Tickets go on sale soon for Taste of Mississippi 2015 on March 30th! The air around Highland Village will be filled with music, laughter and the aroma of culinary delights.
As the sun goes down, energy and excitement rise. Be part of the crowd dancing to live music, sampling tasty offerings from over forty restaurants and cool off with a libation from one of the 10 local distributors throughout the venue. During the evening, participating restaurants compete for the title of Taste of Mississippi Best Presentation and Best Food Samplings. Your vote can make the difference; so make sure you try everything!
Then take some time to stroll through our silent auction. You may find a treasure you just can’t pass up. Keep bidding on it. It’s okay. You’ll be helping to support Stewpot with every bid!
Be sure to get your drawdown tickets for a chance to take home a beautiful oil painting by artist Ginny Futvoye of Jackson. A native of western Kentucky, Futvoye moved to Mississippi her the husband, a Jackson native.
Futvoye, who holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas, credits instructors there with teaching her new ways of seeing and having an enormous influence on her artistic development. She spent a summer painting in Taos, New Mexico, and has studied the masters in Europe. Her artwork is on display at Brown’s Fine Art in Jackson and at her home. Don’t miss your chance to win this year’s Taste of Mississippi signature piece by Ginny Futvoye!
Taste of Mississippi, named a Top 20 Event by the Southeastern Tourism Society and attended by over 1,200 guests each year, benefits Stewpot Community Services. Funds raised help us provide thousands of men, women and [...]