Tag: Weekend

Food, music fill the air at Westmoreland Fair grounds this weekend

The smell of burgers and barbecue smoke was in the air Friday night at the Westmoreland County Fairgrounds during the Food & Music Festival, the first time fair organizers have promoted their own food-truck event.

“It’s great to be out serving food for the public,” said Jason Frye of Pleasant Lane Farms in Unity, who, along with Logan Family Farms and Jesse’s Chicken, took over a cinder-block kitchen building on the fairgrounds as the Westmoreland Farms Food Group.

In addition to the food trucks, the food group’s members are bringing local products directly to customers from the region’s farms, a

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Looking For Things to Do This Weekend? Here’s Where to Go (and What to Wear)

Not long ago, you might have found yourself all dressed up with nowhere to go. Or, more likely, you weren’t dressed up at all. But that was then, and this is now—and looking ahead to June, the cultural calendar is quickly filling up with openings and exhibitions. In New York, Thomas Heatherwick’s long-awaited Little Island has opened like a not-so-secret garden floating above the Hudson River. Out on Long Island at Pace Gallery’s outpost in East Hampton, there’s the David Hockney show “Ma Normandie,” which presents delightful watercolors and depictions of the artist’s home in France.

In California, Dior delivers

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Weekend Ticket: Feastival, photography and lots of live tunes | News

This weekend, get your appetite ready for food and fun.

Fried catfish and catfish stew signal the Memorial Day weekend happening that brings thousands of visitors to Ware Shoals for the annual Catfish Feastival.

The Feastival opened Wednesday with amusement rides and live music, and continues through Saturday night with bands, arts, crafts, a firefighter challenge and more. There is no alcohol being served at this family-friendly event.

Photography fans can get their fix and a cup of joe, too, at Aromas Uptown, 338 Main St. Recent Lander University graduate Seth Young, of Greenwood, is installing a show of 15

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