First-ever Farmers Market Seafood Festival coming to Dixie Classic

First-ever Farmers Market  Seafood Festival coming to Dixie Classic
June 25
00:00 2015

Special to The Chronicle

The first-ever Seafood Festival at the Dixie Classic Fair Farmers Market will offer cooked seafood and seafood for purchase as well as live music, food trucks and kids’ activities on Saturday, June 27.

Forsyth Seafood Market & Café will be at the farmers market with a wide variety of seafood for sale, including whiting, flounder, tilapia, snapper and more. Cooked samples will be available.

Forsyth Seafood will also have its food truck at the market from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and will be offering fried and grilled items as well as its famous coleslaw and hush puppies. The Rollin’ Sol food truck and the Kona Ice truck will also be at the market.

B.Kin Band, a local quartet that plays roots, bluegrass and Americana music, is scheduled to perform from 10 a.m. to noon.

Also coming this summer is the annual corn-shucking contest, to be held July 11, and the salsa contest, to be held Aug. 8. Beekeepers will return to the market on Sept. 5.

The Dixie Classic Fair Farmers Market, established in 1974, is the oldest farmers market in Forsyth County and is open at the Winston-Salem Fairgrounds every Saturday year-round from 6 a.m. to 1 p.m. Enter through the parking area off 27th Street.

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