The Union Town Sausage Feed is Still on
Garrison Hardie

The Union Town Sausage Feed is Still on

A pandemic does not stop a tradition.

UNION TOWN, WA - If you love sausage, mark your calendar for Sunday, March 7th at the Uniontown Community Building for the 68th annual Sausage Feed from 10 A.M. to 5 P.M. Located on Highway 195, just 16 miles south of Pullman, you can experience a longstanding tradition because according to the event's organizers, "A pandemic does not stop a tradition". Event planners say they are offering this year’s dinner curbside only.

The Drive thru line will start at the Uniontown Coop on the North end of town. Then just follow the signs to pick up that wonderful sausage. The menu includes ¾ pound of sausage made from a secret recipe, mashed potatoes, sauerkraut, green beans, applesauce, rolls, and pie. You can purchase your ticket in line on the day of the event with cash or checks only, or online before March 1st at www.uniontownwa.org . The cost of one dinner is $13, so if you're paying with cash, make sure you have the correct amount so the organizers can expedite the process. 

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