Tuesday, December 12th, 2017

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        11th Annual Taste of Suffolk

11th Annual Taste of Suffolk



Sections of North Main Street and West Washington Street were closed to traffic and booths lined the streets for the 11th annual Taste of Suffolk. Local restaurants set up outside and served samplings from their menus. There were also a variety of vendors, crafters, master gardeners, and car dealerships showing off their products and services. West Washington Street was set up as a children’s area, with a rock wall, bounce house, rides, games, and face painting. Musical entertainment was provided throughout the day by Popwire, Wesley Spanger and The Janitors.

Jaimi Russell, marketing specialist with the Suffolk Parks and Rec Department

The Suffolk Public Librarys Learning and Staff Development Coordinator Raynell Carpenter, and Outreach and Program Manager Megan Mulvey

Marc Rojas and Lyle Lee of The Egg Bistro

From left, Whitney Sacdalan, Mike Beauter, and Julia Davis of Harpers Table

77th District Delegate Cliff Hayes and his wife Kecia

From left, Brandi Hope, Jan Montgomery, Deb Guyer, and Linda Payne

Reba and Bruce Garris having a seat in the shade and enjoying the music

Dave Stacknick with Jen and Scott Seibert of the eagerly anticipated Brick and Mortar Brewery serving samples of their beer

Dave Stacknick of Brick and Mortar Brewery

From left, Deputy R. Barlow, Deputy J. Lewis, Major J. Darden, Deputy L. Johnson, Deputy C. Barbour, Sergeant D. Miles, and Captain C. Bowe of the Suffolk Sheriffs Office

Kids waited in line to climb the rock wall

Suffolk Commissioner of the Revenue, Susan Draper

Joanne Byrum and her daughter Rylee Bell

From left, Ed Beardsley, owner of The Plaid Turnip, with Grace Ann Lewis, and Daniel McDonald