Eight food vendors from around Huntington County will offer a sampling of cuisine from a half-dozen cultures during the third annual Harmony Feast on Friday, Sept.14.
The event will be held under a tent near PNC Bank at Huntington Plaza from 5 to 7:30 p.m.
Huntington North High School's homecoming is the same night, and the homecoming parade will pass in front of the Harmony Feast tent.
The mini food court celebrates cultures that are a part of Huntington County, an edible celebration of the contributions people of all backgrounds have made to the community.
Food vendors include Kim's Katered Affair, with chicken enchiladas representing Mexican cuisine; Vinatelli's, with pizza, Italian beef sandwiches and salad representing Italian cuisine; Smoky's BBQ, with pulled pork representing southern barbecue; Nick's Kitchen, with mini tenderloins and assorted pies representing American cuisine; Malta Burgers, with bison burgers representing Native American cuisine; and Sodexo, with jerked chicken and Caribbean coleslaw representing Caribbean cuisine.
In addition, Markle Health & Rehabilitation will serve muffins and cookies, while Coffee D'Vine will offer coffee, tea and hot chocolate.
The Harmony Feast is a project of the Harmony Initiative, an organization dedicated to diversity in Huntington County. Sponsors of the event include Huntington University, Our Sunday Visitor, First Federal Savings Bank, McElhaney-Hart Funeral Home, the City of Huntington and Duke Energy. Additional sponsors include First Church of the Nazarene, Faith Community Church of God, Central Christian Church, College Park Church, Evangelical United Methodist Church, St. Peter's First Community Church, Huntington County Chamber of Commerce, Parkview Huntington Hospital, Pathfinder Services and Mayor Brooks Fetters.
For more information contact the Huntington County Chamber of Commerce at 356-5300 or visit the Harmony Initiative's website at www.harmonyinitiative.org.