Guests at Governor Josh Shapiro’s inaugural party that was held on Tuesday at Rock Lititz in Lititz got to enjoy both music and some delicious food from Chester County, writes Sue Gleiter for PennLive.
The party, which capped off the earlier swearing-in ceremony in Harrisburg, featured an array of local businesses from across Pennsylvania, including prepared by over 60 vendors who provided the food and drinks.
“Governor-Elect Shapiro knows our local businesses are the backbone of Pennsylvania’s economy,” said Amanda Warren, executive director of the Shapiro-Davis Inaugural Committee ahead of the party, “so we are proud to have over 60 locally owned and operated businesses partnering with us to mark the beginning of the Shapiro-Davis Administration.”
Phillips Mushrooms in Kennett Square was among the selected vendors.
Meanwhile, indie rock group Mt. Joy, whose lead singer Matt Quinn is a Conestoga High School graduate, were among the performers for the evening which also included rap stars Wiz Khalifa and R&B singer Smokey Robinson.
Read more about the inaugural party in PennLive.