Hanover Township Fall Food Truck Festival set for September 15
Hanover Township will host its annual Fall Food Truck Festival on Thursday, Sept. 15, at the township's William Tiknis Campus, 250 S. Route 59, Bartlett. From 5 to 8 p.m., attendees will have the opportunity to visit a variety of food trucks, enjoy live music and receive information on the township's programs and services.
"The fest brings our neighbors together with live music, food trucks and fun," said Brian P. McGuire, Hanover Township supervisor. "More importantly, the event provides an opportunity for residents to learn more about the services Hanover provides right in their own community."
Attendees will have the opportunity to talk with officials and staff about the township's programs for adults aged 55 and older, after-school programs for youth, property tax appeal assistance, veteran's programs, health screenings, food pantry programs and more.
Food vendors include: Duke's Blues-N-BBQ, Aunt Tina's Sound Bites, E.J. Pierogi, Billy Bricks Wood Fired Pizza, Churros and Chocolate, Perk N' Pickle, Ferdie's Cabin, My Cocina, Grumpy Gaucho, Kona Ice, and Mamalicious Jerk N' Curry Cuisine.
Classic rock cover band, Get Back Chicago, will perform live. A beverage tent will also offer a variety of beer and wine as well as soda and water.
Attendees are strongly encouraged to utilize the off-site parking options at the Village Church of Bartlett, 601 W. Bartlett Road, Bartlett and the Bartlett Metra Lot at Western and Oneida avenues, Bartlett. Free shuttles will provide transportation to and from the campus.
For information on the festival or programs at Hanover Township, call (630) 837-0301 or visit www.fallfoodtruckfest.com.