Community connections and culinary delights scheduled for Seven Horsemen Billiards Cookout

By Staff Report, posted 1 month ago

Seven Horsemen Billiards in Fayetteville is excited to announce a thrilling event aimed at fostering community connections while tantalizing taste buds with mouth-watering delights during an afternoon of electrifying entertainment, delicious food, and opportunities for local vendors to shine.

Scheduled for May 11th, from 2-4 p.m., at 715 W. Rowan Street in Fayetteville, the Seven Horsemen Billiards Cookout event is set to be a highlight on the community calendar.

Attendees can expect live performances by the talented artists Oso Talented and Suave The Poet, ensuring that the atmosphere will be buzzing with excitement and rhythm.

Seven Horsemen Billiards is offering free vendor opportunities, providing local businesses with a platform to showcase their products and services to a diverse audience. For businesses looking to participate as vendors, please contact 910-633-9684 for more information and to secure your spot.

"This cookout is more than just an event; it's a celebration of our vibrant community and a testament to the power of coming together," says Michael Hayes, owner of Seven Horsemen Billiards in a press release. "We invite everyone to join us for an afternoon of fun, food, and fellowship."

Don't miss out on this opportunity to connect with your neighbors, enjoy fantastic music, and indulge in delectable treats\.

For more information and updates, follow Seven Horsemen Billiards on social media here

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