There will be music, activities for kids, art, local retailers and plenty of samples of other staples of St. Louis' amazing food history (looking at you t-ravs and gooey butter cake!).The event goes down in Berra Park on Sunday, October 8. So hey! If you've been spending all your free time in the RFT's comment section, praising (or blasting) Imo's, whatever the case may be, here's a chance to let your voice really be heard. Remember, you can only complain about the outcome if you bother to vote.
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