Nourishing The Soul

City Sponsored Dinner Helps Mark Black History

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Posted: February 18, 2013

Linda Ferrell helps great-granddaughters Skaimyah, 4, (left) and Nakyah, 6, during the annual Soul Food Dinner at the Simms Center Saturday. The dinner, free to the public, provides a sampling of cultural cuisine as well as music and desserts, and is sponsored by the city’s Parks and Recreation Department. (Photos by Jason Lenhart)
Saturday’s dinner Soul Food Dinner at the Simms Center in Harrisonburg featured soups, chicken, pasta and everything in between.
A jazz ensemble from James Madison University performs during the annual Soul Food Dinner, sponsored by Harrisonburg Parks and Recreation, at the Simms Center on Saturday.
HARRISONBURG — Three years ago, cousins Stephanie Howard and Deanna Reed first tested an idea they had been kicking around: bringing locals together over original soul food recipes to celebrate...

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