‘Rally In The Valley’ Food Truck Event Returns August 27

The annual “Rally in the Valley” food truck event will return to State College on Sunday, August 27, following two postponements due to inclement weather.

The event will kick off at noon and run until 3 p.m. between Beaver and Foster Avenues on the 200 block of South Allen Street.

All proceeds from the event will benefit Housing Transitions and Centre County homeless shelters.

Plenty of local food trucks will be on-site, including Bees Knees Coffee, Sinister Mini Donuts, Bonnie’s Blues Smokeys & Sweets, Brazilian Munchies, Crumbkowski, Idou Coffee, Real Taste 570, Rebelz Mobile Cuisine, Rosie’s Pierogies, Savory Station, and Sunset Slush.

Admission is free, and folks can expect live music, games, and prizes in addition to delicious food truck bites.

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