Tickets ready for 10th (and last) Taste of Waynedale

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Kingston Residence will champion the 10th annual Kingston’s Taste of Waynedale from 4:30-7 p.m Tuesday, March 20, at Mount Calvary Family Life Center, 1819 Reservation Drive. The proceeds from this event will go to the Waynedale Corridor Project.

The staff of Waynedale Bakery (pictured) will be back to share the specialties of Waynedale’s Lower Huntington Road fixture.

Tickets are $15 per person if paid in advance, $20 the day of the event. Tickets can be purchased at Kingston Residence, 7515 Winchester Road, Fort Wayne, Monday through Friday between 8 a.m.-5 p.m. using check or cash.

“To date we have raised $73,500 for various local charities through this event,” Kingston marketing director Camille Garrison said in a statement. “It has been our privilege to coordinate the Taste of Waynedale and watch it grow over the years. Kingston Residence is looking forward to co-sponsoring another large Waynedale event that is in the works for 2019. I am sure this year will be a banner year for the Taste of Waynedale and for the Waynedale Community.”

A large silent auction will be held with gifts and services donated by local businesses. Find kingston on www.eventbrite.com to buy tickets with a credit card.

As of Feb. 20, 24 local restaurants and businesses have committed to participating and will offer samples of a variety of food or drink. Area restaurants that plan to participate include Azar’s Big Boy, Bandido’s, Belmont Beverage, The Bluebird Restaurant, Casa Ristorante, China Palace, Culver’s, Curly’s Village Inn, Ellison Bakery, Fort Wayne Chocolate Fountain, Hall’s Original Drive In, Hill’s Market, King Arthur’s Trolley, LaFogata, Mad Anthony Brewing Company, McAlister’s Deli, Miami Grill, Nine Mile Restaurant, Pizza Hut, Rise’n Roll Bakery & Deli, Sharing Peace Café, Shig’s In Pit, The Stand and Waynedale Bakery.