Tomato and Heritage Festival needs volunteers and vendors
The Ruskin Tomato and Heritage Festival will return, on a new weekend, Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 3 and 4, 2011
The Ruskin Tomato and Heritage Festival will return, on a new weekend, Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 3 and 4, 2011 at E.G.Simmons County Park in Ruskin. Watch for updates in the next few months or follow the feed on Facebook.
The Festival committee is looking for a few more volunteers to help put on another great festival. If you liked the festival in the past, please consider joining the little band to really make this year’s festival the very best yet! Contact the festival chair, Frank Cummings, at 813-363-8071 or email email@example.com for more information.
There is also space available for more vendors. area businesses are encouraged to consider becoming a sponsor to help make this festival the best it can be. Proceeds earned from these festivals help fund local causes and promote community projects. Information on these opportunities and more can be found on the festival webpage: www.ruskintomatofestival.org .
The Ruskin Tomato and Heritage Festival is a project of the Ruskin Community Development Foundation, Inc., a community non-profit in Ruskin. The RCDF has been involved in many projects in the area for nearly two decades, including the Camp
Bayou Outdoor Learning Center, the boardwalk in Commongood Park, assisted in starting the restoration of Marsh Creek plus several other cleanup and enhancement projects. The most recent project is the Firehouse Cultural Center which is being developed in the old firehouse in Ruskin. More information is available at the website: www.ruskinfoundation.org.