The 3rd Annual Food Truck Festival
Boyertown, PA – Come to the Boyertown Museum of Historic Vehicles and experience our 3rd annual food truck fair on Saturday, June 17 from 12pm – 4pm. The Truck Stops Here—Mobile Madness promises to be an exciting and unique event in Boyertown. Popular food trucks that will be here for your dining pleasure will be: Wyomissing’s own Gourmand, Mom-Mom’s Polish Food Cart and Mister Softee (operating out of a 1977 Ford with body by Boyertown Auto Body Works). Also participating will be Sly Fox Brewery featuring a variety of their craft beers on tap. We are also happy to welcome some new food trucks to this year’s event: Capt’n Chuckys, Wow Wagon and Philadelphia Vendy Award Finalists Milk + Sugar and Philly Fry.
There will be a variety of entertainment throughout the day. Mimzy the Clown will provide face painting, balloon twisting and glitter and henna tattoos. A Photo Booth will provide pictures on the spot. DJ Code Freeze will also be on hand all day to enhance the block party atmosphere of this event. Live blacksmithing will be going on in the 1872 Jeremiah Sweinhart Carriage Factory from 10am-2pm.
Admission to The Truck Stops Here—Mobile Madness is $5.00 per person. Children ages 6 and under are free. Since this event will take place in the Boyertown Museum’s parking lot, parking for visitors will be available at the BB&T lots, Morrell Funeral Home and St. John’s Lutheran Church.
The Truck Stops Here—Mobile Madness would not be possible without the generous support of our sponsors: Adam’s Royal Car Wash, Gateway Ticketing Systems, CD’s Place, Eagle Pool & Spa, Everything Printing, Forever Home Animal Rescue, Fred Beans of Boyertown, Parks Chiropractic, Passmore Service Center, Patt Veterinary Hospital, Rita’s of Boyertown, Spirited Stones Holistics, Thrivent Financial, Antique Truck Club of America and Thrive Acupuncture.
The Boyertown Museum of Historic Vehicles displays over ninety vehicles of all types—from horse drawn carriages and wagons to motorcycles and cars and trucks—all built in Pennsylvania. Housed in a former factory building of the Boyertown Auto Body Works, maker of commercial truck bodies, the Museum also features the 1938 Reading Diner and a 1921 Sun Oil Gas Station.
Also popular is the 1872 Carriage Factory, which features regular blacksmithing demonstrations. Group guided tours are available and eligible for a group rate. The Museum is open seven days a week from 9:30 am – 4:00 pm. For more information call 610-367-2090 or visit www.boyertownmuseum.org.
Boyertown Museum of Historic Vehicles
85 South Walnut Street
Boyertown, PA 19512