Save the date for June 26, 2016, when Trade Street becomes an outdoor dining experience. The Tryon Downtown Development Association invites you to join in a local, farm-fresh, plated meal, live entertainment, and more.
“There has been a high demand for this type of event, and we’re excited to bring a new experience to downtown Tryon” said Jamie Carpenter, executive director of the Tryon Downtown Development Association.
Volunteers from downtown businesses and the community at-large will be helping to make this event happen.
Tickets are on sale online at www.downtowntryon.org/farmtotrade, or for cash/check purchase at Huckleberry’s Restaurant and additional downtown locations. Also at the Tryon Downtown Development Association located at 231B N Trade Street.
Tickets are $30 in advance, and include a plated meal, seat at the dining table, and non-alcoholic beverages. Beer and wine will be available as a cash bar. Trade Street will be open to the public, and those who do not wish to join in the dinner will still have access to downtown shops, the cash bar, and to enjoy the live entertainment.
For those interested in sponsoring, volunteering, or to find out more information, please contact Jamie Carpenter at 828-859-6484, or Jamie@downtowntryon.org.
TDDA works to revitalize and preserve downtown Tryon through economic development, quality design and preserving the historic nature of downtown, and promotion of downtown. We do this through partnerships with businesses, local government and governing boards, and more.