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Experience Thai food, support LR farming organization

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The Thai restaurant kBird (see review here) sings for your supper Saturday, July 15, when the restaurant presents The Thai Food Street Experience at Little Rock Urban Farming, 5910 G St., 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.

If you’ve ever had chef Richard Glasgow’s green papaya salad or pad thai or curried dishes or anything else on the menu at kBird, in the little corner restaurant at 600 N. Tyler St., you will want to be at this outdoor event, a benefit for LRUF’s Southern Center for Agroecology. Food will be served buffet style, and there will be fans to combat the heat.

Tickets are $50 and limited; purchase at eventbrite.com (link on the Thai Food Street Experience page on Facebook). Parking is on H and Pierce streets. Find out more about the sustainable farming nonprofit at southerncenterforagroecology.org.

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