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Tickets On Sale For Taste Of Wrightsville Beach

By Jessica Maurer, posted Sep 8, 2021
The Eighth Annual Taste of Wrightsville Beach is scheduled to be held Saturday, Nov. 6, in the parking lot of Bluewater Grill on Marina Street in Wrightsville Beach.
 
This year’s festival, sponsored by Coastal Kia, is expected to include 35 booths featuring local beer, wine and food. Judges will rate the dishes for Best in Show, Best Savory and Best Sweet dishes and participants will select the People’s Choice, Best Beer and Best Wine awards.

The event will also include live music in the Mega-Lounge, sponsored by MegaCorp Logistics, and a silent auction.
 
All net proceeds will go to the Weekend Meals on Wheels program of New Hanover County. The mission of this non-profit organization is to ensure provision of nutritious meals as well as social contact with seniors on weekends and other days not covered by the weekday Meals on Wheels program.
 
Advance tickets to the event are on sale for $25 for participants under age 21 and $75 for those ages 21 and older. Find full details online. 
 
Tickets can also be purchased locally at three Wrightsville Beach locations: Lighthouse Beer & Wine, 220 Causeway Drive; Robert’s Grocery, 32 N Lumina Ave.; and MarineMax, 130 Short St.
 
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