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Taste of Athens Weekend 2013


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Walk, Run…then Eat, Drink, and Help Many by attending Taste of Athens Weekend 2013 !

Taste of Athens Weekend 2013 starts with the Taste 10K on Saturday February 16th through beautiful Downtown Athens. The weekend wraps up with the 20th annual A Taste of Athens where guests sample over 60 local restaurants, sip on wine and beer tastings, bid on a premier silent auction, and enjoy live music.

Proceeds from Taste of Athens Weekend 2013 benefit Community Connection of Northeast Georgia, who, for almost 30 years, has empowered our community to GET, GIVE, and GROW HELP.

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A Taste of Athens
♦ February 17, 2013
♦ 5:00—8:00 p.m.
♦ The Classic Center
♦ 2,000 Guests
♦ 50 + Local Restaurant & Beverage Vendors
♦ Athens’ Best Silent Auction
♦ General Admission $50 Presale & $60 Day of Event
VIP Admission $80 Presale & $90 Day of Event
VIP Admission includes early access to the event at 4:30pm, access to the VIP Garden, and a complimentary wine glass & plate
♦ Taste of Athens Weekend Combo Ticket $75
♦ Weekend Combo includes Taste 10K Registration and Taste of Athens General Admission Ticket
FOUR SEASONS RAFFLE TICKETS: $5.00 each or 5 for $20. 4 Chances to win a seasonal package of wine, restaurant certificates, and overnight stays a The Georiga Gameday Center.

Taste 10k
♦ February 16, 2013
♦ 8:00 a.m.
♦ Downtown Athens
♦ 450 Runners
♦ 10K Peachtree Qualifier
♦ Taste 10K Registration Only $30 Early Bird & $35 Day of Event
♦ All prices increase by $5 after 2/08/13
♦ All registrations include a Taste 10K T-shirt

Buy tickets online here or at these locations:
Aurum Studios – Downtown
Jittery Joes – Baxter
Jittery Joes – Downtown
Jiterry Joes – Eastside
Jiterry Joes – Five Points

Taste 10k registration here

Check out the Taste of Athens Facebook page!

Tagged: taste of athens, taste 10k, community connection of northeast georgia, classic center, guide2athens

Comments

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