The truck stops here

| 03 Apr 2017 | 08:53

WARWICK — St. Stephen's Parish and the Village of Warwick will host the first Warwick Food Truck Festival, a celebration of the village’s Sesquicentennial.
The festival will include food, drinks and live music.
It will take place on Thursdays June 1, July 6 and Aug. 3, from 4:30 to 9 p.m. at Stanley Deming Park in the Village of Warwick.
Planning is underway with a variety of food trucks, local wineries, breweries and cideries and bands already being secured.
“The food is going to be great with a variety of cuisines coming to the park," said Tracy Gregoire, who is responsible for vendors at the festival. "Limited space is still available for vendors. Give us a call.
Tax deductible sponsorships, ranging from $100 to $3,000, also are available.
St. Stephen's, which is well-known for hosting the Taste of the Town for the past 12 years, is thrilled to present this new foodie event.
“Though food truck festivals are popular throughout the country, there are none in Orange County," said Mary Juliano, who is coordinating sponsors for the event. "We feel that hosting the festival in our beautiful village will draw locals, as well as folks from neighboring towns and counties."
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