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LaFontaine Arts announces JeFFFest vendors

Posted: Friday, June 10, 2011

JeFFFest, the community event presented by the LaFontaine Art Council and Four Corners Custom Framing, offers fabulous music, fine arts and fun food for everyone to enjoy.  This year’s event will be held on Sunday, June 19 from 6 to 8:30 p.m. in downtown Huntington. Food is a big draw for festival goers, and this year’s JeFFFest offers something for everyone. The complete list of food vendors and their offerings includes the following:

* ThEatery - mini chicken cordon bleu, club sandwiches, stuffed mushrooms, bacon-wrapped green beans
* Kim’s Katered Affair - assorted creme-filled cupcakes, frosted cupcakes
* Nick’s Kitchen - mini tenderloins, potato salad, slaw, assorted pies
* Wings, Etc. - chicken wings, green bean fries, Andes chocolate mint cream pie
* Hoosier Drive-In - pulled pork sandwiches
* The Brick House Grill - crab cakes, stuffed mushrooms and strawberry short cake
* Vinatelli’s - lasagna, pizza pie, side house salad, cheesecake
* The Rusty Dog Irish Pub - beautiful mother’s chicken salad, real bacon cole slaw, bangers and mash
* LaFontaine Arts Council - assorted soft drinks, root beer floats
* The Party Shop - milk chocolate pecan turtles
* Bailey’s Coffee Ala Carte, LLC - iced coffees and teas, lattes, mochas, smoothies, and cappucino.

Tickets will be sold at the Jefferson and Washington Street and Jefferson and Market Street intersections the evening of JeFFFest in one-dollar increments.  These tickets can then be exchanged for the food items, with most drinks requiring one or two tickets and food items needing two to four tickets. Tables and chairs will be set up on the street to accommodate the crowd, but people are encouraged to bring their own seating as well.

The Lime City Jazz Combo will kick off the evening with its music beginning at 6 p.m.  Eric Clancy Jazz will play from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. The silent auction of the fine art will conclude at 8 p.m. All proceeds from JeFFFest go toward the LaFontaine Arts Council’s “Arts in Education” programming.

For further information contact LAC executive director Debbie Dyer at (260) 358-0055 or Paula Bittner, owner of Four Corner Custom Framing, at (260) 355-0650.