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Get your taste buds ready for Gourmet Feastival

Join Java Ingram at one of the area’s tastiest food events on September 22.

SAINT PETERSBURG, Fla. — If you’re a foodie, you need to head to Gourmet Feastival. Dozens of the area’s best restaurants will be serving up tasty tidbits on September 22nd at Higgins Hall in Tampa. And what’s food without your favorite wine? Yes, there will be some fine beverages served as well.

Gourmet Feastival is a fundraiser for The Centre for Women. The Centre provides job training and other programs and support that enable women to become self-sufficient.

Gourmet Feastival also features live music and a great silent auction where you can really get some deals. Are you a Lightning fan? How about watching a game with all your friends in a suite? Pretty sweet.

Great Day Live’s Java Ingram is the host for Gourmet Feastival, so that pretty much guarantees a fun time.

For information and tickets (you’ll want to check out the VIP ones) go to TheCentre.org .

Tune into “Great Day Live” weekdays from 9 to 10 a.m. on WTSP-TV.

Host Java Ingram brings you the latest in what everyone’s talking about, from trending stories, lifestyle, and entertainment news, buzz-worthy, pop culture moments, and all things fun and exciting happening around Tampa Bay.

Whether it’s people making a difference, talented artists and musicians, delicious food, fun activities to do and make with the family, lovable animals, entertaining events, and big names coming to town, we’ve got you covered. We hope to bring you a wealth of information to live your best life and start your morning right!

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About Java: 

Java Ingram is a New Orleans native/Texan and is excited to call Florida home! Prior to joining the “Great Day Live” team, Java served as host of a lifestyle-entertainment show in Birmingham, Alabama. She also woke up dark and early, weekday mornings to help drivers make it to their destinations safely as a traffic anchor.

Java started her on-air broadcast career in the birthplace of Elvis Presley, Tupelo, Mississippi. In Tupelo, she served as morning news anchor, producer and reporter.

Javanté is an award-winning journalist, having been recognized by the Associated Press for Best Anchor, Best Reporter and Best Franchise Reporting, just to name a few.

When she's not working, Java is very passionate about giving back to the community, having served on the corporate boards for The Boys and Girls Club of North Mississippi, The Civic Ballet Company, The Doniphan Dance Project and the Leadership Council for the Boys and Girls Club of Central Alabama. She has volunteered also with a number of civic organizations.