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Food, Kid Time, and The Peanuts Movie tonight at Westover Hill Baptist Church

You have no idea what to make for dinner and those leftovers look fuzzy.




Sorry for the delay in getting information out this week, but there WILL be Food Trucks at Woodland Heights Baptist Church (611 W. 31st St.) Friday night (8/5) from 5:30-8:00. In addition to the food, we’ll have a time for kids from 6:30-7:00 during which children’s author Martin Tiller will read his book “Kevin & the Seven Lions” and the kids will have a craft time as well. At 8:30 or so we will show “The Peanuts Movie” on the big screen in the parking lot with free popcorn and lemonade. Come out for one or all of these fun events!

This week’s scheduled vendors are:

  • Carytown Burgers & Fries – Voted #1 for over a decade! It’s not just a burger…anymore! Vegetarian, chicken, kids menu, salads and options galore!
  • Gyro Kabab King – “Fresh Arab/Middle Eastern Food: Beef Steak, Kushary, Shawarm, Baklava”.
  • Quick Curry — Authentic Indian Food, from mild to SPICY.
    …and for dessert…
  • DeRochennet Delights —“Luscious handmade chocolates from a master Chocolatier”

Just one more week until August 12 and the Woodland Heights Artists in Residence Arts & Crafts Show & Sale running alongside the Food Trucks from 6:00-8:00 in the parking lot. At this point, we have 22 vendors registered, so it should be a great time to see some wonderful handmade and free trade items from your neighbors, and perhaps to pick up a gift for someone special (maybe even yourself).

–Robert Johns

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