The 4th of July is one of those big days for food. Family favorites on the table in the back yard, picnic baskets filled to the brim and a blanket to spread out at the prime viewing spot. With Everett’s July Fourth Festival happening at Legion Park you may want to save the picnic basket and get your family fed on with the dozen food trucks that will be lined up around the park.
The best way to get to the festival is to take the shuttle to and from Legion Park. The shuttle pickup is at Everett Community College in front of the Walt Price Fitness Center. It drops people off at the north end of Legion Memorial Park. When you’re ready to leave the festival, take the free shuttle back to your car at Everett Community College. Simple, huh? Shuttle service begins at 3 PM on July 4th and ends around 30 minutes after the fireworks are over. Stay tuned for a complete schedule.
So since you’re riding the shuttle you may not want to haul around a complete picnic basket with a bunch of food and drinks plus all the stull you’ll want to bring to keep the kids happy. That’s where a dozen local food trucks come in. With that many vendors there’s going to be something for everyone’s taste.
Here’s the list of food trucks scheduled to be at Legion Park on July 4th
1 Bliss Small Batch Creamery
2 Yummy Catch Food Truck
3 Yummy Box Food Truck
4 Delfino’s Chicago Style Pizza
5 Gip’s Downhome BBQ
6 Mariachi Birria
8 Wingz & Thingz
9 Pioneer Popcorn
11 Joe’s Concessions
12 Grandma Yummies
In addition to the dozen food trucks there’s going to be a beer garden with adult beverages for those age 21 and up. And you don’t have to spend the day filling up on soda and adult beverages. Be sure to bring water bottles. There will be a fountain to fill them with good ‘ol H2o so you can stay safe and hydrated.
Next Thursday we’ll recap all of the information for Everett’s July Fourth Festival so you’ll know what to expect to have a great time.
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