fund rasier for realneo coop - QUEST, ministries booth vegetarian health foods drinks - art etc tremont arts cultural festival

Submitted by Quest-News-Serv... on Mon, 09/07/2009 - 21:16.

FUND RAISER FOR REALNEO - COOP - QUEST, ministries booth - vegetarian health foods drinks - or anything like art etc., tremont arts & cultural festival - sept. 12-13, 09 - 11am to 6pm-

norm, jeffb jeffs susan deb lurua everyone bring your any kind of vegetrain foods or whatever like art jewlery etc., to sell for a fund raiser for realneo-coop- lets email or talk about-

Submitted by questministries... on September 1, 2009 - 1:47am.

dates:  saturday sept. 12, 09 - 10am -6pm- sunday sept 13, 09- 11am-5pm

Tremont Arts & Cultural Festival - The Eleventh Annual Tremont Arts and Cultural Festival returns to Lincoln Park. The mission of the Festival is to celebrate the cultural and artistic diversity of Tremont and Greater Cleveland by encouraging the artistic and cultural endeavors of its visual and performing artists.

The weekend Festival is comprised of four categories or program areas which include: Children's-hands-on arts, historical, and educational projects; Community-area non-profit organizations presenting material about their mission and services; Cultural-food sales by Tremont churches, other non-profit organizations, and Tremont restaurants reflecting the ethnic diversity of the neighborhood; and sales of paintings, sculpture, jewelry, ceramics, and photographs created by Tremont and Northeast Ohio artists.

Artists who are accepted into the Festival through the jurying process (deadline for application is May 29th) are eligible for consideration by the jurors for the Festival's top three prizes. The Jurors (all Tremont-based artists) include: Christina Cassara (Professor and Co-Head of the Dept. of Fiber & Material Studies, Cleveland Institute of Art - her work has shown all over Ohio as well as in Michigan and Poland), Tim Herron (Owner of the Tremont studio and gallery, The Manly Pad, his work, shown in many area galleries and establishments, includes Figure Studies, Landscape and Surreal Paintings, and Portraits - for the last four years Tim has run a portrait drawing group at the Literary Cafe on Friday nights where portraits are drawn for free and artists of all levels are welcome to practice for free), and Steven Mastroianni (owner of Steven Mastroianni Fine Art Phography LLC, where he specializes in portrait and wedding photography - and co-owner with his artist wife, Beth, of Mastroianni Photography and Arts - his work has been shown in over twenty solo and group shows and is featured in several public and private collections including The Cleveland Clinic Foundation. Steven is a Professor of Visual Communications in photography at Cuyahoga Community College).

The Festival will also have music and dance performances both Saturday and Sunday on one main stage located near Kenilworth Avenue between West 14th Street and West 11th Street.

Admission to the Festival is free. The Festival is sponsored by Merrick House and co-sponsored by Tremont West Development Corp. and Cleveland Ward 13 Councilman Joe Cimperman. Graphic design of print media ads is by Tremont resident and illustrator, Sue Scialabba. Our thanks to Sue, our jurors, and all our sponsors! For questions and information contact Festival Manager, Scott Rosenstein, at [masked] or [masked].

The Festival is a trolley stop on the Sparx Gallery Hop on Saturday & Sunday, September 12th & 13th. A number of Tremont art galleries and artists' studios can be visited from several Sparx trolley stops that weekend.

http://www.tremontwestdevelopment.com/tacf.htm

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guy, food permits

I think that there may be limits. There is the cottage industry that allows jarred foods, dried foods, like spice, and the jewlery isn't a problem (though I don't make any). Don't prepared foods have to be made in a certified kitchen? I am not sure of the scope of this, but in working with a local urban farm, I am told that there are limits to what can be sold. Do you know?

Great idea Guy - we'll help out and bring things to sell

That sounds like fun and is a good cause! Thanks for thinking of this Guy - you are a real champion of the coop!

Good question about the food, Debbie.

What food are we allowed to bring to sell and how must it be prepared, packaged and stored?

Via Hot Sauce Williams, I have access to a commercial kitchen and professional catering and food festival equipment, as they do rib burn-offs and such. If they don't have a commitment, we may have access to some of their equipment and expertise.

What do you have in mind, Guy?

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no meat all vegetarian food - (not vegan-)

food has to be cooked on the spot or kept 140 degrees transported heat with charcol gas propane electric sterno-

we have access to electic power to cook or heat we have no equipment or anyone can provide sterno flame to keep food 140 degrees- if you let us know right away i can still get a fire permitt for $20.00 - fire permitt is for propane charcol gas - we are getting our food permitt which we paid $20.00-

 or 40 degrees cold - packaged food has no requirements-

 

the last 10 years we had vege pizza bocca burgers corn on the comb uncle moe pea pies deserts strawberry short cake and a varity of vege food-

also we buy discounted health foods packaged and herb teas and juices water and sell for donation about  $1.00 to $2.00- and we sell the homeless grapevine newspaper

40 or less cold can be ice tubs ice coolers refriarator-

whom ever takes money can't handle food-

the city inspector comes once on saturday and sunday-if we cook or have heated food we need a temperture gauge-

does anyone have tent or two- i can buy one for $25.00-

i will privide the three wash rinse buckets and can any supply plastic food eating paper food plates napkines - i have a large table we could use two more if we cook etc.

art or anything one wants to sell needs has no rules-

i emailed as i posted before jeffb jeffs norm about 3 weeks ago so i notified in time-

so if all gets their act together realneo-coop can make a few hundred to a thousand or more-

we play the peta 20 minute repeat tape of the torture murder of the farm animals-other species - and have signs for  "world farm animal day' which honors gandhi's birthday-

i will post on realneo a video of a our past t.a.c.f.-

eternal thanks for any help to raise funds for all of us -

yogi guy

 

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