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Boyne City Food Truck Rally Thursday July 19

In celebration of all things local, the Boyne City Farmers Market is hosting the 5th Annual Food Truck Rally fundraiser at Veterans Park on Thursday, July 19, from 6-9 p.m.

“This is the ultimate foodie event—food trucks, local brews and live music,” said organizer Becky Harris.

Market vendors participating are; Beijo deChocolat and Pea & Compagnie Crepes. The event will also feature local food trucks, including: Happy’s Taco Shop, Pigs Eatin’ Ribs, Burnt Offerings, Wingin’It, Smokin’ Joe’s, Cheese & Company, Dukes Dogs, Waffle Cabin and more.

Local breweries and wineries participating are Petoskey Brewing, Shorts Brewery, Beards, Pond Hill, Seasons of The North, Walloon Lake Winery, Maple Moon Sugarbush & Winery, Charlevoix Moon Artisan Wine, Northwoods Soda and more.

The evening will also feature live music by The Hacky Turtles.

The cost is $10 per person which includes two beverage tickets.

Proceeds will be used to help fund a winter market facility for the Farmers Market.

The Boyne City Farmers Market features over 70 vendors during the peak season and has earned a reputation as the finest market in Northwest Michigan.

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