UPDATE: via Dunwoody Friends on Facebook 1/21/2014 at 5:00 PM:
Taste of Dunwoody is almost sold out! Only about 70 more tickets left. Tickets sales closes Friday (1/24) at noon. No tickets sales at door. Can't go? Buy a raffle ticket (or 10) to support CHOA and you will be entered to win a beautiful diamond pendant donated by Jewelry Artisans!
January 25, 2014
On your mark...
Tickets to the 2014 Taste of Dunwoody benefiting Childrens Healthcare of Atlanta are on sale NOW and will sell out! Get them while they last! Buy online HERE.
I got my sponsorship for SDOC in the mail today (Hi Jill!) so my tickets are squared away.
Here's some shots from 2013 - this is what you will miss when tickets are gone.
I love these guys! Covers from '70s and '80s. I double dog dare you not to get up and dance when they're in the groove. The CHOA ticket site says that the boys will be back for 2014 (I hope...) but their website says they're playing a different gig in Cobb. Let's hope this gets straightened out.
Yacht Rock's sound guy. We don't need no stinkin' sound board! That's an iPad he's using to adjust the mix. I can think of some sound techs and tour managers from back in the day who are jealous.
Restaurant exhibitors just inside the ballroom door. Pat and I were grateful that some restaurant sponsors remembered that this night was the first Friday in Lent and offered vegetarian and seafood samples for those of us who are observant at that time of year.
It was also Valentine's day weekend so no one with a date had any excuses.
On the left, company logo displayed with other sponsors.
Goofball back there is Patrick Conreaux, a neighbor of mine and it's OK if he photobombs us. He and his wife Suzanne are the owners of Blooms of Dunwoody in Dunwoody Village and they were also sponsors of 2013 TOD.