Saturday August 1, 2015
EXPERIENCE WINERIES, GOURMET FOOD & MORE
AT THE INAUGURAL CHARLES COUNTY FOOD & WINE FESTIVAL
The Inaugural *Charles County Food & Wine Festival to take place at the
Regency Furniture Stadium on Saturday, August 8th
AIDEN Investmentspresents the Inaugural Charles County Food & Wine Festival, featuring over 12 wineries and 100+ wines. The Charles County Food & Wine Festival will take place Saturday, August 8th from 11:00am to 6:00pm at the Regency Furniture Stadium in Waldorf, Maryland.
Sip wines from wineries including Bordeleau, Cove Point, Great Shoals, Layton’s Choice, The Winery at Olney, Port of Leonardtown, Romano Vineyard, Running Hare, St. Michael’s, Reggae Wines, Sweet Tulip Wines and Dionysos Imports.
Enjoy gourmet eats provided by Carrabbas, Boston’s The Gourmet Pizza, Feelin’ Crabby, The Big Cheese, Doc’s Jamaican Cuisine, Simple Pleasures, G-Rod Jerk Chicken & BBQ, Rock Salt, Myra’s New Orleans Food, Capital Chicken & Waffles, Daveri Catering, Honey Bun Cake Factory, Kona Ice of Charles County & more!
Dance the day away with live music by Sara Gray and Secret Society & enjoy unique shopping from the many artists and craft vendors.
“The Charles County Food & Wine Festival will be the first large scale wine festival to take place within Charles County,” stated Andrew Mohan, President of AIDEN Investments. “We have been experiencing an overwhelmingly positive response from the residents of Charles County as well as those throughout the Washington D.C. Metropolitan area, who are excited to be attending this Inaugural event. This will be a memorable experience for food and wine lovers throughout the region.”
A portion of the proceeds from The Charles County Food & Wine Festival will benefit The Charity Carousel whose mission is to feed the hungry children and families within our community.
The Inaugural Charles County Food & Wine Festival is sponsored by, Asher & Asher Law Firm, Waldorf Chevy Cadillac, Lennar Homes and Transamerica.
The Inaugural Charles County Wine & Food Festival will take place rain or shine.
*This is not a Charles county government or b Scene Events event.
WHAT: Inaugural *Charles County Food & Wine Festival
WHEN: Saturday, August 8th, 2015, 11AM-6PM
WHERE: Regency Furniture Stadium
11765 St Linus Drive, Waldorf, MD 20602
COST: Tickets starting at $25 (in advance) and $40 at the gate. Kids
12 and under are FREE! A portion of the proceeds will benefit The Charity Carousel.
MORE INFO: For more information, please visit www.charlescountywinefestival.com .
MEDIA Andrew Mohan
CONTACT: Charles County Food & Wine Festival
Saturday August 1, 2015
Philadelphia magazine’s Best of Philly Soiree
When: August 6th 2015; 6:30-10:00 PM
Where: Dilworth Park
Tickets: General Admission: $90.00 / Mercedes-Benz VIP Tickets: $150.00 (Early Admission)
In celebration of Philadelphia magazine’s 2015 "Best of Philly" winners, Philadelphia magazine will again host the city’s biggest party of the year on Thursday, August 6th in the heart of the city! Guests will enjoy award-winning food, summer cocktails and dancing under the stars at Dilworth Park at City Hall. Cocktail attire is suggested. The Mercedes-Benz VIP party begins at 5:00pm; General admission at 6:30pm.
Event is rain or shine. 10% of ticket proceeds from this event will benefit the Center City District Foundation.
Saturday August 1, 2015
Grace Episcopal Church Presents the 6th Annual East Concord Pork Festival
On Sunday, August 16, from 12pm -2:30pm, bring your family and friends to this year's sixth annual East Concord Pork Festival at Grace Episcopal Church/Merrill Park in East Concord, NH. Enjoy a homemade meal of roast pork, hamburgers, hot dogs, jambalaya, baked beans, potato salad, cole slaw, brownies and ice cream. Lots of family fun including touch-a-truck, a bounce house and live music by Balladeer Jim Barnes, plus a variety of raffles. This event is free to the public, but donations are welcomed. All proceeds go towards the Church’s Take-A-Tote ministry to feed Concord’s hungry schoolchildren.
The Take- A-Tote program was developed as an outreach goal of the Bishop's Committee in 2009 to provide weekend "totes," packed with food that is nutritious, easy-to-prepare and nonperishable. Children who receive free or reduced-cost lunches during the school week often have little food support at home on the weekend. By delivering bags each week filled with cereal, pasta, soup cups, ramen noodles, as well as fresh fruit, breakfast bars and packages of crackers and cheese, Grace Episcopal Church has ensured that at least 50 families at Mill Brook School have supplemental food to nourish their children on the weekend. Last year, the Concord School Board recognized Grace Episcopal Church as “Champion for Children” because of this program. This year, due to the generosity of the community, we have been able to double the number of bags each week. Visit us at: https://www.facebook.com/taketote.
For more information, contact Grace Episcopal Church at (603) 224-2252, or visit www.graceeastconcord.org.
Saturday August 1, 2015
6th ANNUAL SF STREET FOOD FESTIVAL
90 Vendors. 1 Street. A lot of hungry people.
From Saturday, August 15th through Sunday, August 16th La Cocina will join The Midway and Noise Pop in hosting our 7th Annual Street Food Festival, this year at Forest City’s iconic Pier 70 location in San Francisco’s Dogpatch neighborhood. From the site where the Transbay Tunnel was built, we invite you to join over 100 owner-operated food businesses representing the best of the Bay for a free-to-enter celebration of hard work, well-made food and the vibrant and inclusive food economy that we all dream of.
La Cocina’s San Francisco Street Food Festival is a celebration of community, culture and entrepreneurial spirit. Where micro–entrepreneurs and informal food vendors cook next to James Beard Award winners and Michelin–starred chefs. Where every block is a barbacoa to bhelpuri to banh mi exploration of flavor (although probably not all at once), all on the same street, and all at the same price. Located in San Francisco’s Mission District, the festival showcases the best of the Bay Area’s local food entrepreneurs and restaurants.
The event is hosted by La Cocina, a non–profit incubator kitchen working to formalize food businesses for low–income and immigrant food entrepreneurs.
Eat to your cart’s content at this year’s SF Street Food Festival. Buy a passport now for savings.
- July 23-25, 201534th Annual Sun Valley Center Wine AuctionKetchum, Idaho
- July 24-25, 2015Summer Brew Fest 2015Denver, Colorado
- July 24-25, 2015Michigan Brewers Guild 18th Annual Summer Beer FestivalYpsilanti, Michigan
- July 24-26, 2015Atlantic City Food & Wine FestivalAtlantic City, NJ
- July 25, 2015All Pints North Summer Brew FestDuluth, Minnesota
- July 25, 20156th Annual Milwaukee BrewfestMilwaukee, Wisconsin
- July 25-26, 201522nd Annual Oxnard Salsa FestivalOxnard, Calif.
- July 25-26, 2015Chicago Hot Sauce FestChicago, Illinois
- July 25-26, 2015Berries and Barbecue Wine TrailHermann, Missouri
- July 25-26, 2015Bounty of the Hudson Wine & Food FestivalWarwick, New York
- July 25-28, 2015Society for Nutrition Education & Behavior ConferencePittsburg, Pennsylvania
- July 26, 2015Crush Wine FestivalGreater Boston, Massachusetts
- July 27, 2015St. Louis No Kid Hungry DinnerSt. Louis, Missouri
- July 28, 2015Flavors of MiamiMiami, Florida
- July 30-August 2, 2015International Cake Exploration Societé 40th Annual Convention & ShowOmaha, Nebraska
- July 30-August 2, 2015Animal Rights National ConferenceWash D.C.
- July 30-August 3, 2015Cook. Craft. Create. Convention & ShowOrlando, Florida
- July 31-August 1, 2015Beer, Bourbon and BBQ Festival 2015Cary, North Carolina