More than 18,000 people are expected to attend the 13th annual Superior Plumbing Taste of Acworth event Oct. 14 in Historic Downtown Acworth.
The event takes place from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Main Street. The event is sponsored by Acworth Business Association working with the City of Acworth.
Area businesses and organizations will man more than 100 booths, and more than 30 restaurants are expected to participate. Admission is free. Food samples are $1 to $4.
An entertainment stage will feature performances by area dance students, music, a dog show and a high school team cooking challenge.
A large Kids’ Zone will offer inflatables, a quad bungee, a rock wall and more.
Parking is available throughout the area.
For more information about the event, contact Jonathan Jenkins at JRM Management Services, at 770-423-1330, or go to acworthbusiness.org. The website includes sponsorship and vendor information.
When: Oct. 14, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Where: Main Street, Historic Downtown Acworth.
What: 100-plus booths hosted by businesses and organizations, 30-plus restaurants,entertainment stage and kids’ zone.
Admission: Free. Food samples are $1 to $4.
Benefits: Acworth area schools and charities.
Restaurants that signed up to participate prior to Around Acworth magazine’s publication deadline, include:
• Bruster’s Real Ice Cream
• Carrabba’s Italian Grill
• Center Street Tavern
• Chicken Salad Chick
• Coldstone Creamery
• Copeland’s of New Orleans
• Dogwood Terrace
• Frozen Cow Creamery
• Fusco’s Via Roma
• Henry’s Louisiana Grill
• Huey Luey’s
• Nick’s BBQ
• Roy’s Royal Dogs
• Taste Jamaica
• Texas Roadhouse
By Carla Caldwell