Final Madison Meet & Eat tonight
September 20, 2012
Mayor hosting Neighborhood Conference press conference at 5:30p.m.
Join us for the final Madison Meet and Eat of the year at Meadowood Thursday September 20th from 5:00-7:00 p.m. This unique neighborhood event brings a collective of local Madison food cart vendors to a neighborhood and encourages families to enjoy a fun night out. Attendees have the opportunity to purchase and enjoy delicious and diverse menu items while enjoying the company of friends and neighbors. Madison Meet and Eat is a City of Madison planned event.
The plan for Madison Meet & Eat is to become an annual, summer event that rotates around to different locations in Madison and plans are under way for 2013. This will allow other neighborhoods to experience healthy, local affordable food and help foster a greater sense of community. Attendees are encouraged to bring family members, friends, and neighbors to this great event.
The 2012 Meet & Eat events are held in the lot adjacent to the Meadowood Shopping Center at 5800 Raymond Road.
Meadowood Madison Meet and Eat Participating Food Vendors
Caracas Empanadas - Empanadas
Teriyaki Samurai - Japanese Hibachi
Luangprabang - Traditional Thai
Tea Garden - Bubble Tea
FIB's - Chicago-style Hot Dogs and Sandwiches
Banzo - Classic Mediterranean Fusions
Natural Juice - Smoothies and Spring Rolls
Fried and Fabulous
Mayor Paul Soglin Press Conference at the final Madison Meet & Eat
The City of Madison will host Great Neighborhoods-Great Places Neighborhood Conference on Saturday, October 13, 2012 at the Monona Terrace Community & Convention Center. Details will be discussed at an upcoming Press Conference.
When: Thursday, September 20, 5:30 p.m.
Where: Madison Meet and Eat*
Meadowood Shopping Center
5800 Raymond Road
Speaking: Mayor Paul Soglin
Common Council President Shiva Bidar-Sielaff
Arbor Hills Neighborhood Association President Sheri Carter
Neighborhood leaders will have the chance to learn, share and network at the Great Neighborhoods - Great Places conference. Fred Kent, President of Project for Public Spaces (NYC), will kick-off the full day event. Mr. Kent is a leading authority on revitalizing community and neighborhood spaces, focusing on what can be done quickly and simply.
- Laura Whitmore, 266-5949