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Eat the Street, Franklin’s food truck-themed fundraiser, returns for its seventh run on May 4. Since 2012, area food trucks have gathered to serve hundreds of enthusiastic diners, and to support the 21st District Recovery Court.

The annual event takes place Friday, May 4 from 5 – 10 p.m. at Franklin Bicentennial Park, located at Hillsboro Rd. and 3rd Ave. North.The family and dog-friendly event will feature more than 30 food vendors and music by Franklin’s DJ Train. Attendees are encouraged to bring folding chairs or blankets for picnic style dining. As always, admission is free, though donations are appreciated and will be accepted at the Recovery Court’s welcome tables.

Participating Food Trucks include:
(more may be added) 

Banh Mi & Roll Factory
313Coney

Banjo’s
BaoDown
Blue Monkey Shaved Ice
Bob’s Fish Fry
Bradley’s Creamery
Bruster’s Real Ice Cream
Califarmia
CJ’ s Tacos
Cousins Maine Lobster
Dan’s Gourmet
Doxie’s Pizza
Et Voila Bistro & Bakery 
Ellie’s Old Fashioned Doughnuts
Florinda’s
Fitzwilly’s
Frisson Soft Serve
Funk Seoul Brother
Hoss Loaded Burgers
Itty Bitty Donuts
Jays Chicago
Little Cancun on the Go
Maggie Moo’s Ice Cream
Mojo Cookie Dough
Music City Brisket
Muay Thai Tacos
Puckett’s Trolley
Retro Sno
Smokin’ Buttz
Sunshine Oasis
The Love Bus
The Grilled Cheeserie
 Yayo’s OMG

The money raised through sponsorships and vendor fees enable the nonprofit to continue to provide program participants with the services, treatment, and supervision they need to successfully manage their recovery. Since its first graduating class in 2004, more than 154 participants have graduated from the two-year program, demonstrating their commitment to be free from addiction and live healthful lifestyles.800-978-6238.

“We encourage everyone to come out to enjoy a great night at the park with the best food trucks in the area, while also learning about the Recovery Court’s mission of fighting addiction in our community,” said Jeff Moseley, 21st District Recovery Court board president and 2018 Eat the Street event chair. “As our primary fundraiser, we rely on the funds to help support this intensive program as we help break the cycle of addiction.”

For more information follow Eat the Street on Facebook .

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