Sunday, March 23, 2014
Kick off the spring on the Freshfields Village Green with the Sea Island Food Truck Rodeo (SIFTR). This event, which benefits Angel Oak Elementary School students, takes place on Sunday, April 6 from noon - 4 p.m. Freshfields Village is located at the crossroads of Johns, Kiawah and Seabrook islands.
Food trucks from across the Lowcountry will gather on the green, offering up eclectic cuisine ranging from BBQ to Bánh-Mí. Trucks attending include Hello My Name Is BBQ, AutoBanh, Coastal Crust, Roadside Seafood and The Cookie Chick.
The SIFTR will also feature live music by Ted McKee, beer and wine, a book signing by children's author Dr. William Guiffrè, and a silent auction with exceptional items such as exclusive golf packages, a sunset cruise, private dinners and much more.
The SIFTR is a joint program of the Kiawah Women's Group, Kiawah Cares and the Kiawah Island Community Association. For more information and updates on the Sea Island Food Truck Rodeo, like Kiawah Cares on Facebook or follow @kiawah_island on Twitter.
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