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Monday, October 14, 2013
Fourth annual “Taste of Tucker”
A street festival featuring food from local restaurants, great music, a farmers market, and fun for all ages. Also a fundraiser for a worthy cause.
Saturday, Oct. 19, 1-6 p.m.
Main Street in downtown Tucker
Bambinelli’s, Big Tex, Brockett Pub, Chick-fil-A, The Comeback, El Toro, Grecian Gyro, Growler Time, L’ Thai Organic Cuisine, Hushpuppies, IHOP Tucker, Kochi, Local No. 7, Longhorn Steakhouse, Lunch On Main, Marlow’s Tavern, Matthews Cafeteria, Riverside Pizza, Smoke Rise Country Club, Sprig, Sweet Dee’s Bakeshop, and Uncle Maddio’s; all booths sponsored by Restaurant Equipment Services
Soft drinks will be provided by Keller Williams Tucker Northlake and water by Hero Water. A beer truck provided by Bud Light will be on site.
Five Star Iris, Midnight Revival, Buck O’ Five and Business Casual will perform on the Cofer Brothers Main Stage
A secondary stage with open-mic karaoke, sponsored by Beth Kellerman Nationwide Insurance. A Kidz’ Zone with inflatables, sponsored by Chick-fil-A and Stone Point Church. The Tucker Farmers Market featuring produce and goods from local growers and artisans.
Proceeds go to NETworks Cooperative Ministry, a coalition of nearly 20 area churches which provides food and financial assistance for low income neighbors in Northlake-Embry Hills-Tucker. Last year’s event raised enough money to support 50 individuals and families. Festival goers are encouraged to bring donations of pop-top and microwaveable foods.
Posted by The Tucker Initiative at 8:49 PM