The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

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September 15, 2013

T.O.O.T. tokens on sale

Tokens for Carnegie Hall’s 29th annual Taste of Our Towns (T.O.O.T), set for Oct. 12 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in downtown Lewisburg, are on sale now.

With more than 60 vendors anticipated this year, T.O.O.T promises to have an even wider variety of delicious fare to please your palate.

T.O.O.T is an annual fundraiser for Carnegie Hall, as well as numerous other participating nonprofit organizations.

T.O.O.T vendors only accept official T.O.O.T tokens in exchange for tastes both savory and sweet, gourmet and traditional. Cash will not be accepted at vendor booths. Cash only will be accepted at token booths. Credit and debit cards will not be accepted on the day of the event. ATM machines can be located downtown at the following locations: City National Bank and First National Bank.

Tokens are $1 each in person the day of the festival from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. in packets of $5, $10 or $20. T.O.O.T. tokens can also be purchased in advance by visiting the Greenbrier County Visitor’s Bureau or the box office at Carnegie Hall.

You may also purchase tokens online in $20 increments at www.carnegie hallwv.org. To collect your pre-purchased tokens, stop by the Hall with your printed e-receipt or call at the Car-negie Hall booth in front of the green space in downtown Lewisburg on the day of the event.

Contact Carnegie Hall at 304-645-7917 for more details.

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