Food Trucks are coming to Princeton!
Friday, April 25, 6 – 9 PM
Prospect Avenue between Washington Road and Olden Street
On April 25, Princeton TruckFest will bring together Princeton University students and the local Princeton community to help support food security charities in Trenton and the wider New Jersey area. This charity event is being hosted by all eleven of the Princeton University Eating Clubs, in conjunction with the Pace Council for Civic Values.
Prospect Avenue will be closed from Washington Road to Olden Street from 6-9 PM while a food truck parked in front of each club serves its signature items. Participating food trucks include Stace of Cakes, Undrgrnd Donuts, Mausam Curry N Bites, Pudgys Street Food, Pura Vida, and more.
All proceeds from TruckFest will go to the Send Hunger Packing Initiative, a collaboration between the Mercer Street Friends Food Bank and the Trenton Area Soup Kitchen, which provides low-income children with nutritious meal packs for the weekends. All donations are payable via the Princeton Prospect Foundation, a 501(c)3 charitable organization.
TruckFest will also feature free music acts open to the public, including Caroline Reese and the Drifting Fifth.
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