Food Truck Festival to Benefit Local Food Bank

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The Grove Street Food Truck Festival is set for Wednesday March 31st from 4:00-8:00 pm! Multiple food trucks will wrap along NW 4th St & 10th Ave, with a portion of their proceeds to benefit Bread of the Mighty Food Bank.

Bread of the Mighty Food Bank, celebrating 32 years of serving the community, is a private non-profit organization.  The organization collects, sorts, stores and distributes donated food and basic essentials to 190+ non-profit agency partners such as food pantries, churches, homeless shelters and other organizations who then distribute food in their communities to directly feed the hungry.  

Bread of the Mighty has a five county service area including Alachua, Dixie, Gilchrist, Lafayette and Levy counties. 

The Grove Street Food Truck Festival will include music, performed by Tamayo, lots of activities, a donation drive, and of course, plenty of tasty Food Trucks!


– Tamayo Band

– Train Rides

– Raffles & Prizes

– Bubble Machine

– Sidewalk Chalk

– Critical Needs Donation Drive for Bread of the Mighty Food Bank


– Big Lee’s BBQ

– De Corah

– Wild Man Food

– Soul Spice

– Suki’s

– Roots and Greens

– Latin Food Blessing

– Popadop’s

– B’z Gelati

– Tropical Sno Hawaiin

– More Coming Soon! Message us for details, or to sign up!


– Mo’s Garage Salon (Sponsor)

– Bread of the Mighty Food Bank (Beneficiary)

– Cypress & Grove

– Goodbike +Raffle

– Downtown Tabby Pet Store

– Serpentine Plants + Provisions

– Hardback Cafe

– Wildflower Yoga

– Working Food

– Wildlife Drawings by Jim Wilson

– Samurai Skate Shop

– Signs By Tomorrow +Raffle

– Warrington’s

A donation is not required, but the organization asks that if participants are able to give, please bring a few items on their ‘Critical Needs’ list, including, but not limited to; Potatoes (Instant or Canned), Rice, Pasta, Macaroni & Cheese, Peanut Butter, Jelly, Granola, Breakfast Bars, Cereal, Oatmeal, Grits, Canned Vegetables, Canned Proteins (Tuna, Meat, Beans, Chili, Stew) Canned Fruits, Snack Crackers, Soup, Juice (Bottled or Canned), Shelf-Stable Milk, Coffee, Tea, Condiments, Paper Products, Toiletries, and Personal Hygiene Items. Together, we can make a big difference.

This event is free and open to the public, and is kid & pet-friendly too! For the health and safety of everyone, all necessary precautions according to the CDC. Please wear a mask and maintain a safe social distance while enjoying the festival.

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