Native Pride Welcomed Summer

It was a great month at Native Pride as we welcomed summer with food and events.

The Native Pride Diner started outdoor service under tents and a patio area and added indoor service on June 17th in our newly renovated dining room. We are back to regular hours of 5am to 11pm and, of course, takeout is always available. It’s great to see so many familiar faces returning and enjoying the great food that our Native Pride Diner Staff serves up.

We were also happy to celebrate the opening of the 2020 Peaceful Soul Farmer’s Market at Native Pride on June 16th. The market is organized and run by Azalia Garlow, who operates her Azalia’s Juicery in our convenience store. This is the third year for the market with vendors offering everything from quality produce to beautiful handcrafted works, delicious tastes and treats and occasional community services and entertainment. The market operates every Tuesday, 10am – 3pm, June through October in our Native Pride Parking Lot.

Adding to the summer fun, we launched our annual Rock’n’Blues Bike Nights with Iron Eyes Experience on June 18th. The weather was perfect and all who attended had plenty of room to kick back and enjoy some great music. Our next scheduled date is July 16th with Steelhorse, so mark you calendars and check our Facebook page for future dates.

Finally, for anyone who likes to play golf and support a good cause, The J C Seneca Foundation Charity Golf Event will take place Monday, August 17the at the Tri-County Country Club in Forestville. For more information call: 716. 982.8776.

Hope everyone is enjoying the summer season and we look forward to seeing you at Native Pride.https://www.facebook.com/nativepridetravelplaza/