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National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame Food Truck Day 2012

1 Jul

The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame is having a Food Truck Day at the museum on July 9th! The Clay Wilson Band will be giving live musical performances while some of Fort Worth’s finest provide truckin’ treats. Independence Day may have ended but the outdoor summer celebrations don’t have to. Enjoy Fort Worth Food Trucks as the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame celebrates 10 years of existence honoring women of the past and present who helped shape the American West and exemplified courage, resilience and independence. Over 5,000 artifacts and 6,000 photographs can be found in the museum illustrating the diverse group of remarkable women with a variety of objects like saddles, boots, clothing, costumes and more.



Date: Monday, July 9th
Time: 11:00am – 3:00pm
Location: In front of the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame
Address: 1720 Gendy Street, Fort Worth, TX 76107

Participating Food Trucks: The Bacon Wagon, Fred’s Truck Wagon, Red Jett Sweets & Salsa Limon

Regular Hours for the Museum:
Tuesday – Saturday: 10am – 5pm
Sunday: 12pm – 5pm
Open Mondays from May 28 – September 3, 2012

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Food Truck Park Opening Dec 2nd in Fort Worth

25 Nov

The Grand Opening for the Fort Worth Food Park is December 2nd! Now all the local food trucks can come to one location and offer food truckies a wider menu in one consistent spot. The grand opening for Fort Worth Food Truck Park will benefit Rexanna’s Foundation for Fighting Lung Cancer and feature live music by the Gary Kyle Band. Join Good Karma Kitchen, YES! Taco, Nammi Truck, Lee’s Grilled Cheeses, Red Jett Sweets and Jake’s Hamburgers at the NEW Fort Worth Food Park from 6:00pm to 10:00pm on Friday, Dec. 2nd!

At first city code prevented the food trucks from staying in one spot for too long or hanging out at spots that are too close to established restaurants which made it challenging for truck owners to develop a loyal following. The food park developer has purchased this area of land north of West 7th right behind Target in Montgomery Plaza, and had it wired for the trucks with plumbing installed for customers.

Once the new Fort Worth Food Truck Park opens Red Jet Sweets will be one of the first to claim the spot. The goal of the Fort Worth Food Truck, as mentioned before, is to give trucks like Red Jet Sweets (who sells cupcakes) a stable place to park where patrons can experience several different mobile kitchens all in one spot. This will allow them to catch the tastebuds of customers who frequent one area.

If you have any additional inquiries about the new food truck park in Fort Worth e-mail FWFOODPARK@gmail.com.

Most food trucks can be followed on Facebook as well as Twitter!

On December 2nd support Rexanna’s Foundation for Fighting Lung Cancer, as well as the new Food Truck Park establishment at the Grand Opening this Friday!

The location for the new park is:
2509 Weisenberger St.
Fort Worth, Texas 76107

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