It’s summertime, and things are finally looking up, so our neighborhood restaurants are ready to celebrate with the community. The newly formed Wyoming Independent Restaurant Association is hosting their first big event, a Neighborhood Block Party with live music all over town, on June 12 from 2 to 10 p.m.
Residents can enjoy bands, each a different genre of music, at four local spots. Whether you listen to one act or a few, be sure to grab lunch, dinner, and a DORA beverage while you’re out. Here’s a look at the event schedule:
4–6 p.m., Cardinal String Band at Tela Bar + Kitchen
6–8 p.m., Michael Andrew Band at Station Family + BBQ
8–10 p.m., Ricky Nye on Crescent Ave.
“We wanted to celebrate, and we think music is a great way to do that,” says Karen Klaus, co-owner of Station Family + BBQ. “We’re grateful to this community for the support. Everyone was flexible and stood behind us during the pandemic. This event is meant to be a token of our appreciation.”
Formed last month, the Wyoming Independent Restaurant Association (https://www.facebook.com/
“There’s a lot of positive energy at each of our establishments, and we think we can be even stronger together,” Klaus says
Don’t miss that positive energy next weekend at the Neighborhood Block Party!