The "adult Halloween event' will again be held in the Westin Resort's meeting rooms and ballroom. Rotary club president Briuce Munro announced the date while encouraging club members to volunteer for committees and planning.
"This is our largest fundraiser and is used for providing all scholarships," he wrote in the group's weekly e-mail, adding "Everyone's participation is expected."
Flavors bills itself as "An evening on the beach with music, dancing and St John's best food." Dozens of local restaurants and bars prepare samples of their best fare while attendees vote for their favorites.
Tickets will be available at several retail locations on island as well as online, if it all goes this year as last year. Everyone is welcome – local or visitor. Attending is a great way to sample a smorgasbord of St. John's best food and drink, as well as a great way to get to know a few of the people who call the island home and are active in supporting good works and activities.