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Our gals of TeaParty Boston are helping to celebrate some Somerville pride (word.) with this event taking place tomorrow at The Armory.
If you go, get in on the tweetfest by using the hashtag #hfest2k9
Here is all the info:
“On October 3rd, 2009, Somerville Local First, Downtown Wine & Spirits and Arts at the Armory will hold the first annual Harvest Fest, a celebration of Local Business, Food, Libations, Music & Art.
This event is designed to educate and engage the community around the benefits of supporting local and independent businesses and artists.
By creating a vibrant mix of education, art, music, food and drink we will welcome and engage our guests in an environment that promotes community and education while providing entertainment for all of the senses.
The event is open to the public and free to attend. If attendees wish to sample the food and drink, they will pay a $12 wristband fee.
Security volunteers will ID and monitor all alcohol consumption.
Here’s our Rockstar list of Participants
Food samplings by:
City Slicker Cafe
Eat @ Jumbo’s
Teele Square Cafe
Craft brew samplings from:
Berkshire Brewing Company
New England Vineyards include:
Greenvale (Portsmouth RI)
Running Brook (Dartmouth, MA)
Turtle creek (Lincoln, ma)
The Somerville Local Fashion Show featuring:
Black & Blues
poor little rich girl
Local art/crafts: Tables offering hand-made Somerville arts & crafts from Blue Cloud Gallery & Magpie
Closing Performance – The Zebbler/Encanti Experience (Visual Artist of the Year, 2008)
Hugh McGowan of the Burren Open Mic
One Fine Morning
Acoustic installations and more.
Artist Installations by:
Sally Miller, Raul Gonzalez of the Miracle 5 (The Debut of SLF Exlusive and Limited Edition T-Shirts) & more…”