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The Food Court:

Gondolfo's New York Deli Food Truck
New York Delicatessan sandwiches including Ruebens, Pastrami, Nathan's Hot Dogs,
and two vegetarian options
Visit their website for menu details!

East African Imperial Cuisine
Spicy vegan foods of Africa
Visit their FaceBook page for more details.

Reina's Hamburgers and other All American Foods

Six Domestic Beers, Shiner Bock, Heineken and personal-size Wine
including Chardonnay, Merlot and White Zinfindel will be available.

Please note:
Because we are permitted by the TABC to have beer and wine sales this year,
no coolers will be allowed inside the fenced-in area of the festival
and no alcohol will be allowed to leave the fenced-in area.

Our Non-Profit Exhibitors
Space has been provided at no cost to non-profit Oak Cliff organizations
and those providing services to Oak Cliff, so they may distribute information on their activities.

Texas Organizing Project (TOP) works to improve the lives of low-income and working class Texas families through community organizing, and civic and electoral engagement. TOP is a membership-based organization that conducts direct action organizing, grassroots lobbying and electoral organizing led by working families in Texas.

Visit the TOP website

The Dallas Bach Society is the Southwest’s primary resource for Baroque music on original instruments. The Dallas Bach Society unites the finest vocalists and instrumentalists in lively and informed performances of Bach, Handel, Vivaldi, Purcell, Monteverdi, Couperin, and Schütz: all the great music from the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, both masterpieces familiar to music lovers, and those awaiting their discovery.

Check out the society website

Gap Chamber Players is a chamber music initiative striving to make chamber music accessible to everyone in North Texas by connecting independent music ensembles with the community at large.

Visit their website

Wounded Heroes of Texas was founded to provide veterans struggling with so much with an opportunity to relax and have fun. Trips and other activities organized for veterans undergoing therapy for PTSD produce positive changes in their behavioral health, according to their physicians, therapists and peers.

Visit the website

UUCOC Social Justice Ministry is dedicated to including social justice and action as part of the fabric of our church life, and with the actions we take in our personal lives and the greater community. We encourage one another and our community to "Stand on the Side of Love" whenever and wherever injustice is present.

Visit the UUCOC's Social Action page

The Dallas Peace Center is part of the larger worldwide movement for peace and human rights. We work with peace and justice organizations in the Dallas area, across the U.S., and internationally. Through research, education, and dialogue, we hope to generate action in the great tradition of non-violence – the vision and the power that ended British colonialism in India, dismantled apartheid in South Africa, and overcame Jim Crow in America.

Check out the society website

North Texas Unitarian Universalist Congregations (NTUUC) proclaims and promotes our Unitarian Universalist covenant of liberal religion by supporting and serving our member congregations.

Visit the NTUUC website

VOTER REGISTRATION information and voter registration opportunities will be available at the event. We have extended invitations to a number of local candidates and hopefully some of them or their representatives will be available as well.

Our Artisans and Crafts Exhibitors
Booth sales have been restricted to vendors selling handmade arts and crafts,
products made from recycled materials, and Fair Trade or USA-made products,
with an emphasis on local talent and businesses.

Visual artist Fred Gardner puts his work in simple terms, "I draw in wood with a saw, thus producing ‘fine art ensconced in wood’."

Visit Fred Gardner's Website

Dawn Franklin Designs is a boutique jewelry company specializing in handcrafted earrings, bracelets and necklaces for women and men.

Visit Dawn Franklin's Website

The Pan-African Connection Bookstore, Art Gallery, and Resource Center features the widest selection of African arts, fashion and cultural artifacts in North Texas.

Visit the Website

The Texas Honey Bee Guild promotes the health and well-being of bees in Texas through educational programs and urban micro-apiaries and is dedicated to building awareness of bees and how they play a part in the world.

Visit the Texas HoneyBee Guild on Facebook

Sisters Sew A Lot specializes in embroidered tote bags, dish towels, etc.

Songbird Designs specializes in garden art, jewelry and holiday items.

Visit Songbird Designs on Facebook

Ethiopian Art presented by Lemlem

Nubia's Natural Designs creates handmade original designs made with authentic materials.

Visit Nubia's Natural Designs' Website

Judy's Shadow Boxes - shadow boxes and peace pendants.

John's Wooden Toys creates handmade wooden toys and puzzles.

Visit John's Website

The Writer's Block exists to support the growth and advancement of aspiring, and published, youth and adult, African-American writers of all genres and to promote African-American literature, authors, and literary events.

Visit The Writer's Block Website

Snackin Waggin offers home-cooked quality and taste without the effort - for your dog. All proceeds go to rescuing homeless dogs.

Visit their Website

Bat Houses crafted by Bat Broad attract these harmless mammals who live off of small flying night bugs. Have mosquitoes? Get a bat!

Additional Exhibitors:

Beau Bangles - jewelry with precious and semi precious stones.

And now a word from some of our sponsors!

Clay Cooley Automotive Group

Don's Carpet Cleaning Service
(214) 603-4132 (817) 385-0588 Don Watkins Owner/Operator
Serving Dallas Ft. Worth A+ Rating by BBB

North Texas Civil Rights Project
The mission of the NTCRP is to promote racial, social and economic
justice through litigation, education and social services for
low/moderate-income persons least able to defend themselves.
(972) 333-9200

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