Enjoy Festival Foods, Family Fun at Day in the Park

The event is Guilford County’s longest running arts festival


From globally inspired tacos to deep-fried banana pudding, this year’s Day in the Park festival will have a diverse menu of food options.

Photo courtesy of High Point Arts Council

Guilford County’s longest running arts festival, Day in the Park, will celebrate its 46th year this Saturday, Sept. 17, at City Lake Park from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. The event will feature three stages of live entertainment, more than 30 local art vendors, pirates, folk-life exhibitors, and numerous children’s activities. From globally inspired tacos to deep-fried banana pudding, this year’s Day in the Park festival will have a diverse menu of food options for this year’s attendees, according to a recent press release from the High Point Arts Council. Food vendors include:

  • Crafted Food Truck serving tacos and sandwiches
  • Henry’s Gourmet Kettle Korn serving kettle corn and lemonade
  • Pam Dudley serving her famous fried banana pudding along with other fried sweets
  • Porterhouse Burger Truck serving burgers and fries
  • Hickory Tree BBQ serving turkey legs and BBQ
  • Sweet Cold Treats serving Fish & Shrimp
  • Smitty’s Concessions serving the classic funnel cake and deep fried Oreos
  • Polar Bear Real Italian Ice serving frozen chocolate bananas and Italian Ice
  • Kona Ice with shaved iced.

Admission for Day in the Park is free to the public. City Lake Park is at 602 W. Main St. in Jamestown. For more information about this year’s festival, visit the High Point Arts Council website.

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