Event Details

Presented by Bartow Rotary Club

  • 100+ Craft Beers
  • Assorted Ciders
  • Assorted Wines
  • 15+ Local Food Vendors
  • 3 Live Bands
  • Kid’s Corner
  • Chili Cook Off
  • Home Brew Competition
  • Exclusive VIP Experience
  • Private After Party

THE
TOC CHILI
COOKOFF

KIDS CORNER

Treats

Face Painting

Inflatables

and More!

SIP

 

 

Sip and sample from 100+ craft beers, 25+ ciders, and an assortment of wines.

 

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VIP (21+ Up, 100 Attendees Only)

  • Exclusive valet parking
  • Early entrance to the event (11 AM)
  • Large environment-conditioned tent
  • Exclusive area near the main stage
  • Exclusive entertainment
  • Exclusive beers and wines
  • Exclusive beers and desserts
  • Mirror booth
  • Music and DJ
  • Comfortable seating
  • Commemorative glass
  • Commemorative shirt
 

Rob Hankinson Presents

HOMEBREW COMPETITION

Put your home brewed masterpiece up against some of the area’s best homebrewers.

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Presented By

Cartersville’s Premier Food Event 

Sip. Savor. Shop.

The Taste of Cartersville kicks off at 12:00PM and features dozens of local restaurants and food trucks eager to spotlight their tastiest signature dishes. In addition to delicious food, 100+ craft beers, 25+ wines, and a handful of ciders will be available for sampling for the 21 and over crowd. Incredible live bands will be playing on the Depot Stage in the Historic Downtown Square for everyone’s enjoyment. The event will also feature a designated “Kid’s Corner” for the little ones– including inflatables, face painters, clowns, and more!

Those looking for a more personalized and exclusive experience can purchase a VIP package
which will be limited to 100 attendees.

Meet the Charities

To provide men, women, and families with temporary shelter and physical, emotional, and spiritual support. A caring staff assists guests with developing and prioritizing goals for their return to the community as productive members.

The Etowah Valley Humane Society (EVHS) began in 1996, as an adoption outlet for Bartow County Animal Control. In October of 2006, EVHS opened the doors of the new Shelter located at: 36 Ladds Mountain Road, in Cartersville, Georgia. Though EVHS has a paid staff, we rely heavily on the efforts of volunteers. The business and affairs of the Society are managed by a Board of Directors, the members of which serve without compensation.

 

Advocates for Children is a non-profit organization committed to the prevention and treatment of child abuse and neglect. Through our umbrella of programs, we strive to one day help create a world where all children are respected and loved, happy and thriving. Our goal is to bring hope and comfort to more than 3,000 children and families every year in Bartow County, and surrounding North Georgia areas.

 

The Etowah Scholarship Foundation began in 1982 and since its inception has awarded over $6 million in college scholarships to over 7,000 area students. We are a local 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to encouraging students in the pursuit of their dreams of a higher education by providing a distribution channel for college scholarships to the students of Bartow County, Georgia on behalf of local businesses, corporations, individuals, churches, and area civic organizations.

Good Shepherd is a sheltered work center for the developmentally challenged adults in our community. Our clients take pride in their work, and only the highest quality of work is produced for our customers.

The mission of Christian League for Battered Women aka Tranquility House Domestic Violence Center is to provide services and emergency shelter as a refuge for victims of domestic violence and their children, to provide crisis intervention through a 24 hour crisis hotline, peer counseling and children’s programs. and to promote community awareness of the problem of domestic violence.

The Food Pantry is Church of the Ascension’s best known outreach. Sharing Christ’s love by sharing food has always been an active ministry at the parish. Every Sunday, contributions of food are made by church goers. Those contributions along with contributions from the community at large allow us to feed over seventy five families each week.