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WTJX Extravaganza of Food and Drink Raises Funds for Local Programming

The best of the best in the food and beverage industry on St. Thomas and St. John will put their best foot forward to deliver cuisines of every sort to delight the palates and excite the taste buds of the supporters of WTJX again this year. Once again, as a pre-Veterans Day celebration at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, Nov.10, the Mark Marin Center at Antilles School becomes the place to be for fine foods and wines. Over 40 restaurants, caterers, purveyors of fine food and drink will join together with WTJX to produce an extravaganza of delicious tastes to raise funds to support local programming. Spectrum band will provide the music to accompany your dancing and eating pleasure.
Beginning seven years ago with just 17 participants, this extravaganza of mouth-watering food and drink, continues to raise funds to assist V.I.’s public television station, WTJX, in continuing to deliver more local productions.
Tickets are $50; however, in concert with all of us who have experienced an 8 percent cut, we have cut the price by 8 percent if you buy your tickets by Oct. 15. Ticket outlets are: Home Again in Red Hook, Sugar and Spice Artistry in Yacht Haven Grande and Essentric Shoes in down town Charlotte Amalie. Call 774-6255 for ticket delivery.
Parking is available on site if you get there early, and shuttle service will available from the West Indian Company. Don’t forget to participate in this year’s grand raffle. See you at the Taste of Two Islands.

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