Fulton, NY – The menu is set and the beer’s chilling in preparation for the Child Advocacy Center’s third Annual Chicken Wing and Micro-Brew Fest.
To be held February 7 from 6 to 10 p.m. at the Lake Ontario Event & Conference Center, East First Street in Oswego adjacent to the Best Western Hotel, the CAC’s Chicken Wing and Micro-Brew Fest is one of Warm Up Oswego’s official Fiesta Hot Spots.
The event features chicken wings from a variety of Oswego County’s favorite eateries.
Participants to date include: Canale’s Restaurant, Greene’s Ale House, Jimmie James BBQ, The Press Box, Oswego Ancient Order of Hibernians, Kristen’s Kitchen at Battle Island, Lighthouse Lanes, The Office Tavern, Red Sun Fire Roasting Co. and Steamer’s.
The restaurants will compete for the CAC’s Blue Ribbon Award for the best tasting chicken wing as they offer samples of their signature chicken wings.
Eagle Beverage will also be on hand to offer samples from a wide variety of micro-brews.
Additionally, Lake Ontario Photo Booth will be on site for fun group photos, and singer / guitarist Mike Shiel will provide the music.
All proceeds from the event will benefit the CAC, a non-profit organization that works hand-in-hand with local law enforcement, prosecution, child protective services, medical providers, mental health providers, and victim advocacy professionals in Oswego County to protect and serve child victims of sexual and physical abuse.
In 2013, the CAC served more than 475 children and families in Oswego County.
The CAC’s main office is located at 301 Beech St., in Fulton; there is also a satellite office at 4822 Salina St., in Pulaski.
Tickets to attend the CAC Chicken Wing & Micro-Brew Fest are $20 each, advance sale; $25 at the door; and include a sampling of each restaurant’s signature chicken wing and each micro-brew.
Additional samplings will be available for purchase at the event.
For more information on the fest, or to purchase tickets, contact the CAC at 315-592-4453, visit the agency’s www.oswegocac.org, or www.oswegowingfest.com or follow the Child Advocacy Center of Oswego County on Facebook.