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RiverPark will hold its 15th Annual Catfish Fry on Saturday, Oct. 15 from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. at the big Margaret Woodson Picnic Shelter on the Rowan side of the park at the end of Erwin Temple Church Road.

For $10, a heaping plate of golden fried catfish, fries, hush puppies, coleslaw, and a cold drink can be had. A child’s plate is $4. Those who buy tickets in advance eat first and there will once again be a separate take out line.

A silent auction with many unique gifts will line the outer border of the shelter, donated by local businesses. A new fish fry tee shirt is being made, and RiverPark fish fry organizers always hope that hot coffee and an Apple Ugly will combine with a welcome nip in the fall air to fill the parking lot with hungry catfish eaters that Saturday.

Proceeds enable RiverPark, Inc. to keep the park open, clean and safe for families and park patrons

Fish fry Tickets are available in Cooleemee at Davie Discount Drugs, Village Auto, Town Hall and the Zachary House. In Mocksville at the Chamber of Commerce and in Salisbury at the Gateway Center–204 Innes St..

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