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White Marsh, Overlea, Perry Hall Food Trucks weekly schedule for 9/28–10/4 announced

NOTTINGHAM, MD—The weekly lineups for Perry Hall Food Trucks and White Marsh Volunteer Fire Company’s Food Truck Tuesday have been announced (NOTE: the Parkville Food Trucks events have wrapped up for the season).

Perry Hall Food Trucks

This week’s Perry Hall Food Trucks schedule is as follows:

The Perry Hall Food Trucks events are located at 9240 Seven Courts Drive in Nottingham/Perry Hall (21236).

White Marsh Volunteer Fire Company – Food Truck Tuesdays

“Join us every Tuesday at the station for fun, food, and community. Each Tuesday we will have a variety of food and dessert trucks to serve up delicious dinners. While you are enjoying a delicious meal, enjoy live music from a local artist. We will also be selling soda, beer, and wine.”

This week’s WMVFC lineup features:

  • Jimmy’s Famous Seafood
  • Taco Bar Food Truck
  • Smoke-N-Wheels BBQ, LLC.
  • Fili’s Food Truck
  • Justlike Home Food Truck
  • The Lyfe Café
  • Kona Ice
  • Music by RELICOUSTIC

New hours 4:00-8:00 p.m.

Chairs and blankets are welcome for outdoor entertainment as seating is limited. Masks and proper social distancing required.

White Marsh Volunteer Fire Company is located at 10331 Philadelphia Road in White Marsh (21162).

Overlea Community Association

This week’s Overlea Community Association food truck lineup is as follows:

Hosted by the Overlea Community Association, Overlea Farmers Market, and Overlea ArtsFest, this event is located at The Natural History Society of Maryland, 6908 Belair Road in Overlea (21206).


Food Truck Fridays every Friday in October and early November at St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church, located at 2504 Cub Hill Road in Carney (21234).  These events will be held 4:00-8:00 p.m. and will be BYOBlanket and chairs.

Food Truck Fridays will be held on:

  • 10/9
  • 10/16
  • 10/23
  • 10/30
  • 11/6
  • 11/13

Attendees are asked to bring unwanted shoes as they will be donated to the poor.

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