A threat of severe stormy weather has led Fondren Renaissance to move tonight’s Taste of Fondren to Fondren Corner.
The ticketed event will get under way at 6 p.m.
The Taste of Fondren is a benefit for the continuing arts and education efforts of the foundation and will highlight “all things Fondren.”
Area restaurants will be presenting their favorite and most sought after dishes paired with the latest innovative cocktail and beer offerings from local area providers. A Capital City Stage band combo is scheduled to perform.
A highlight of the evening will be participation of all Fondren-area schools in a student hung clothesline art show. Strung in an arts festival atmosphere, guests will be able to view the newly created works by students of Boyd Elementary, the Education Center, St. Andrew’s Elementary and St. Richard’s Catholic School.
Tickets are available at fondren.org for $50 in advance and $65 at the door.
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