The Amazing Taco Race: A scavenger hunt

Posted by Anne McCullough on July 14, 2018 | Comments Off on The Amazing Taco Race: A scavenger hunt

Date/Time
Date(s) - Jul 14
11:00 am - 1:00 pm


Do you like solving mysteries, eating delicious tacos, and learning more about Cherokee Street?! Join Friends of Casa de Salud this summer for our first scavenger-hunt style taco tour of South City’s acclaimed Cherokee Street!

When: Saturday, July 14 from 11 am to 1 pm

Where: Restaurants, bars, and shops along Cherokee Street

Who: You!

What: A scavenger-hunt style taco tour of St. Louis’ Cherokee Street

By joining us, you will be donating to Casa de Salud, a non-profit organization here in St. Louis that facilitates and delivers high quality clinical and mental health services for uninsured and underinsured patients in our communities.

Ticket prices before July 1:

$30:
3 adult beverages
3 tacos, either meat or vegetarian-friendly
A delicious dessert, like ice cream or a paleta

$15:
3 tacos, either meat or vegetarian-friendly
A delicious dessert, like ice cream or a paleta

How to register:
1. Please complete a short 6 question form by following this link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/3Q6M8MQ

2. After completing the form, please go to casadesaludstl.org/contributeand pay your tickets by making a donation to Casa de Salud via the website. You will receive an email with a confirmation.

Follow the clues… Find the TACOS … YOU WIN!

Ticket prices after July 1 and day-of:

$35:
3 adult beverages
3 tacos, either meat or vegetarian-friendly
A delicious dessert, like ice cream or a paleta

$20:
3 tacos, either meat or vegetarian-friendly
A delicious dessert, like ice cream or a paleta

Location
cherokee street

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    “Known for its antique shops, kitschy-cool vintage stores and art galleries, Cherokee Street has always been a local gem. But now this artsy area is burgeoning into a neighborhood with the making of the next “it” spot.”
    by Sheniqua Faulkner Alive Magazine

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