonitsch welcomed patrons on Sunday to #PAandSimo Mother's Day Fair at the Arcadia Great House in Duncan's, Trelawny. Families enjoyed scrumptious fare and outdoor activities around the great house at the Mother's Day event orchestrated by the two breakout culinary personalities.

Champagne popsicles kept the possibility of heat stroke at bay and guests streamed across the lawns basking in the breeze and views of the North Coast. While the adults enjoyed Deaf Can! Coffee and bottomless mimosas courtesy of Rosh Marketing, with copious amounts of brunch fare at their disposal, the juniors had their fill of lawn games from Jenga, Yahtzee, Connect Four and chess. They even had their own kiddie food station stocked with all the mac and cheese and grilled chicken skewers imaginable.

There were also local vendors who provided the opportunity to purchase #PAandSimo mementos, including One One Cacao with their bean-to-bar chocolates, Outland Hurders with an array of delectable cheeses, Tea Time Bar with a varying selection of flavoured teas, Arm Candy by Gianna with trinkets and jewellery, and Proverbial Yardie for those who wanted their favourite Jamaican proverbs on magnets, key rings, calendars, and more.

Wednesday Social was on location.

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