First Thursday Food Trucks, Oct 3, 2013

Tucker Farmers Market

October 3, 2013

4-8pm

2333 Main St., Tucker, GA, 30084

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

More than 25 local farmers and food producers

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:

Vendor News

  • New Vendor: Anisa’s Secrets with offers all natural seasoning blends, organic flavored sugars and gourmet salts.
  • Returning: Diana’s Specialties with applewood smoked salmon and trout; Stripaggio olive oils; Henry’s Farm kettle corn; Red Cactus tamales and empanadas; and Old Gregg’s boiled peanuts and Pearson Farm pecans.
  • Fitzgerald’s Stick a Fork in It BBQ will return with their Brunswick stew and baked sweet potato.
  • Over the next few weeks, we will be shifting to a smaller autumn set up for the market. If you don’t find your favorite vendor in their usual spot, stop by the TFM booth to ask where they’ve moved.

Music at the Market

4-6  Cody Bearden
6-8 Laura Monk and High Cotton

 

Community Booth

Tucker High School Quarterback Club

Selling raffle tickets for a Big Green Egg.

Tucker High Poster

Evansdale Elementary Eagle Trek
Walk-a-Thon

The Tucker Farmers Market is pleased to welcome the Evansdale Elementary Eagle Trek Walk-a-Thon. Stop by the TFM on October 3 to find out how you can help them reach their fundraising goal of $65,000!

Eagle Trek is a walk-a-thon at Evansdale Elementary, on October 3, 2013.  All students are participating and have pledged to walk for thirty minutes.  With your help, every minute and every step will raise money to improve our school and learning experience for every Evansdale student.

All donations are 100% tax deductible. Checks may be made out to Evansdale Education Foundation.

Proceeds for this fundraiser will go to provide teacher training, classroom resources, enrichment programs and materials, additional staffing not provided by the county, as well as numerous events and programs to enrich and engage the Evansdale community.  The event benefits the Evansdale Foundation and the Evansdale PTA, two organizations managed by school parent volunteers and dedicated to making our goals a reality.

Perhaps the best part is that we keep more of the money you pledge right here at the school.  The PTA has done a great job with catalog sales in previous years, but a portion of those proceeds must be shared with a managing company.  By joining forces, the PTA and Foundation are making this happen at our school, and all of the proceeds stay here.

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