Gooseneck Hill Waterfowl Sanctuary, the largest covered waterfowl sanctuary in the United States, is holding its annual fundraiser, Taste of the Southtowns, on Sunday, April 28 from noon to 5 p.m. inside the St. Aloysius Hall, 190 Franklin St., Springville.

There will be over 45 food items served by eight local restaurants: Chanderson’s, Colden Market & Café, Colden Mill Restaurant, Fiesta Bamba, 49 Coffee House & Eatery, Jake & the Fatman, The Legacy and The Woods At Bear Creek.

Food prices range from $2 to $5 and include pulled beef, pork, chicken, seafood, appetizers, desserts, soups, salads and more.

The “Rustic Ramblers“ with Gene Hilts on the steel guitar will be playing the whole day. Eric Davis, LMT, will provide massages for $1 per minute.

There will be 50 Chinese auction baskets and a silent auction with lots of overnight stays, golf packages, photos and more.

Admission is free with $10 purchase of food or Chinese auction tickets.

Gooseneck Hill Waterfowl Sanctuary has over 700 endangered and protected ducks, geese and swans from all over the world, including 78 rare species.

For more information, call 942-6835, email or visit