This Sunday, it's time again.
From 3 to 5 p.m. at First Presbyterian Church (4815 Franklin Pike), get your fill of unique flavors crafted with pride and love, inspiration and imagination, and sometimes just plain weirdness. Besides eating, there's judging, and I believe our own Carrington Fox will be among the judges this year.
As in years past, the “best of show” flavor will become an official Purity ice cream, available everywhere Purity ice cream is sold. The competition judges are Purity representatives, ice cream industry specialists and local celebrities.
There will also be live music and activities for children, including the Frist Children’s Tent and a bouncy house.
All proceeds benefit the Martha O’Bryan Center, which supports families living in poverty with child care, parenting programs, homework and other school help, career and college counseling, meals on wheels and so much more.
Parking is free at Franklin Road Academy, Judson Baptist Church and Overton High School, with shuttle service to First Presbyterian. Advance tickets are $10 for adults ($13 at gate) and $8 for children ($10 at gate); children under 2 attend free. When you buy nine tickets online, you’ll receive a free adult admission. Buy tickets online at here. For more information, call 254-1791 or check the website.