The Palm Springs Firefighters Fish Fry, a decades-old tradition, will return next month after a two-year hiatus, the city announced Monday. It will mark the 89th time the event has been held.
This year's event, where city firefighters will again serve up fish fry dinners, will take place June 4 at Ruth Hardy Park from 6 to 10 p.m. Each meal is $10. This year's menu will consist of rainbow trout served with corn on the cob, coleslaw and beverages. Attendees can also order a hamburger or hot dog instead of the fish if they prefer. The event will also include live music and dancing, the city said.
“The Palm Springs Fire Association’s annual Fish Fry is a much loved city tradition that our residents look forward to every year,” said Fire Chief Kevin Nalder. “After a two year pause due to COVID, we are delighted to invite our residents once again to this to bring the whole family and enjoy some fantastic fried fish in Ruth Hardy Park.”
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