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Various folks from Athens’ Hispanic and Latino community sell food on a regular basis to raise money for families in need due to deportations. This Saturday, you can come buy their wonderful goods at Little Kings from 6 p.m. until the food runs out. (You’ll be over there for the Hot Corner Festival anyway.) Offerings include tamales, enchiladas, flautas, tinga, aguas frescas and more. No set prices; just donate what you can.
The Branded Butcher is on a break from its usual Sunday-night dinner service until August and is running a fish fry on that day instead. Food runs from 3–8 p.m. and drinks are on special (eat at the bar). Plates are $8 and include sides.
On Father’s Day (that’s June 19, you ungrateful children), Heirloom Cafe turns 5 and is throwing a birthday block party to celebrate. From 6:30–8 p.m., you can expect live music, bar food, drink specials and Funfetti cake. Bring your dad.
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