As Brandy McDonnell reported a couple of weeks ago, the one and only H&8th Night Market for 2016 is scheduled for Friday, June 3, as part of the Oklahoma TenaCity event that carries through Sunday of that weekend.
The family and pet-friendly event routinely drew throngs of more than 10,000 people, reaching near 50,000 at its peak before announcing the March-October scheduled would be pared to once a year.
Brandy’s story was heavy on details about the promising TenaCity weekend, but at the time of publication the food truck list for H&8th was not yet available.
Now it is.
So, without further ado (and before I bid adieu), here are the nearly fifty food trucks participating in 2016’s
Callie Gordon,Lillie-Beth Brinkman,Helen Ford Wallace | Updated: Mon, May 2, 2016
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By Callie Athey, Lillie-Beth Brinkman, Helen Ford Wallace
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Three years after an EF-5 tornado destroyed the former Moore Medical Center, doctors, nurses, staff and patients are getting ready to celebrate the return of the community healthcare center.
“If you think of a community like Moore, you have churches, post offices, schools. Having a healthcare facility again makes the community complete,” said Dr. Dean Hinz, a family physician, who sheltered in the walk-in cooler of the hospital cafeteria on May 20, 2013, when the massive tornado ripped through the building. He and the team will move back into their Moore offices shortly after the grand opening.
The $32 million facility will celebrate with a free community open house event from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday,