REMSEN – Food Trucks will return to Remsen on Thursday, June 17th, as part of a food and fun event before Father’s Day. Six food trucks will take part: Brake from the Grind, El Jefe’s Tacos and More, Savage Eats, Stathis Greek, Squeezers Lemonade and Frozen Rollies. All trucks accept cash or cards and menus and updates will be featured on Facebook Event.
Adirondack Mountain Sports, 9514 Route 12 North, and neighboring company NAPA will host an afternoon and evening of food and fun, organizers said, with the Blues Brothers of Central New York providing entertainment from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. on either business driveway or right on the street Turn to Alger and Barker Drive next to Express Auto and drive in from behind. If traveling south on Route 12 or from the village of Remsen, take Steuben Street to Alger and Barker Drive.
Food trucks are parked between the two companies.
In addition to the food trucks, author Bob Elinskas will be signing copies of his latest book, The Wild Side of Northern New York, which is his tenth book.
People can stop by Adirondack Mountain Sports to check out Honda generators, lawn mowers, and the locally made fishing products from Fall Brawl Baits and M3 Lures. Next door at NAPA there is the tool trolley with specials on tools, grease, LED lighting, politics, patriotism, back the blue hats and T-shirts and other items. Harley Davidson of Utica is also expected to be there.
Penguin Platoon members sell raffle tickets for a prize package, green fees at the Alder Creek Golf Course, a package for four at the Mohawk Valley Golf & Event Center, a fuel card, a Rocky’s on the Lake gift card, and season passes for Utica Blue Sox.
The drawing will take place at 6:45 p.m. Tickets are $ 5 each or three for $ 10. Those who cannot come to the event but want to purchase raffle tickets can call 315-831-3052 and leave a message.
The event is organized by Team Penguin Platoon and is a fundraiser for “Making Strides Against Breast Cancer”. Penguin train
welcomes everyone who wants to join the platoon and take part in the Strides Walk in Utica on October 24th.