NMU 'PigStock' Party Open to the Public

Wednesday 6, 2013


MARQUETTE, Mich.— Northern Michigan University’s Dining Services is throwing a “PigStock” party from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday, March 11, in the Marketplace dining facility on campus. The event will feature foods made from pigs purchased from a local 4-H club at the Marquette County Fair.

The event is open to the public. Prices for adults are $6.50 for breakfast, $8.50 for lunch and $9.50 for dinner. Rates for children are $3.75 for breakfast, $4.75 for lunch and $5.25 for dinner. Menu items include Vera Cruz burritos and maple bacon donuts for breakfast, Mandarin ribs and cavatappi with sweet sausage at lunch, and Kogi tacos and crispy Thai pork pizza at dinner. Vegetarians can enjoy white cheddar grits and vegan riblets.

Two live bands will entertain diners throughout the day.  A prize wheel and raffle drawings will also be part of the festivities. The Marketplace is located between the Payne/Halverson and Gant/Spalding residence halls on NMU’s campus.

For more information, contact Stephanie Raboin at 227-2588 or email sraboin@nmu.edu.


Kyle Lynch
Student Writer