Cookout with AOA in Washington Park

bilinskis logoUpdate: The list is full! We're working on opening up more space. We've expanded the list! And it's full again!

Undaunted by this summer's weather, AOA is having a cookout in Washington Park on August 13. Among the many reasons you should add this evening of fun and free food (yes, free) to your social calendar:

The sausage

The folks from Bilinski's will be there cooking up some special all-natural chicken sausages -- so special, they're not available in stores, yet. Bilinski's is looking to get some feedback on the new products. So here's a chance to actually influence what shows up in supermarkets.

The gelato

You can follow up that sausage with some gelato from Crisan. Yep. Free gelato.

The people

As we've found out from the other get-togethers, people in the AOA crowd are interesting, smart and a lot of fun. We'd love to see you there.

The cookout starts at 5:30 pm. We'll be in the grassy area just west of the monument in Washington Park. All you need to bring is yourself and maybe a blanket or something to sit on. We'll be providing drinks, plates, napkins and all that kind of stuff.

In order to make sure we'll have enough food, we do ask that you RSVP. The list only has 50 spots on it. If you're interested, it's best to sign up early.

Find It

AOA cookout
Washington Park
Albany, NY 12203

Comments

Good luck not getting kebab-ed by the Red Power Ranger.

I am SO THERE!! I may have to bring a friend :)

Sounds like it'll be a sausagefest.

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Yeah, sorry about that. Like I said, the rain really is gettin to me.

Aw, crap! I'd love to come again, but I gotta work that day!

Haha, when I think of this I picture of bunch of people sitting in the park with their phones out constantly posting on Twitter.

aw man, that what i get for not checking blogs for a day... all filled up :(

You guys always do fun, cool stuff when I can't go! And, usually, I can't go because of HOBY. :) I will be in Houston, enjoying Tex Mex and (hopefully) sunshine. Maybe I'll bring some back with me.

I hear that, lk

This ought to be a lot of fun. Looking forward to attending. Even if it means we're all going to be "test subjects" for Bilinski's new taste treats and such. :)

Sold out?! Blahhhhrg!

Guess I'll get back to dressing as the green ranger and saving thacher park.

I couldn't possibly let myself pass up an opportunity to chow down on free food.

Who's bringing the nametags this time??

I will, sadly, not be gracing you all with my vivacious and lovely presence. Work calls.

So glad you opened up more tickets!

My friend and I won't be eating though, so if food makes a difference in the count, you may want to open up two more.

Can't wait to see you guys!

I'm so bummed I can't make it! I'll be working that night. *very weepy sad face*

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