How do you measure fun in a wheelbarrow? By the meter, of course! And at the Reynoldstown Wheelbarrow Festival, you'll have 5000 of 'em (that's a 5K for the math impaired) to enjoy. The festival doesn't stop there. It brings together art, music, food, and of course 5000 meters of wheelbarrow fun! From the festival: "The purpose of the Reynoldstown Wheelbarrow Festival is to use art and artistic expressions to empower residents with support and recognition in their quest to grow and maintain the neighborhood they call home. The festival is also a leadership development tool for community residents to organize the festival and head the needed committees and leadership positions. All the proceeds from the festival go to neighborhood revitalization and public safety." Alrighty then! The race begins at 8:30 AM.Opens at 11:00 AM.
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Here's what you do on Saturday, September 14, 2013
Reynoldstown Wheelbarrow Festival at Lang-Carson Park
Enjoy!!Opens at 11:00 AM.
Eggceptional Eggs at The Flying Biscuit - Candler Park
Two words folks. Love cakes. The Egg-ceptional eggs at the Flying Biscuit has 'em. Black bean cakes that pack a subtle spice that wakes you up in the morning. They cover them with eggs over easy, some tomatillo salsa, and sour cream. Add a salad, and you're even approaching healthy. Add fresh OJ, and finish with a cup of English breakfast tea with milk and sugar. They make a good meal any time of day. Nice...
You need your rest for tonight.
Quattro Formaggi Pizza at Fritti
Authentic Italian pizza. It's a great idea. Try out Fritti in Inman Park. They have great Pizza, and a great patio to enjoy it. Order a bottle of sangiovese, and order the quattro formaggi. Four cheeses that'll treat you right. Should be about $20 per person.