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Have Korean lunch with Ty and Gabe at FM2

By Barbara Armitage

Hey Kids! Come to the Square Meals Cafe at the Farmers Market on the Square for a glimpse into the Korean culture!

Gabe and Ty Coleman along with their mom, Maggie Coleman, will be our special guests at the Square Meals Cafe on Saturday June 10, 2017. The boys want to share their Korean experiences with you during lunch 10:30am - 1pm CT.


You're invited to join us for a delicious lunch of "Bulgogi Wrap," a traditional Korean beef in a wrap with rice and vegetables. You'll be able to experience new tastes, see traditional Korean clothing, talk about their customs and learn about one of the oldest cultures in the world.

At the Square Meals Cafe, every kid and student through college eat free every Saturday. Adults are invited too for only a $5 donation.

Farmers Market on the Square is open Saturday 8am - 1pm CT on the corner of Campbellsville St. and Merchant St. Across the street from the Columbia City Hall and next door to the Judicial Center.

For more information contact Barbara Armitage at 270.250.2979.


This story was posted on 2017-06-07 10:39:39
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Join in for Korean lunch with Ty and Gabe at FM2



2017-06-07 - Adair County, KY - Photo curtesy of Mom, Maggie Coleman.
Gabe, at right, and Ty Coleman will share favorite Korean customs at the next Farmers Market on the Square, Saturday, June 10, 2017. Gabe, age 8, and Ty, age 7, are the sons of Mark and Maggie Coleman and grandsons of Bill and Beth Coleman, all of Columbia. Ty was born in Seoul Korea and loves to share the Korean customs with other kids. They hope to have a good crowd to talk with at the cafe next Saturday during lunch at the Square Meals Cafe from 10:30am-1pmCT on the corner of Campbellsville and Merchant Streets.

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