* Third Thursday at Edgehill Village -- and tonight is Ladies Night. Sangria, shopping, food and tunes by DJ Mindub. Edgehill Village, corner Edgehill and Villa.
* Mas Tacos Por Favor will be parked on 12South tonight frying fish (for tacos, presumably) beginning at 5 p.m., music at 7. Rain or shine.
*Chef Jeremy Barlow of tayst will be chefineering a Delvin Farm dinner at the farm, October 11, using farm-grown foods. Cost is $85 all inclusive, 10 percent to benefit Food Security Partners. Get a reservation: firstname.lastname@example.org. The menu looks incredible. Grits cakes, trout, preserved figs and goat cheese, roast pig, Napoleon of fall squash and ricotta. Just your usual "throw it together" by Barlow.
* Also in Delvin news, the farm is offering winter shares. $125 gets you four deliveries: two in November and two in December. Those four deliveries will provide enough for everyday eatin' for a couple of months, plus enough to feed the holiday crowd, and extra to freeze. www.delvinfarms.com
* A two-fer on Saturday for people who like to hang downtown. Zombie Walk and Wine on the River overlap in both time and space. The wine event is 3 p.m.-7 p.m. on the Shelby Street Bridge and the Zombie Walk starts at 4 at Riverfront Park. I will not put too fine a point on the food connection.
* African Street Festival starts Sept. 18 on the TSU main campus. Lotta good food potential there, and in the general area, and on the way there, too. Report back to Bites if you go.
* Clean water your thing? Friday, the Harpeth River Watershed is convening a Tennessee Blueways Summit in Bedford County, while Saturday and Sunday are the 3rd Annual Watershed Summit, also in Bedford County. Details at www.tennesseewatersheds.org.
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