2018-07-11 / News

Food Truck Fest rolls with good times, food in downtown Lapeer



Visitors to the Food Truck Fest on Monday in Lapeer had plenty to choose from as 13 food vendors were on hand. The last of the Food Truck events will be held Sept. 10. 
Photos by Jeff Hogan Visitors to the Food Truck Fest on Monday in Lapeer had plenty to choose from as 13 food vendors were on hand. The last of the Food Truck events will be held Sept. 10. Photos by Jeff Hogan

In line Monday evening for purchase of a cool lemonade drink were Joe and Susie Fusero of Metamora Township. In line Monday evening for purchase of a cool lemonade drink were Joe and Susie Fusero of Metamora Township.

The third of four Food Truck Fests brought 13 food vendor trucks and trailers to downtown Lapeer and offered a wide variety of food for visitors to enjoy. A large tent was set up to accommodate diners across Farmers Creek in Annrook Park, and to be closer to music under the pavilion performed by Untamed Beauty. Enjoying a helping of cheesy waffle fries was Jayden McPhearson, 11, of Lapeer. The third of four Food Truck Fests brought 13 food vendor trucks and trailers to downtown Lapeer and offered a wide variety of food for visitors to enjoy. A large tent was set up to accommodate diners across Farmers Creek in Annrook Park, and to be closer to music under the pavilion performed by Untamed Beauty. Enjoying a helping of cheesy waffle fries was Jayden McPhearson, 11, of Lapeer.

Checking out the selection from a vegan food truck were Jerry and Darlene Hudson of Lapeer Township. Checking out the selection from a vegan food truck were Jerry and Darlene Hudson of Lapeer Township.

Cousins Lucas Frisch of North Branch and Owen Rinker of Lapeer enjoyed their outing at the Food Truck Fest in downtown Lapeer. Cousins Lucas Frisch of North Branch and Owen Rinker of Lapeer enjoyed their outing at the Food Truck Fest in downtown Lapeer.

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