June 6 at the TFM

June 6, 2013

4-8pm

2333 Main St., Tucker, GA, 30084

In Freemason’s Square and the Bank of America parking lot

More than 35 local farmers and food producers

This week at the market

Music by Mike Snowden from Snowden Guitars

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First-Thursday Food Trucks

On the first Thursday of every month, the Tucker Farmers Market hosts local food trucks. Come out to explore the wilds of Atlanta food truck cuisine. This week’s trucks include:

Community Booth

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Come visit the Tucker Civic Association at the community booth at the Tucker Farmers Market! We will be collecting donations for the “Smart Lunch, Smart Kid” program, which provides children who receive free or reduced-price lunches during the school year with access to healthy lunches during the summer.

Please bring bottled water, 100% juice boxes, individually wrapped chips, pretzels, crackers, or fruit (applesauce, fruit cups, dried fruit, or fruit rollups).

We will also have an art station set up where kids can decorate the lunch bags.

We will be packing the lunches on June 9 from 12:30 to 2:00 PM at the Tucker First United Methodist Activity Center (across from the old Library) as our June “Give an Hour” project. If you can’t make it to the Farmers Market on Thursday you can drop off donations at this time.

Kids’ Booth

Tucker Civic Association will provide an art station where kids can decorate lunch bags for the “Smart Lunch, Smart Kids” program.

Smoke Rise Community Garden

Smoke Rise Community Garden will be at the market, as well, with information about renting some of the last remaining plots. Get yours now!

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