What to do in Birmingham this weekend: April 10th
5th Annual Girls Inc. Cajun Cook-off!
Alabama Asian Cultures and Food Festival
Following tradition, this year’s Miss Birmingham (2015), Susanna Bagwell, and Miss Cahaba Valley (2015), Carson Smith, will serve as hostesses and Emcees for the festival, help direct the Children’s Chorus in the opening ceremony, and be available for photographs with children.
Admission this year is $8.00 for adults 18 and over, $5.00 for teens (13-17) and college students, active military, and veterans with ID, and free for children 12 and under. Food service will be available from 11:30 am – 3:00 pm. A small number of invited restaurants and organizations representing many Asian cuisines will have signature dishes that will only be sold a la carte. $3.00 food tokens and $2.00 green drink tickets will be offered at the Admissions area. No cash will be accepted for food, only tokens: one token for one food serving. You may be as adventurous as you like, sampling dishes you have never tried before. Soft drinks and bottled water will be available for $2.00 (one green ticket) each, and a teapot of hot Jasmine tea with four cups is $4.00 (two green tickets).
Festival Details at a Glance:
Location: Zamora Shrine Temple [3521 Ratliff Road, Irondale, AL 35210 – accessible from I-459 via Grants Mill Road exit (27) or I-20 via Old Leeds Road exit (135)]
Hours: 10:30 am (opening ceremony) until 4:00 pm.
Ages: All Ages – Kid and Family Friendly
Admission: $8.00 for adults; $5.00 teens, and active duty military, veterans, and college students with ID; free for children 12 and under.
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Woodlawn Street Market