Food, food, food Sept. 7
Published 10:18 pm Wednesday, August 21, 2013
If food is a main reason for attending this year’s Heritage Festival on Saturday, Sept. 7, then you will not be disappointed.
David Wallace, owner of Smoky Dave’s BBQ, will cook the barbecue this year. Wallace placed fifth in the South Carolina State Barbecue Competition and provides outdoor catering to festivals and fairs across the United States.
Barbecue sandwiches will be available at all food stations. Barbecue plates with bread, slaw, baked beans and dessert will be served inside the cafeteria.
David Page will smoke leg chicken quarters again this year. Chicken plates will also be served in the cafeteria and will include the same side items as the barbecue plates. Page’s chicken has been a big hit for the past four years and always sells out quickly.
The main food court will be located inside the walking track at the front of the property; this is where attendees can get a hotdog with homemade chili, barbecue sandwiches, tomato sandwiches, ice cream, popcorn, soft drinks, lemonade and ice cold water.
All of this will also be available across the road at the antique car, truck and tractor show. Barbecue and chicken will be available on Saturday, Sept. 7 at 11 a.m.; hotdogs and all other food sales begin at 9 a.m.
Breakfast biscuits will be served in the cafeteria until 9:30 a.m. So arrive with an empty stomach and enjoy.
For information and/ or driving directions, contact Krista Haynes, festival chairman at 828-817-0194. Admission and parking is free. Handicap parking is available and all areas are handicap accessible. No pets, outside solicitation or food vendors are allowed at the festival.
– article submitted by Lorrie Rickman