Here it is, the final musical entertainment list for the Cincinnati Street Food Festival! These fantastic artists and groups, assembled by The Greenwich (2442 Gilbert Ave), will be playing the main stage all day long in the order listed below. It all happens Saturday, October 12th, on McMillan St. at Stanton Ave. in Walnut Hills and it’s completely free! Don’t let you or your friends and neighbors miss this rare collection of incredible Cincinnati musicians pass you by. Come to grab a bite to eat and enjoy the shows!
Here are all the food trucks and carts you can expect to see at the Cincinnati Street Food Festival 2013 in Walnut Hills! We should warn you though, being the largest single gathering of food trucks and carts ever in the city, it’s a long list (there are 17!). Come early and stay late to maximize the eating opportunities at this foodie’s paradise. Mark your calendars for Saturday, Oct. 12th, 11am-5pm, E. McMillan St. between Hemlock and Chatham [map].
The Cincinnati Street Food Festival (CSFF) is less than a month away! This yearly community event in Walnut Hills is a family-friendly festival featuring more than a dozen of Cincinnati’s most popular food trucks, local Mt. Carmel beer, and free live music and interactive art for all residents of the neighborhood and the city.
Needless to say, the Cincinnati Street Food Festival (CSFF) costs money, so we are asking for your help to make it happen. BUT this isn’t just any old request for donations; we’re doing this Indiegogo-style. That means you can quickly and easily donate online and then claim some cool Festival-related rewards! Any proceeds beyond the cost of the festival will be used to support future development and neighborhood events through WHRF.
One of the coolest things about this crowd-funding is that the Haile Foundation has agreed to match any amount up to $2,500. That means whatever you give is essentially doubled. Click HERE for the Indiegogo crowdfunding page.
Finally, if you can’t give money, we’d love your help as a volunteer on festival day (and you’ll get an official CSFF volunteer t-shirt for free)! To sign up visit www.cincystreetfoodfest.com. And THANK YOU!
$15 = I [HEART] Walnut Hills Sticker
This is the easiest way to contribute, and in return we’ll help you tell the world how much you love this neighborhood! And really, any amount goes a long way towards making this neighborhood event just plain awesome.
$30 = T-Shirt + Food Truck Sticker
Destined to become one of your most-worn T-shirts, it comes in a cool charcoal color and rocks a striking design. Plus get a nifty, Indiegogo exclusive sticker with the famous food truck logo!
We are getting closer and closer to adopting form-based code as the law of the land here in Walnut Hills! BUT there is still one last piece of community engagement that needs to be completed and we need your participation! Remember the ‘regulating plan’ that was created at the neighborhood design workshop last October which laid out how the neighborhood business district and surrounding areas will be re-zoned? (View the 29mb PDF here). Well, we want YOUR INPUT on the plan before sending it to City Council. Here’s what you need to do:
Show up on September 12th to the Walnut Hills Area Council meeting at the The Bush Recreation Center (2640 Kemper Lane) at 6:30pm. City Planners will give a brief presentation and then we will all break into groups to discuss the new zoning code! If you can’t make it right at 6:30pm no problem! Feel free to come anytime between 6:30-8pm.
We promise that all of our hard work is close to paying off and that we will soon stop ‘bugging’ you about form-based code 🙂 Join us for one last input session!