Best of the Triangle 2014 Party | Indy Week

Best of the Triangle 2014 Party 

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Join us on Saturday, June 7, 4-10 p.m. as we celebrate your Best of the Triangle winners and finalists for 2014.

You made them winners—now come to Durham Central Park to share in the food, drinks, live music, crafts and fun!

Restaurants will be offering samples of their cuisine, while retail and service businesses will be showcasing their talents.

Enjoy live music by John Howie Jr. & The Rosewood Bluff, Children of the Horn and Phil Torres' Crowdsource.

***This event is FREE with a cash bar!***

Proceeds from the event will go to the Eno River Association.

RSVP to the Facebook event.

Many thanks to our 2014 Best of the Triangle sponsors Long Beverage and Rommel Harley Davidson.



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